Archive of posts tagged "okanagan"

Osoyoos Oyster Festival and More This Summer

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Contributor Jen Murtagh provides a recap of the Osoyoos Oyster Festival and previews a hot summer lineup of events and festivals in Osoyoos so you can start your trip planning now!

A Celebration of Okanagan Cheese

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Guest contributor Steffani Cameron wines and dines her way through Oliver and Osoyoos, with a theme of tasting, sampling, and savouring Okanagan cheese and the goodness that accompanies it.

Meet Baldy Mountain, the Little Okanagan Resort with Big Terrain

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Guest post from SnowSeekers: Meet Baldy Mountain, the Little Okanagan Resort with Big Terrain. Baldy is located just a 50-minute drive outside the Oliver/Osoyoos area in the South Okanagan.

First Chair Festival at Baldy Mountain Resort

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Kick off the ski season in style with Baldy Mountain Resort ’s First Chair Festival happening Friday, December 8 to Sunday, December 10, 2017 in the Okanagan. Read more on about Baldy via SnowSeekers and Ski Baldy, Stay Osoyoos.

A Full Okanagan Valley Experience with Dax Justin

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A Full Okanagan Valley Experience with Dax Justin – visit wineries, restaurants, and get a bird’s eye view of this gorgeous part of British Columbia in the latest ZenSeekers post