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Welcome to Osoyoos, Canada's only desert! With its warmest annual temperature, lowest annual precipitation, and warmest fresh lake water in Canada, this town boasts unique features that make it a must-visit destination in the Okanagan Valley.

Nestled in the southernmost part of the region, Osoyoos offers stunning rugged hills, sprawling vineyards and orchards, and a beautiful lake for swimming and water sports. The town's arid climate and unique landscape make it a great place to explore the great outdoors, with hiking and biking trails, golf courses, and water activities on Osoyoos Lake.

But Osoyoos is not just about nature; it also offers a thriving food and wine scene, with numerous wineries and restaurants serving up the region's best produce and wines. From the award-winning Nk'Mip Cellars to the eclectic Kismet Estate Winery, Osoyoos has something for every palate.

And when it comes to accommodations, Osoyoos has it all, from luxurious resorts and spas to cozy bed and breakfasts and family-friendly hotels. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Osoyoos is the perfect destination for your next Okanagan adventure.


Why Osoyoos?

Osoyoos Lake

Osoyoos Lake is a must-visit destination for water enthusiasts. With crystal-clear waters that extend across the US border, the lake provides endless opportunities for fun in the sun. From kayaking and paddle boarding to boating, wakeboarding, and tubing, Osoyoos Lake has it all. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and warm weather while taking part in their favorite water activities.

Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, Osoyoos Lake offers a range of options for all skill levels. You can rent equipment on-site or bring your own to explore the lake at your own pace. Take a leisurely paddle or test your skills with thrilling water sports, the choice is yours.

With so much to offer, it's no wonder that Osoyoos Lake is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Make sure to add this stunning lake to your itinerary when visiting the Okanagan Valley.


Osoyoos is home to some of the best golf courses in the Okanagan Valley. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round or two at courses such as Sonora Dunes, Nk’Mip, or the classic Osoyoos Golf Club. These three courses offer a variety of challenges and spectacular views, making them the perfect destination for a day out on the greens.

Whether you are a seasoned golfer or a beginner, you'll find the perfect course to fit your needs. Sonora Dunes is known for its stunning desert landscape, while Nk’Mip offers a more challenging layout. Meanwhile, the Osoyoos Golf Club provides golfers with the opportunity to enjoy a classic course that has been a local favorite for years.

No matter which course you choose, you're guaranteed a great time on the greens. So, grab your clubs and get ready to experience some of the best golf in the Okanagan at Osoyoos.


Osoyoos is home to some of the best wineries in the Okanagan Valley, offering a unique micro-climate that produces high-quality grapes for winemaking. Culmina Family Estate Winery, Hester Creek, Inniskillin Estate, Nk’Mip Cellars, and Moon Curser Wines are just a few of the many wineries that you must visit to experience the energetic wine scene in the region.

The micro-climate in Osoyoos helps to broaden the style and quality of grape growing in Western Canada, making it one of the best wine regions in the Okanagan. The wineries here produce a wide range of wines that are known for their exceptional quality and taste, and offer a unique experience to visitors.

Whether you're a wine connoisseur or just looking to try some new wines, the wineries in Osoyoos are sure to delight your taste buds. So, don't miss the opportunity to indulge in some of the best wines that the Okanagan Valley has to offer.

Baldy Mountain

Baldy Mountain, located to the north of Osoyoos, is a hidden gem for winter enthusiasts in the Okanagan region. While Big White Mountain in Kelowna and Apex Mountain in OK Falls and Penticton may be more well-known, Baldy Mountain is a favorite among locals. The resort offers skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and other winter activities. With its high elevation, Baldy Mountain boasts some of the best powder conditions in the area.

Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, Baldy Mountain has something to offer for everyone. The resort features over 500 acres of skiable terrain, with 35 runs and 4 lifts. The mountain's natural features, such as glades, chutes, and steeps, provide a thrilling experience for advanced skiers and snowboarders. Beginners can take advantage of the mountain's learning area and group lessons.

In addition to winter sports, Baldy Mountain also offers hiking, mountain biking, and other outdoor activities during the warmer months. With its stunning views and diverse terrain, Baldy Mountain is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking an adventure in the great outdoors.

Horseback Riding

Discover the Okanagan on horseback! If you're looking for a unique adventure, try exploring the area's stunning landscapes by horseback. Two great places to check out are Indian Grove Riding Stables and Sun Hills Riding Centre.

At Indian Grove Riding Stables, you can explore the beauty of Osoyoos' desert surroundings with experienced guides leading the way. From scenic trail rides to day trips, there's something for everyone. The stables offer rides for beginners as well as experienced riders.

Sun Hills Riding Centre is another great option for horseback riding in the Okanagan. They offer a variety of rides for different skill levels, from gentle walks to more challenging trail rides. The centre also offers lessons, horse training, and boarding services.

Experience the Okanagan like never before on a horseback ride through its beautiful terrain. Whether you're a seasoned rider or a beginner, these stables offer something for everyone. Don't miss out on this unique adventure!


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