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Get off the path, step away from your desk and see what happens when you connect with nature.  Kelowna is one of the best, most beautiful landscapes in which to discover oneself.

flying high with Valhalla helicopters

Valhalla Helicopters offers a variety of unique, often jaw-dropping experiences many describe as bucket list adventures. From any one of their luxury helicopters, they offer a feeling of weightlessness, with over-the-top adventure. Complete with each flight is a rush of adrenaline in any one of...

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From the VAlley to Vegas

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20 things to do

in Revelstoke this Winter

We live in one of the most beautiful, adventurous places on Earth. Here are 20 ways to soak it all in....

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breathe in, chill out

It has been said to find one’s self you need not search any further than the outdoors. Nature is one of the greatest remedies to stress, boredom and simply, the monotony of life. In fact, people from all over the world choose to vacation right here in order to immerse themselves in nature, forget about the daily grind.

It has been said to find one’s self you need not search any further than the outdoors. Nature is one of the greatest remedies to stress, boredom and simply, the monotony of life. ...

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Taking Life out onto the Terrace

Located next to Fintry Provincial Park might be the best 360-degree panoramic view of the Okanagan. Approximately 30 minutes from downtown, the Terrace Mountain Trail, is a picturesque hike up to one of the tallest peaks around. ...

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calling all captains and cooks!

The lake beckons!

Originally from Toronto, Maegan Young moved out to Vancouver six years ago. Last summer while kayaking in False Creek, she noticed what appeared to be a bright orange saucer-like boat. Immediately intrigued, she had to know more. Several sightings and days on the water later,...

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