1. The Weather
It’s impossible to talk about The Okanagan without talking about the weather. The average high in July and August is 28°C / 82°F
2. The Produce
The Okanagan has a long history in agriculture and it’s easy to eat great food and get to know your local farmers when you call this home. Whether you’re headed to the Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market, stopping by a fruit stand or popping into the local grocery store, there are amazing food options around every
3. The Wine
Boasting nearly 82 per cent of the total vineyard acreage in the province, the Okanagan Valley is BC’s premier grape growing region. An ever-changing panorama, the valley stretches over 250 kilometers, across distinct sub-regions, each with different soil and climate conditions suited to a growing range of varietals.
At the writing of this book there were 172 Licensed Wineries!
4. The Outdoors
From biking, hiking, boating, water skiing, stand up paddle boarding, kitesurfing, snowshoeing, skiing and snowboarding, the Okanagan Valley has it all! Kelowna alone offers nearly 300 km of on-street cycling lanes and another 40 kilometres of separated, paved multi-use paths. This is an outdoor person’s paradise! No matter where you live there is sure to be a park nearby!
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