Other things to do in British Columbia. Take the road less traveled. All sorts of activities, attractions, adventures and things to see.
Go on an Adventure.
Skytrek Adventure Park
7060 Trans Canada Highway
Experience adventure among the treetops at the Skytrek Adventure Park located at the Enchanted Forest. Challlenge the High Ropes Course, Kids Tree Adventure, Jungle Gym and the NEW Adventure Tower with a Climbing Wall, Log & Net Climb, Sky Swing and Sky Drop.
A rainforest, complete with native plant signage, is the setting for 350 handcrafted and painted fairy folk figurines set up in whimsical displays throughout the beautiful old-growth forests of the Monashee Mountains.
Crazy Creek Resort offers families accommodation and camping while enjoying hot pools, waterfalls/suspension bridge, boardwalks and many activities along Trans Canada Hwy. Hot Pools open year round.Book Meeting Room for family reunions/receptions.
Nestled in the Monashee Mountains,19 km west of Revelstoke. 180 rooms with patios overlooking beautiful gardens and lake. Restaurant, indoor pool, gift shop. Next door, visit the Heritage Ghost Town, Railway Roundhouse & Antique Auto Museum.
We are Columbia Valley’s premiere zipline tour company. Our 7 zipline / 1.5 hour interpretive tour will have you zig-zagging across the Dry Gulch Valley. Our professional guides will be assisting you along the way, teaching you how to use our state of the art equipment. Book your tour now through our online reservation system.
Mellah Leuca Day Spa is a luxury full service day spa located downtown Merritt BC, offering a wide variety of wellness and beauty services in a clean, relaxing and friendly environment. We use high quality products and maintain the highest standards of disinfection for our tools and stations.
Michelle is very awesome. My back and neck have been killing me for awhile now. I will be going back for more apppintments thats for sure. She made me feel very relaxed. I would recommend her to anyone.
Hundreds of International Country Music Artists performed at the annual Merritt Mountain Music Festival. Those stars have left their mark permanently by placing handprints (or, in one case, footprints) and signatures in concrete stars. The stars became the basis for the Merritt Walk of Stars. Today,