The Crowsnest Highway is a route that's as essential as it is beautiful. It's a main route between Alberta and British Columbia, right through the southern portion of Canadian Rockies. Starting from Hope, BC you can reach Wine Country within 3 hours.
E.C. Manning Park
Start your trip along the Crowsnest Hwy by making a stop at one of the most beautiful provincial parks. Go to our Manning Park page for more info.
Princeton ATV Tours
Take a scenic guided ATV tour through the beautiful Similkameen Valley. They offer 2.5 hour tour for $179 & weekend camping is also available. Visit princetonatvtours.com to book your next trip
A quaint village that's like going back in time to the Old West. Hedley was a gold mining town from 1850 to the 1960s and even today, there are still gold claims along the creek and the Similkameen River. Explore the Hedley Museum & The Snaza’ist Discovery Centre to take a step back into the prospecting and First Nations History.
Keremeos is an agricultural community framed by the Similkameen River, mountains, endless orchards, vineyards and farms. It’s known far and wide as the Fruit Stand Capital of Canada. Keremeos is also the gateway to the Ashnola recreation area and Cathedral Provincial Park. It’s here you’ll find mountain vistas that will take your breath away. Ragged peaks of the North Cascades and Okanagan Mountain Ranges, indigo coloured lakes, and alpine meadows are your reward for a climb well done.
There are several great wineries in Cawston (Seven Stone Winery even has a cave!) and a cidery. They create award winning beverages that will have you wondering why didn’t discover them sooner.