Come for the adventure, stay for the apres. Here's how to spend 48 hours in Kamloops.
Check into hotel of choice.
Indulge in a Beer & Cheddar Fondue or Swiss Fondue for dinner at the Commodore Grand Café & Lounge. Finish it off with a Turtle Chocolate Fondue for dessert. Be sure to call ahead - they are a hot item!
Stay to dance the night away with music from a live DJ or catch a live band at the Blue Grotto.
Pic: BC Ale Trail
Before a day of outdoor adventure, fuel up with a hearty breakfast at local's favourite Hello Toast for their famous eggs benedict or a grab 'n go breakfast wrap and latte from Caffe Motivo.
Fall riding is in prime conditions. Climb through ponderosa pine forests in Pineview Valley, as you descend down flowy singletrack. Top trails include Smelly Richard, Whiskey Traverse and Beer Run.
Take a hike in Kenna Cartwright Park, home to 40km of trails that lead to various panoramic viewpoints of Kamloops. It's the largest municipal park in BC and the perfect spot for an afternoon stroll to catch a sunset as you head into the evening - the Sunset Trail is perfect for this.
Venture on an apres craft brew tour on BC Ale Trail's newest trail. Stop in at Kamloops' 3 microbreweries and sip their fun fall flavours paired perfectly with unique eats.
Iron Road Brewing - East India Porter
Noble Pig Brewhouse - Time After Time (Hefeweizen)
Red Collar Brewing - Squash Gourdon
Wake up with a fresh cup of coffee and home-cooked breakfast at Passeks Café. Take in the views of Mt Peter and Paul from Riverside Park, as you walk along the Rivers Trail.
Heading east of Kamloops, stop at the Kamloops Bike Ranch to pedal up the X-Country Climb then ride down sagebrush singletrack complete with an abundance of berms. Top trails include Three Amigos and Rattlesnake.
Just 15 minutes east of the Bike Ranch is Monte Creek Ranch Winery. Home to a working ranch, stunning views of the South Thompson River and award winning wines. Sip on wines like Haskap Berry, Pinot Noir and Sparkling Wine in the new Thompson Valley.