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Spectacular Vineyard Views From Summerhill Pyramid Winery

10 Things to Do to Make the Most of a Kelowna Winter

The best way I know of to get through a Canadian winter, and have fun at the same time, is to plan loads of activities and short getaways. From Alberta and British Columbia, one of the easy options is a trip to Kelowna - the largest city in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.  In the summer Kelowna is a very popular recreational area with loads of sandy beaches and opportunities for boating, swimming, SUP & wind…

A Section Of The Kettle Valley Railway

5 Awesome Hikes With a View Near Penticton

For the best views in the Okanagan Valley, take a hike. At town level, it can sometimes be difficult to fully appreciate the size and beauty of the sparkling lakes, rugged hills and endless vineyards of this area. Here are five great hikes in and around Penticton that showcase the best of the Okanagan Valley. Giant's Head, Summerland One of the most distinctive landmarks around Okanagan Lake is Giant’s Head, an extinct 845 m volcano…

Biking The KVR Through A Tunnel

5 of the Best Bike Rides in the South Okanagan

Did you know that some of the best bike rides in Canada are in the South Okanagan area of British Columbia? May is an especially great time to visit as the weather is sunny and warm, the regions numerous wineries are open and the crowds have yet to materialize. There are also a couple of standout events like the Giant's Head Grind that will appeal to both bikers and hikers. I would suggest these 5…

Chute Lake Resort On The Kettle Valley Railway

Where to Stay if you Bike the Kettle Valley Railway

One year I had planned to bike the Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) from Brookmere to Midway, a distance of 331 km (199 miles). I spent quite a bit of time working on the logistics of the trip especially the accommodation as my husband and I were trying to avoid camping. The thought of lugging a tent, sleeping bag and cooking utensils on the Kettle Valley Railway wasn't what I had in my mind though it's…

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