In Kelowna, you can golf, ski, hike, bike, and wine tour all in the same day. Or, if that sounds like too much fun for one day, spread your adventures out over multiple days.
Spring comes early, making it easy to explore the area with your family, friends, or partner. Head up to Big White Ski Resort to enjoy Okanagan Champagne powder, golf at one of the area's 19 golf courses, hike or bike at nearby mountains such as Knox Mountain, or hunt for waterfalls at Mill Creek, Bear Creek or Fintry Parks. With over 40 wineries and 5 wine trails to explore it might be hard to choose where to start. Lucky for you there are many wine tour companies that have set tours to showcase the wide variety of options in Kelowna.
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Spring is the perfect time to golf in Kelowna. The weather is not too cold and not too hot, which is ideal for mid-day golfing.View More
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Kelowna is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded tm̓xʷúlaʔxʷ (land) of the syilx/Okanagan people who have resided here since time immemorial