On the border of Washington State, surrounded by the softly rolling hills of the country’s only living desert, Osoyoos lays claim to having the warmest freshwater lake in Canada.
Situated on the unceded lands of the Syiix Nation, there is a strong Indigenous presence in this border town. The Osoyoos Indian Band owns the Nk’Mip Cultural Centre and Winery, a must experience authentic Indigenous attraction.
A vibrant beach town, with a great art gallery and abundance of award-winning wineries, Osoyoos devotes itself to preserving the endangered desert ecology. Walking paths, hiking and biking trails abound with many routing through the Golden Mile and local orchards. This is u-pick country, and there is a lot of adventures to choose from.
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