The Powerhouse at Stave Falls is open for the 2019 season We’re open from March 1 to October 14. Please check our website for details on our seasonal hours of operation.
Uncorked Okanagan Wine Tours gives you more tastings, more time and most importantly, MORE FUN! We are the fastest growing wine tour company in the Okanagan with 3,500 tours annually. This means we have the expertise to provide the most exceptional and memorable experiences for our guests. No one says it better than our customers! 90% of our reviews are rated 5/5 stars, so check them out and start ‘Uncorking the Fun!’. We offer many wine tours throughout the scenic Central and South Okanagan, visiting more than 50 award-winning wineries, in the comfort of our luxury 11-15 passenger Mercedes Sprinters, or our comfy 21-passenger bus. Our experienced guides will entertain you with stories of Okanagan history, fine wines and legendary sea monsters. We strive to provide exceptional service to make your wine tour an affordable luxury that makes for an unforgettable experience! We believe in the old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words so throughout the day your guide will take picture and create memories to last a lifetime. We understand the amount of work that can go into putting a wine tour together and we are here to help. We appreciate your work and will do what it takes to make it all worthwhile. Want to know what makes Uncorked different from the rest? Give us a call to hear our secrets! Lets make memories!
***IMPORTANT NOTICE*** Kettle River Recreation Area and Campground will be fully operational and open as usual on May 6th. The Campground and Day-Use Area was minimally affected by the Rock Creek Fire. Facilities: 113 campsites, 1 large group site, public beach and day-use area, playground, shower, flush toilets, sani-station. Location: 5 km north of Rock Creek on Highway 33. Kettle River Recreation Area is one of the largest and most popular destination family campgrounds in the Okanagan – Boundary Region. Located minutes from amenities in Rock Creek, it is only 45 minutes from Osoyoos and 90 minutes from Kelowna. Campers will want to bring their bikes and floaties! This park offers fantastic biking/hiking opportunities and access to the historic Trans Canada Trail network. A bike pump track was recently added and is a hit with kids of all ages. In the summer months, campers walk their tubes and floaties to the Kettle River that flows alongside the campground, while others enjoy basking on the sandy beaches and swimming in the river. The iconic Kettle River Trestle at the day-use serves as a beautiful backdrop for park users and is a great photo opportunity! Reservations are strongly recommended during peak season, however last-minute campers may be able to find a spot in July and August. Spring and Fall campers enjoy large, sun-filled sites in a peaceful, pristine setting. Firewood and ice are available for sale at the Host Site. Open from the first weekend in May through the last weekend in September.
Summer Accommodations Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing resort is a summer retreat, beautifully situated on the shores of Eleanor Lake. It is a convenient overnight option, a peaceful weekend getaway or the perfect place to host your family retreat or function. Guests stay in one of 22 handcrafted log chalets that are nestled throughout the lush gardens and landscape of the resort. All Chalets come equipped with free WiFi, satellite TV, while our private and luxury chalets feature stone fireplace, kitchen, jacuzzi tub or steam shower.
Nitobe Memorial Garden is a Japanese tea and stroll garden ranked consistently in the top 5 Japanese Gardens in North America. A place of reflection, where each step reveals a new harmony.
Since 1998 Big Canyon Rafting has been making memories happen, rafting down the rivers of the Cariboo-Chilcotin. We run single day trips and mulit-day expeditions with something for everyone from family float trips to thumping whitewater! We are always getting feedback from our customers about the beautiful scenery, professional guides, amazing rivers, and delicious meals on our trips. We run on a number of different rivers, with trips departing from Quesnel, Williams Lake and Likely, BC.
健行, 木屋酒店, 度假村及荒野小屋
A unique fly-in lodge bordering Tweedsmuir Park in BC’s last true wilderness. Cosy lakefront cabins with shower and toilet, wood stoves; some with fireplaces. Canoeing, good destination for a canoe trip or fishing on Eutsuk and Tetachuck lakes. Hiking, photography and lots more. Various all-inclusive multi-day packages available, full service lodge. No road access only fly in or boat in.
Visit the Chris Harris Gallery and experience the vast Cariboo Chilcotin Plateau through the photographic lens of one who loves and respects the land deeply, holds it sacred, and has explored it extensively. Experience BCs most spectacular region through books, prints, and slideshows to original music, in the home and gallery of one of Canadas foremost wilderness photographers. We will welcome visitors outside our business hours by appointment or by chance.
108 Mile Ranch
As one of the few true desert golf courses in Canada, Bighorn is set among natural sage, rolling hills, bent grass fairways, gently contoured greens, and sweeping views of the Thompson Valley. The par 71, 6714 yard golf course meanders in and around residential neighborhoods and community amenities. Up to five tee boxes in strategic locations, fairways carved through natural canyons, views of the Thompson river valleys and the back drop of majestic Mounts Peter and Paul provide the ideal setting for golfers of all skill levels to enjoy their game. Just 5 minutes from downtown Kamloops.
Facilities: 14 campsites, day-use area, public beach, rustic picnic cabin, water hand pump. Location: 26 km west of Castelgar on Highway 3. An easily-accessible, roadside park with a sub-alpine lake, Nancy Greene Provincial Park is a welcoming and convenient site for day-users and campers. The park is a popular overnight stop for RVer’s and also provides day-use for local residents wishing to escape the summer heat of the valley. It’s picturesque lake makes it a great spot to enjoy fishing, picnicking, walking, swimming, and nordic skiing in the winter. Grizzly Bear sightings are common in Spring and early Summer. Open from May 15 through the last weekend in September.
AquaTerre Spa located at Pacific Shores Resort & Spa in beautiful Nanoose Bay, BC ~ Vancouver Islands secluded Spa getaway offering luxurious treatments using naturally the best nature has to offer. Enjoy a truly serene day with a relaxing spa package ~ Share a glass of wine with friends in the firelit pedicure lounge ~ Soak by candlelight in our hand carved granite tub, perfect for romantic getaways.
Enjoy paddling with otters and seals while eagles soar overhead. SUP (stand up paddleboarding) is a great way to experience the beauty of southern Vancouver Island. SUP is easy to learn and suitable for people of all ages. Participants are able to quickly progress and develop the skills necessary to improve fitness or simply enjoy the experience. SUP is a great full body workout. Sign up for a lesson, tour, event or rental and get out on the water!
Often voted by Whistler locals as the most extreme activity in Whistler, Whistler Bungee provides an exhilarating, adrenaline filled rush that no other activity can compare to. Whistler Bungee gives thrill seekers an unforgettable experience by jumping 160ft (50 meters) over the glacial fed Cheakamus River. In one of the most unique settings for bungee jumping, surrounded by basalt column cliffs and old growth forest, combined with the breathtaking peak of Black Tusk in the background, you will see why Whistler Bungee is regarded as one of the most scenic bungee jumping sites in the world.
Sea kayaks, stand up paddle boards and canoe rentals. Kayak lessons and guided tours available for all levels of kayaking and outdoor adventurists. Half day to 10 day expeditions. Operating on the Sunshine Coast since 1998.
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