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.
Through the eyes of kids, Kamloops has countless epic adventures, natural playgrounds, and ideal family picnic spots. While hiking with kids can sometimes be challenging, exploring together as a family will store in their memory bank for a long time. Here are 5 family-friendly hikes, perfect for kids 3-7 years old, to check off the ol list.
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.
Kamloops' semi-arid desert creates ideal terrain for spring hiking. Discover a trail network that encompasses golden grasslands, fragrant sagebrush, and chiseled hoodoos. Local hikers, Wayne and Johanna, share their love of hiking through their personal Instagram accounts to showcase Kamloops' diverse trails.
1290 West Trans Canada Highway
Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada V2C 6R3
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