Thompson-Okanagan GuideThe Thompson-Okanagan is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada. It encompasses wineries and fun-in-the-sun Okanagan Valley, summer boating adventures on Shuswap Lake in the east and the pretty Thompson River valley to the north. HotelsFind hotels in Apex Mountain, including Above The Clouds by Apex Accommodations, Kowal Ski Cabin by Apex Accommodations, Loor-U-Inn by Apex Accommodations, Silverbullet Inn, Creekview Court, Apex Whitetail Chalet and Strayhorse Inn Town Homes by Apex Accommodations. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Thompson-Okanagan including Nickel Plate Provincial Park, The Hitching Post Restaurant, HEDLEY TRADING POST, Greyhound Courier Express, Doug's Homestead, Snaza'ist Discovery Centre and Stemwinder Provincial Park.
Popular in Thompson-OkanaganPentictonPenticton is a beautiful spot in the south Okanagan nestled between two lakes: The 155km long Okanagan Lake to the north, and the smaller Skaha Lake to the south. OsoyoosOsoyoos, a town in the southern Okanagan valley of British Columbia, Canada. The Osoyoos region's semi-arid climate produces very hot, dry days, and may have Canada's hottest weather a few times each year. Sun PeaksSun Peaks is a municipality and ski resort near Kamloops in British Columbia, Canada.
In Thompson-OkanaganOkanaganThe Okanagan is a region of British Columbia, in Canada. It borders the Shuswap region to the north, West Kootenays region to the east, Similkameen region to the west, and the American border to the south. Thompson-NicolaThompson-Nicola is a region in the central interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is a sparsly populated area that follows the Thompson River to its headwaters near Wells Gray Park in the north and includes the Nicola River valley to the south. SimilkameenThe Similkameen is in British Columbia Canada. ShuswapThe Shuswap is in British Columbia Canada. The Shuswap is defined by the four-armed lake of the same name.