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.

Expect a warm welcome in Kamloops’ arts and culture scene, where venues are working hard to break down barriers to enjoying live performances, films, and galleries. There’s an inclusive space for everyone whether you’re looking for wheel-chair accessible exhibitions, scent-free spaces, or adapted theatre performances designed for people with lighting and noise sensitivities.
Hungry for adventure? Thirsty for knowledge of new cuisine? Good news - you don’t have to go far to get a bite of the exotic here in Kamloops! Try a tempting taste of the world at these four establishments where you can eat your way around the globe without travelling outside of the city.

Après Ski Spots In Kamloops

December 10, 2021

Skiing and snowboarding can work up a thirsty appetite. Wrap up warm at one of Kamloops’ cozy breweries and restaurants for an après-ski sip or a comforting plate of hearty food to refuel after a day playing in the snow.
Wrap up and head outdoors to discover fun for the family on a winter adventure in Kamloops. Get active with soft adventure activities that will help keep you warm this winter, as you bond over a snowshoe hike, pond skating, or an evening of star gazing together. But don't forget to turn your out of office on... the kids will thank you.
Fall flavours make the most of late season fruit and the last drops of sunshine, combined with heartier and heavier notes that create cozy seasonal sips. Explore wide-open spaces in Kamloops outdoors then head inside to these five breweries for a warm welcome and a cold beer.
Curious about critters? You don’t have to travel far to see spectacular wildlife here! Situated just 15-minutes outside Kamloops, the BC Wildlife Park is home to nearly 200 animals and 65 species of wildlife. Visit the park to meet some of the new creatures that have recently been rescued or adopted from around the country.