The Okanagan Valley is a natural trove that has been long since combed and explored, with nooks and crannies all over just waiting to be visited by the common tourist and resident alike.

Hiking the woods of British Columbia is easy and amazing when you can walk out your front door into the thick of it.

Kirschner Mountain rests close to a myriad of forests and hilly valleys all awaiting the hiker with a penchant for adventure.

Postill, Kettle Valley, Myra Canyon and many other mountainous terrains await your bicycle, atv or boots and the environments are pristine.

Even after the massive Okanagan Mountain Fire, the Kettle Valley trails have been rebuilt, and re-honored with new trestles, plaques and endearments, shrines and the constant tender care that the Okanagan Valley's residents love to provide, ensuring the retention of our treasured trails.

Camping in the natural wilds is always an option, but if you want something a bit more modern, there's always one of the many campgrounds around the Okanagan Valley, and local to Kelowna!

Your family can spend a weekend by the lake, roasting snacks over an open flame, and when you're finished roughing it, home's less than an hour away.

Kelowna, and the Okanagan Valley are a natural lovers paradise, and living here is awesome!

Remember: Local wild life can be dangerous, so please be trained and equipped when exploring the British Columbia mountains and valleys.