Sponsored New Year…new you? Rock your resolutions and try something different this January when you experience new winter activities, tasty food, quirky drinks, and adrenaline-filled events here in Kamloops. Whether you’re looking to spice up your healthy eating, or get active outdoors, there are plenty of places to try something new and exciting for 2023.
Sponsored Winter is a magical time in Kamloops and the season brings opportunities to ski on the nearby slopes, take in spectacular shows, and enjoy world-class tournaments like the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women’s curling championship, which will be played February 17-26 at the Sandman Centre in downtown.
Get your blood pumping on an energizing Nordic ski loop in the ‘Loops. Head just outside the city to Overlander Ski Club at Stake Lake to hit cross-country trails that will give you twice (or thrice) the views as you go loopy for these circular(ish) routes that trek through forests and across canyons, and glide you alongside frozen lakes.
Sponsored Stuck for holiday gift ideas? Shop local this festive season to find one-of-a-kind presents from fun toys to unique handmade gifts, and even experiences and events you can enjoy with your loved ones.
This holiday season, rethink your shopping habits and who you support. Local, women-owned businesses not only form the backbone of our communities, but they offer endless options for nabbing that perfect present.
Bundle up and discover fun for the whole family this year. No matter your age, playing in the snow brings out the inner child in us all. A winter adventure in Kamloops will have you bonding over a snowshoe hike, pond skating, or an evening of star gazing together.
“There’s an amazing amount of stuff that goes on behind the scenes at a ski hill,” says Norm Daburger. His family has owned and operated Harper Mountain since 1973, which he now runs with his wife, Lisa. “We wear a lot of hats,” he says, and he doesn’t mean just toques. “We maintain a small staff, so we do a lot of things ourselves.”
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