Most people know that British Columbia is a great place to hike, ski and go whale watching. But there are plenty of other, sometimes surprising, things to do in BC, Canada
An all-inclusive evening celebration of wine, food, local artisans and musicians at Penticton Trade and Convention Centre – it’s an event you don’t want to miss if you love Okanagan Valley wine!
Hiking the Myra Canyon trestles is a must do experience while in the Kelowna area! Read more about our autumn hiking experience on the Kettle Valley Rail Trail plus everything you need to know to do the same
British Columbia’s beautiful southern Okanagan Valley has a lot to offer residents and visitors all year round – here are just 73 of the best things to do!
The Heather Trail in Manning Park offers a near-perfect backpacking experience with stunning views, interesting terrain and great camping facilities. If you’ve only got time to do one summer hike in BC, this should be a contender!
The Rim Trail is one of British Columbia’s best one-day hikes. Stunning vistas, interesting rock formations, azure lakes, moderate difficulty hiking and the potential to see mountain goats….what more could you want?
All the top things to do in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, as shared by a Penticton local with accommodation guide and map included
Valhalla. Majestic and mysterious all at once, the name of this park alone inspires wonder. Exploring Valhalla Provincial Park is something of a magical experience too, as we found out on this summer hiking and paddling adventure.
Floating the Penticton Channel is a summer must do in British Columbia, Canada. The slow, shallow river is the perfect place to relax, listen to music, drink, chat and sunbathe – it is BC’s largest summer party!
The Naramata Bench is home to the highest concentration of wineries in BC – over 35 wineries in one twenty kilometer stretch Here’s all of the details of our budget walking wine tour of the Naramata Bench, visiting as many as 11 wineries