More than 90-kilometres of groomed and backcountry snowmobiling trails combined with our legendary dry Okanagan powder makes the Hunters Range one of BC’s finest snowmobiling destinations in winter and an exceptional hiking destination in summer. Explore backcountry bowls and alpine meadows and, depending on the season, plenty of snow or wildflower fields. The Hunters Range Snowmobile Association is your best place to start for up-to-the-moment conditions on groomed and backcountry trails.
“Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan.” Deep in the heart of the Thompson-Okanagan Region, in the vacationer’s paradise called the Shuswap, Enderby marks the spot where the the Shuswap Highlands meets the Okanagan Basin, creating a lush mountain landscape, ripe for adventure. See the Enderby Official Visitor site for more information.
Enderby Cliffs are the protected area where the Shuswap Highlands meet the Okanagan Basin, and where some of our area’s most breathtaking views can be found. Looming like sentinels above the valley, this 50-million year old lava field was carved by time and glaciers into a stunning rock formation, more than your average hill, yet not quite a mountain; becoming one of the most popular and challenging hikes to be found in the Shuswap.
As the largest city located on stunning Okanagan Lake, Kelowna is a recreational lakeside paradise with miles of beautiful parkland and several sandy beaches that provide wonderful opportunities for swimming, boating, waterskiing, windsurfing and fishing. Even Kelowna’s mainstreet ends at a beach! …read more
Vernon offers more than 100 lakes within a one-hour drive, world-class golf, mountain and wellness resorts, great beaches and trails, outstanding mountain biking, spectacular farmers’ markets three days a week, and family-friendly attractions and festivals. …read more
Nestled between the peaceful shores of Shuswap Lake and beautiful surrounding mountains and hills, the city of Salmon Arm is located in a lush valley, offering an incredible diversity of economic and tourism-related amenities. Conveniently situated on the Trans Canada Highway (Highway 1), Salmon Arm has long been a popular year-round vacation destination for cultural, seasonal and outdoor enthusiasts. …read more