Nourish your body as well as your soul on a visit to the Columbia Valley at some of the valley’s most popular eateries.
If you need help shaking off your city stress why not try one of the Valley’s many spas? There is never an off-season for indulging in ‘me’ time or reconnecting with your girlfriends or special someone.
It’s easy to get frustrated when things don’t go as planned but in the Columbia Valley we leave head banging to bighorn sheep.
Playing in the Columbia Valley lets you feel the rhythm of the seasons and October is the perfect month to reflect on the best parts of your life.
Summer may be over but there are plenty of warm days remaining in the Columbia Valley and activities to ramp up the fun factor.
It’s easy to overindulge while dining and drinking in the summer sun but you can upgrade your nutritional intake with help from Columbia Valley farmers and ranchers.
Summers in Canada are short but can be very, very sweet if you make the most of your time near the water in the Columbia Valley. Although the valley is known for beautiful mountain views it’s also blessed with great beaches. The biggest beach is found at James Chabot Provincial Park on the north end […]
Valley views are always wonderful but June offers some of the valley’s best smells. Our olfactory gland is linked to emotions so a single whiff can transport you back to a childhood memory or help you relax. With blossoms popping up on hillsides and in flower boxes visiting the valley’s floral attractions and indulging in […]
If thoughts of extinguishing your cabin fever have you kicking up your heels, come to the Columbia Valley. The lake is ice-free, hummingbirds are back, and sweet smells of the short but glorious Canadian spring hang in the air. Valley businesses are ready to help you reconnect with warm outdoor fun. The world-class golf courses […]
As winter finally relinquishes its frozen grip you may find yourself slipping outdoors to shake off the lethargy of long nights and stale air like a gopher poking out of its burrow. In the Columbia Valley the landscape sheds its snowy suit as sunshine bakes south-facing slopes. Sprinkled across the melting waters of the wetlands […]
The last full moon before the spring equinox is called the worm moon. Although it might be hard to believe with snow on the ground, earthworms are beginning to move. As the last moon of winter rises over the Columbia Valley sap is rising up tree trunks and great horned owls
Just as the Columbia Valley’s outdoor pursuits are fervently enjoyed year round, its arts and culture scene can be celebrated with equal gusto. Fortunately, visitors never have to choose between spending their time exploring sports or the arts. It really is possible to experience