Tag - Myra Canyon

How Sonya Looney Rides Crawford Trails

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 4:00 PM by Sonya Looney

Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park has one of the largest networks of singletrack trails in the Kelowna area, the trail network is known as Crawford Trails, named after the nearby waterfall and quaint neighbourhood the park borders. Along the way to the trailhead, you’ll see horses and farm stables nestled in the hills, orchards, and wineries.

Be it a selfie captured with your new cell phone or a more sophisticated image thoughtfully crafted on a digital SLR, recording a visit to Kelowna means you’ve got to make the most of your photo opportunities. Good lighting makes a difference (the golden hour is extra special on Okanagan Lake), so does attention to detail. But nothing is as important as having the right subject. Here are a few locations to help you really deliver the magic while exploring everything Kelowna has to offer—from the mountainside to the lakeside.

5 Reasons to Visit Kelowna During Winter

Monday, February 6, 2017 11:00 AM by Meghan Reading

Kelowna is a well renowned summer destination, but the cooler months also beam with seasonal activities that satisfy the outdoor adventurer, culinary enthusiast, and explorer in all of us.

Here are 5 reasons you should visit Kelowna in the winter.

#exploreKelowna on Horseback | Nic Collar

Wednesday, August 3, 2016 3:18 PM by Nic Collar


The rugged mountain terrain of Kelowna and area is beautiful to explore on horseback. You can feel the sun on your back, wind in your hair, and take in the incredible valley, sky, and lake views at a slower pace.