This winter, you'll probably be looking for ways to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors with your household. Winter in Kamloops offers ample activities for locals to take in the fresh air and wide-open spaces that surround our area. Frolic in the snow, tantalize your taste buds with local flavours, and refresh your spirits with the top 10 things to do this winter in Kamloops.
If you can’t be here in person – we can at least make it look like you are. Upload one of these ten Kamloops photo backgrounds for your next virtual business meeting or video call with friends and family.
We can't wait to welcome you back to Kamloops for exploration with your friends and family as soon as it's safe to do so. Let us bring our winter landscapes and adventure to you virtually. Here are 7 online jigsaw puzzles to get you thinking about your next trip to Kamloops.
November brings a slower pace for adventuring and Kamloops is well set up to enjoy it with plenty of wide-open spaces. Bring your mask, hand sanitizer, and up to 5 friends or family members for a weekend of exploration. Here are some things to do with your ‘safe six’ in 48-hours.
Matt Macintosh, Curator at the Kamloops Museum and Archives (KMA), grew up in and around Toronto and has a background and primary training as a visual artist. Over the years, he’s worked on a number of projects exploring how we give (and withhold) cultural significance to objects. This led him naturally into roles curating art that connected to history; and then onto curating history specifically.
Kamloops is home to unique, geographical landscapes including sagebrush, grasslands, and hoodoos. Hike to see hoodoos formed by volcanic rock or go for a scenic drive to view silt bluffs from a glacial lake. Here are 3 spots where you can see the ancient formations around Kamloops.