Ice fishing is a fantastic way to get outside this winter. Being prepared and ensuring you have the right equipment is key before stepping out on the hard water. To make sure you have a great experience, here are a few tips to help you get started:
  Kamloops is long renowned as a mountain bike destination and with its distinct four-seasons, biking happens year-round. When the city is blanketed in snow, grab your fat bike and hit the trails. Choose from groomed tracks at Isobel Lake or snowy trails at Kenna Cartwright Park.
Nordic skiing is the perfect change-of-pace activity for those wanting to reconnect with nature this winter. Enjoy uncrowded trails while cross-country skiing in the Kamloops area at these three hot spots, perfect for all skill levels.

Indoor Family Adventure

December 17, 2019

Take the fun indoors for family adventures in Kamloops. Keep young minds and bodies active at one of these family-friendly spots where kids (big and small) can learn, play, and let off steam.

7 Holiday Coffee Sips

December 12, 2019

Crisp cold weather, twinkling lights, and festive spirit are all here in Kamloops, so that must mean the holidays are coming. Cozy up in a local cafe and sip on a seasonal coffee; from holiday-inspired items to wintry favourites that have a little extra spice to warm you up on a chilly day.
  The North and South Thompson Rivers meet in Kamloops, where the city takes its name from the Secwe̓pemc word "Tk'emlúps", meaning "where the rivers meet". The Secwe̓pemc, also known as Shuswap, people have a long history in the Kamloops area.