Columbia's Thompson Nicola
begins at Sicamous in the east and follows the course of the Thompson
and Nicola Rivers. This diverse area includes the Shuswap Lake region
with over 1,100 km of navigable waterways and impressive beaches.
The Thompson and Nicola Valleys include rolling hills with grasslands
where ranches prosper. There are several national
and provincial parks to explore in the region which offer a fisherman's
paradise, with hundreds of lakes
and streams to explore, and world famous Kamloops trout to catch.
is abundant, hiking ample and scenery stunning.
District of Mackenzie Tourism: Fabulous -- great place to visit -- nice people -- peaceful & scenic -- that's what visitors say about Mackenzie. Discover natural, unspoiled wilderness with opportunities for summer & winter outdoo... more
Three Bars Ranch: Located in the Rocky Mountains between Banff Park and Glacier Park, our special part of the world offers an abundance of nature, clean fast moving water, green fields and breathtaking mountain vistas.... more
Ecosummer Expeditions: Have a whale of a time at Orca Camp! Sea kayak with Orcas and Humpback whales along BC's Johnstone Strait. Join an intimate group of travelers, paddling out on three, four, or six-day kayaking adventu... more
Williams Lake Stampede Association: During the July 1st weekend take in the world famous Williams Lake Stampede -- it's exciting Canadian Professional Rodeo Association action with Bull Riding, Steer Wrestling, Bareback Riding, the Pony... more
Steep Island Lodge: We are the perfect starting point to set off on a days sports fishing, enjoy the streams on Vancouver Island and the mainland, go sightseeing or eco-touring, golf , kayak, and dive -- all with friendl... more