Summerland, BC is a place where orchards meet vineyards in a profusion of colour. Where you can play 9 holes of golf in the morning and picnic at the volcanic peak of Giant’s Head Mountain in the afternoon. Where you can explore the past on a historic steam train, sample award-winning wines or laze about on sun-drenched beaches. With bed and breakfasts offering breathtaking views of Okanagan Lake, a charming downtown and restaurants founded on a farm to table philosophy, Summerland, British Columbia offers every traveller an experience to call their own. Filled with history and culture, stunning wilderness trails for hiking and biking, boutiques and even a beautiful section of the Trans Canada Trail, the iconic Summerland landscape is the perfect backdrop for an authentic Okanagan experience. Come visit us. We can’t wait to show you what Summerland has to offer.
Penticton isn’t just a destination. It’s an experience. It’s uncovering something new around every corner. It’s unwittingly walking into one of 70 plus award-winning wineries, then another, then maybe another. It’s stunning lakes, world-class trails, and living the foodie life, farm-to-table. It’s beautiful bike rides, alluring beaches, and a rich, charming culture. It’s skiing – both behind a boat and down a slope. It’s some of the best winter activities this Province has to offer. It’s doing it all or doing nothing. It’s something for everyone, it’s here, and it’s waiting to be discovered
The journey to Naramata begins with sinuous curves in the road, warm sunshine, and a growing sense of well-being as you leave behind city life and delve into the heart of wine country. You leisurely make your way along the Naramata Bench, meander through vineyards and orchards, past wineries and charming bed and breakfasts, all the while bathed in sun and overlooking shimmering Okanagan Lake.
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No matter what the time of year, there is always plenty of fun things to do in Penticton & Wine Country. Indoor rock climbing, craft beer or winery tours, hiking or biking are available pretty much year-round and when the snow starts to fall you can head up to Apex Mountain for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, skating, snowshoeing and more.
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