They call it the “most wonderful time of the year” for a reason. The snow, the food, the get-togethers with family and friends, the food, holiday parties, the food, and of course all the bells and whistles and lights that come with the it!
With three ways to get from Vancouver to the Rockies (or vice versa) through our region, don’t miss out on the scenic and exciting, though longer, route through the Similkameen, Okanagan and Kamloops.
Located on the unceded Syilx Nation’s territory and maintained by the Osoyoos Indian Band, Spotted Lake, called Ktlil’x” in the Okanagan language, is a sacred site to the indigenous nation.
The LGBT community is constantly looking for the new, now, and next in life, pop culture, music, film, art, television, experiences, and events. If you are one of those queens longing for the next hottest thing before it even becomes mainstream, then you can start with the best gay ski weekend.
Field and Forest take a road trip along Route 97 from Kelowna to Kamloops visiting forward-thinking and sustainable buisnesses working to minimize their impact and protect the landscape of BC - and the beautiful vistas along the way.
Stunning views and slim crowds are just two reasons to make winter travel in the Thompson Okanagan a priority this season.