Jordan Fraser is the Digital Marketing Specialist at Tourism Kamloops and runs the local hiking blog Hike Kamloops. When she’s not out exploring the trails, Jordan can be found paddling nearby lakes or enjoying the local food scene.
Puzzled on what to do as we stay local this holiday season? Complete online jigsaw puzzles of Kamloops' landscape and winter experiences to have you dreaming of your future visit. Challenge friends and family from afar to see who can finish the puzzles the fastest.
While many aspects of the holidays are different this year, some long standing traditions live on, such as home decorating and gift giving. As you plan to treat those you are thankful for, consider shopping local this year.
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.
Spend crisp fall days enjoying Kamloops' colourful trails as they turn the golden hues of autumn. The best time to enjoy these trails is during the month of October. Here are 5 accessible trails ideal for the whole family - strollers included.
Now is not the time to travel and we must all do our part to stay home to flatten the curve. While you can't travel to Kamloops today, we've highlighted seven digital experiences for you to enjoy at home. We hope you find inspiration for future travel and when it's safe to do so, Kamloops will be ready to welcome you.
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.