Author: Amy Watkins

Amy Watkins, a British-born travel and food writer. She can be found exploring Stanley Park, hiking in the rainforest with her bulldog, Rick James; tackling waves and tacos in Tofino; or eating her way around the province on a food-focused road trip.

Four Spots To Fuel Up For Fall

September 15, 2020

Autumn is arriving and bringing a cozier time of year to Kamloops. Get outside and explore the great outdoors before heading indoors to fuel up for fall at a local restaurant with hearty menu items from handcrafted burgers to spiced squash dishes.
Inspired names, secret sourdough, and meaningful murals are just some of the fun facts hiding behind the scenes in these five local craft breweries. Say cheers to reopened tasting rooms and discover five facts about these Kamloops breweries.
Kamloops is home to one of BC’s newest wine regions and one of the northernmost vinifera growing areas. With four wineries covering six vineyards and 120 acres under vine, the growing industry is winning provincial, national and international awards that recognize the quality of the “Thompson Valley” wine designation.

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.
Say cheers to the changing colours of autumn and head to Kamloops at harvest time to work up a thirst by hiking, biking, climbing or paddling among the fall foliage. Cooler nights follow the warm days, so cozy up at a local brewery, dig into your dinner, and try one of these seasonal craft brews.