Live the Dream

There’s something magical about Kelowna in the winter. The air is crisp and pure, and on a clear day, you can see the surrounding snow-dusted mountains reflected on Okanagan Lake’s glassy surface. 

Live the Dream

There’s something magical about Kelowna in the winter. The air is crisp and pure, and on a clear day, you can see the surrounding snow-dusted mountains reflected on Okanagan Lake’s glassy surface. 

Life in Kelowna

There’s something magical about Kelowna in the winter. The air is crisp and pure, and on a clear day, you can see the surrounding snow-dusted mountains reflected on Okanagan Lake’s glassy surface. The city has a reputation as a summer destination, but locals know that Kelowna’s mild enjoyable winter climate shines, too.

Winter in Kelowna

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Spring in Kelowna

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Beautiful Snowshoeing

For guaranteed snowshoeing head to one of three nearby areas with dedicated snowshoe trails. Telemark Nordic Club has 60 km of trails that vary in length and ability; the club also rents snowshoes. Bring your own gear to the Kelowna Nordic Ski and Snowshoe Club, where 24 trails marked with orange tape indicate paths for snowshoers.

Hiking Trails

Hiking is a year-round reality in Kelowna thanks to mild winter temperatures in the valley and iconic trails that take in lake views. At higher elevations, rent a pair of snowshoes to navigate paths that stay covered in snow from November to April. Here are a few places to put one foot in front of the other.

Local Hiking Trails

Myra Canyon Trestles
Bear Creek
Knox Mountain

Nordic Skiing

Nothing is more rejuvenating than clipping into your cross-country skis and gliding through the forest to your heart’s content. Kelowna is lucky enough to be close to two renowned cross-country ski clubs with over 250 kilometres of trails to explore.

Local Hiking Trails

Myra Canyon Trestles
Bear Creek
Knox Mountain

Champagne Powder

Hiking is a year-round reality in Kelowna thanks to mild winter temperatures in the valley and iconic trails that take in lake views. At higher elevations, rent a pair of snowshoes to navigate paths that stay covered in snow from November to April. Here are a few places to put one foot in front of the other.

Local Hiking Trails

Myra Canyon Trestles
Bear Creek
Knox Mountain

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We joke all the time that we feel like we’re living in a resort. I’ll be picking up the mail thinking, wow, this is a gem that no one has discovered in our age group.

- Mark and Melanie

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