Baldy Mountain Resort in Canada, a hidden gem among mountains, is awaiting your discovery. Powder rests seasonally upon Baldy Resort, which ranks in the top ten of highest elevation ski resorts in Canada. Ski or snowboard, take a ride through the perfectly spaced glades or on our groomed runs, a walk through the woods on snowshoes, ski our cross-country trails, or toboggan with the kids. After it is all done, enjoy some great food and entertainment in the Baldy Resort Bar. As one of the best mountains for family-friendly skiing and snowboarding in Okanagan, BC, there is something for every fan of mountain culture at Baldy Mountain Resort.
BeadTrails Experience is a fun, affordable way to collect beautiful pieces of meaningful jewelry. Follow the BeadTrails Quail and discover Okanagan and BC wineries, restaurants, boutiques, art studios and other fantastic places in the region! Each business has its own unique signature bead for you to find and collect.
Welcome to our 4th generation 650 acre organic farm, vineyard, and winery. Our organically-grown wine portfolio includes Roussanne/Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon, Rosé, as well as our proprietary red blends, The Bluff, MDC and the iconic, Amicitia.
Relax on our licensed patio and enjoy a glass wine with a charcuterie and cheese board featuring small bites from the farm.
The Osoyoos Desert Centre is a 67 acre nature interpretive facility where visitors can learn about desert ecology, habitat restoration and conservation of endangered ecosystems in the South Okanagan. Guests are invited to explore Canada’s desert by taking a guided or self-guided tour along a 1.5 km elevated wooden boardwalk. In addition, the Centre features an interpretive facility with hands-on exhibits and a native plant demonstration garden. Visitors can also browse through our Gift Shop, enjoy a snack in the outdoor picnic area, or relax at one of the kiosks and take in the spectacular views.
Fairview Mountain has established a reputation for distinctively spectacular golf. A previous winner of the prestigious BCPGA Golf Facility of the Year award, Fairview Mountain has garnished many industry accolades including being recognized as a member of the Top 100 Golf Courses in Canada by Score Magazine and is consistently rated a Four Star "Must Play" Golf Facility by Golf Digest.
Kayak, Bike, Hike, Rappel, Rock Climb or Snowshoe with us in the Okanagan! There's an adventure for everyone! The team at Hoodoo Adventures aim to provide quality outdoor adventures and team events that truly highlight the best the Okanagan has to offer.
Because our wineries, farms, and restaurants are so close together, chefs can pick products at just the right moment to create tasty works of art, paired with the perfect Okanagan wine - all in the same day. Take a farm tour then experience how local chefs turn fresh, local products into delicious meals at their restaurants.
Home to 9 acres of lush perennial gardens, pathways and ponds. Whether you plan on entertaining friends or business associates, the beauty of our Gardens and scenic panorama of our valley will astound them. If you are looking for an exceptional location for a reception, please call and discuss what our inspired location has to offer. Frog City Café @ Linden Gardens is the ideal location to host any event be it a birthday party, office party, anniversary, or conference. Guided Tours Available. Open - May 1 to September 30.
McKinney Nordic Ski Club is located 10 km from Mt. Baldy on the McKinney Rd (or 27 km from Oliver). There are 14 km of cross-country trails, with a variety of levels of difficulty. The trails are groomed and trackset regularly by our volunteer groomer operators with a Bombardier Snow Cat. There is an outhouse on site, but no lodge. Dogs are not allowed on the ski trails. Trail maps are posted at all junctions.
Every Thursday night in July and August the Oliver Community Arts Council brings you Music In The Park. These admission by donation concerts are in the Oliver Bandshell behind the Oliver Community Centre. Come down between 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm with lawn chairs or blankets and find your perfect spot for listening to talented, local artists.
Experience a part of the historical Kettle Valley Railway route built between 1912-1914. This well-established, interactive trail is over 18 trestles and through 2 tunnels, offers spectacular views of Myra Canyon and Okanagan Lake. The track is located at an elevation of over 1,200 meters. It is relatively level and the full circuit of 24km can be cycled in under four hours.
The Okanagan Gleaners developed a mission of “Feeding the Hungry of the World in Jesus name. A dedicated group of individuals gather together in Oliver BC, Monday to Saturday, to process raw vegetables into a dry soup mix which is then made available to Christian organizations to help feed the hungry of the world. Food from Okanagan Gleaners has been distributed in: Greenland, North Korea, Bosnia, Mexico, Mongolia, Ecuador, Ukraine, Philippines, Ghana, Romania, Albania, Uganda, Colombia and many parts of Russia, including northern Siberia. We have also given a large quantity of fresh produce to local soup kitchens, food banks and street ministries.
We invite you to take part in your history, the history of your community, its ancestors and its happenings of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. The Oliver and District Heritage Society operates both the Museum and Archive facilities in the Town of Oliver. Step back in time by entering the Fairview Jail (currently under revision), one of the few remaining intact buildings from our gold mining past! Downtown Heritage Walking Tours are also available in brochure form year round or by via a tour guide from June to August. For tour details contact the Museum.
Fabric arts, fine arts, plastic arts, and performance arts: Oliver has them all! The Oliver Community Arts Council (OCAC) has been a hub of artistic activity in Oliver, British Columbia since 1970. The OCAC is a non-profit society and registered its charitable status in September 2006. It is an umbrella group currently representing eighteen member groups, fifteen businesses and about 80 individual and family members, including both art-related and arts-supporting members.
Oliver Parks and Recreation Society offers a broad spectrum of activities vital to the community's character, spirit and culture. Program Brochures are available online as well as the P&R Community Centre Office, and Oliver Visitor Centre.
Join the many members who enjoy tea or coffee while socializing in a friendly relaxed atmosphere, or come into our lounge where you will find hundreds of books to read, television to watch, or send an email from one of our computers to your family or friends back home. Have a “tour” of the facilities and we are sure you will find some activities you would like to be involved in.
Tucked into the southernmost corner of British Columbia’s beautiful Okanagan Valley is an extraordinary habitat popularly referred to as Canada’s pocket desert. This dry, shrub-grassland is one of Canada’s most fragile and endangered ecosystems. You are invited to experience the beauty and diversity of this unique desert environment at the Osoyoos Desert Centre, a 67-acre nature interpretive facility located 3 km north of Osoyoos. Enjoy a guided or self-guided tour along the Centre’s 1.5 km boardwalk, explore hands-on displays in the interpretive building, and stroll through the native plant demonstration garden.
We have 4000 square feet of family fun with multiple computer-controlled trains running simultaneously on over two kilometers of HO Scale track (about 1 1/4 of a mile)! Come visit the biggest little miniatureland European Railway in Canada! Open Monday to Saturday 10AM to 5PM Year-Round.
We love exploring this unique piece of heaven we call home, and we love to cycle. That in a nutshell is the story behind South Okanagan E-Bike Safaris. We warmly welcome you to share the adventure with us. We have invested in the very latest German-made Cube E-bikes so discovering the deserts, lakes, mountains, vineyards and orchards of the South Okanagan will be as effortless as you wish, and lots of fun.
Call Ahead...if we are home, we are open! Our Golden Retrievers, Remi and Keko will greet you at the gate and we look forward to sharing our knowledge with you and invite you to stay for a visit and shop around in our little farm store to see all that is made from the alpaca fibre.
Multiple tours available from wine and regional expert Amber Way. Also, there are customized tours available upon request. And, in addition to local wineries, all tours have the option to visit a distillery, cider house or brewery if interested.