The park encompasses over 800 hectares of slope on
Mount Dufferin. The highlights include a wide assortment of recreation trails (40 kilometres) and some fantastic views overlooking Kamloops and the Thompson Rivers.
The 1.3 km long trail leading to Gibraltar Rock is all uphill and considered semi-challenging. The trail starts uphill slowly and then continues uphill all the way to the viewpoint. It is a slow gradual climb to the peak with some
The Waterfront Marine Peace Park is located on the shores of Shuswap Lake on the waterfront of Salmon Arm, BC, Canada. The park was dedicated to international peace and understanding. It may be the most visited destination by visitors and locals in the community.
The 4.4 kilometre one-way, easy-going walking trail provides great views of the bay and the many birding opportunities in the region. No trip to Salmon Arm should be without a visit to the waterfront and its long wooden pier and birding sanctuary walking trails exploring Nature Bay.
Sicamous Creek Falls Trail is located near Swansea Point on Mara Lake south of Sicamous, British Columbia, Canada. The 400 metre easy grade loop trail follows a set of stairs down an embankment to the base of the waterfall.
Sicamous Riverfront Nature Park is located next to Shuswap Lake in the community of Sicamous, British Columbia, Canada. The easy grade walking and hiking trails meander through a forest following the shores of Eagle River.
Mara Lake measures just under 20 square kilometres. The lake is connected by the Sicamous Narrows to Shuswap Lake. Both lakes provide a vast waterway playground for houseboating, boating, kayaking, water skiing, paddle boarding (sup) and fishing.
Shuswap Lake is the main waterway destination located in the Thompson-Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada for recreation and activity during the sunshine months. The main communities on the lake are Salmon Arm and Sicamous.
The Malakwa Suspension Bridge spans over the Eagle River in the community of Malakwa, British Columbia, Canada. The 1915 bridge was originally built by the local farmers to connect to the community and their fields.
The Last Spike historic site is the feature attraction located at a major rest stop located on the Trans Canada Highway, east of Sicamous BC and west of Revelstoke, BC. Marking the historic event is a large stone monument accompanied by a rail car.
The Heritage Place / Legacy Park walking path leads to such exhibits as a pioneer cabin, a settler building, a log cabin, a railway station and a pit house. The first European pioneers to settle in the Ashcroft area were J.C. Barnes and F.W. Brink in around the year of 1858. Prior to that...
The 5100 hectare Tunkwa Provincial Park consists of 3 campgrounds, an extensive trail system and two main lakes - Tunkwa and Leighton Lakes. The park is a summer destination for all who enjoy fishing, hiking, boating, canoeing, atving, motor biking, birdwatching, mountain biking and horseback riding
The lake is a very popular destination for many who like lake activities. On the shores of the small lake is a wilderness forestry campground with a day use area, pit toilets and a roof top boat launch. The lake attracts people to the park for the fishing, camping, swimming, picnicking.
Fishing, canoeing, boating, camping, horseback riding, birdwatching, motor biking, hiking, atving, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are some of the activities most enjoyed in the area.