The largest urban centre in the region, Salmon Arm resides on the shores of Shuswap Lake on the traditional lands of the Shuswap people. A welcoming community that offers boutique shopping, tasty cuisine, festivals and local performances - this city is a four-season host.
Local hiking trails include Canada’s longest wooden inland wharf. Beaches and watersport round out a day of cycling with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing popular in the winter.
A mecca for artisans, the area boasts well-appointed galleries. But you don’t have to go to a gallery to view art – there’s a selection of studios and markets to browse. When you’re in town drop by the Visitor Centre to learn more about the local history.
For more information visit www.shuswaptourism.ca