November 5, 2018
“You don’t need to know a lot about beer to feel welcome at a brewery. You can just sit down and have a beer. It’s such a Canadian thing to do.” Those are the wise words from Maeghan Summers, operations manager and partner of The Noble Pig, Kamloops’ first microbrewery which opened more than eight years ago.
October 29, 2018
As the fall weather turns cooler, you can still eat local in Kamloops. On November 7, the Kamloops Farmers' Market launches its weekly Wednesday indoor market at St. Andrews on the Square. Find squash, carrots, beets, and more through December 19. “It’s a good place for visitors to take in the local community and shop for preserves, jams, and crafts,” says market manager Greg Unger.
September 14, 2018
Experience the Salute to the Sockeye Festival Sep 28-Oct 21, the largest inland Sockeye Salmon run in Western Canada. This Indigenous festival is 45 minutes east of Kamloops at the Tsustwecw Provincial Park and celebrates the importance of wild, Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia.
September 13, 2018
Due to the warm, desert-like climate, the golf courses in Kamloops tend to thrive in the Fall conditions once the heat subsides. Endless colours, well-kept fairways and firm greens are standard for Autumn in Kamloops. Before you call it quits for 2018, have a look at some reasons to keep you on the course for the next few months.
August 30, 2018
There really is no place quite like it in British Columbia. A mountain bike mecca of sage-covered hills, pine forest, hoodoos, and perfect dirt. While the summer heat begins to vanish, fall is still one of the best times to explore the trails. Read on to discover some of the top places to ride this fall.
August 22, 2018
Limited rainfall in Kamloops results in an elongated golf season, providing players with an opportunity to tee it up well into the fall months. From mid-August to the end of October, golfers can enjoy pristine conditions as the leaves fall.