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“The Australian bushfires are still burning and will remain burning for months to come," says Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Over 80,000 square kilometers of land has been ravaged with NASA claiming 306 million tonnes of carbon dioxide has been released into the atmosphere.Scientists conservatively estimate that one billion animals ...
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Published on February 25th, 2020
The Thompson Okanagan is a region that has been physically and economically impacted by forest and bush fire. We are acutely aware of the speed and consequence of a fire’s fury - yet even we cannot imagine the depth of grief and helplessness Australians are experiencing.Accelerated by climate change, the ...
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Published on January 15th, 2020
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The First-ever ‘BeadTrails Bazaar’ – an Exciting Addition to ‘Summerland Light Up’The holiday season is here which means it’s time to ‘Light Up the Vines’ and ‘Light Up Summerland’ and ‘Sip and Shop’ our way through the local tastes and arts of the Okanagan.‘Summerland Light Up’ is undeniably the premier ...
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Published on November 22nd, 2019
The swag is in the bag.Join us as we kick-start our 10th anniversary celebrations with a visit to the BeadTrails Pop-Up Bazaar. November through January, BeadTrails and ArtVine Creative Spaces are joining forces with a variety of BeadTrail businesses to create the Okanagan’s coolest shopping destination.Discover unique gifts, curious and ...
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Published on October 25th, 2019
Hainle Vineyard Estate Winery
USA TODAY released its 10 Best List for the category of Best Destination for Fall Foliage with the Okanagan Valley ranking sixth and proudly representing as the only Canadian in the line-up.But that’s not all. The Okanagan is also representing Canada as one of the best wine regions on the ...
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Published on October 10th, 2019
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Founded by Karen Griggs of Summerland in 2010, BeadTrails was created to connect people to the places and experiences that memories are made of. The educational marketing adventure sees businesses on the trails supplied with their signature bead, which visitors collect and add to memory bracelets. A modern-day tour guide ...
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Published on August 15th, 2019
We are expanding
Composed of four distinct regions, and seasons, the Niagara Peninsula is a vibrant destination and the newest member of the BeadTrails Experience.While visiting, one can immerse in the wonder of winter in the romantic village of Niagra-on-the-Lake, or partake in the annual Ice-Wine Festival where culinary masters tempt hungry palettes ...
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Published on July 9th, 2019
View from Mission Hill Winery
Nk’Mip means hello and good-bye in the Okanagan Syilx language befitting a winery that has you at hello! Steps away from Spirit Ridge, Nk’Mip Cellars focuses on pairing food and leisure with world-class wines. Nestled in the desert hills of the Southern Okanagan, this winery boasts bold and beautiful reds, ...
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Published on July 8th, 2019
Canoe On Shuswap Lake
Recent archeological excavations suggest that in 1649 A.D., well before Europeans settled the region, thousands of Indigenous people lived where Little Shuswap and the mighty Thompson formed a trade route to the west coast. The BeadTrail is akin to a travellers trade route, leading visitors to a collection of experiences ...
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Published on July 7th, 2019
women on the beadtrails
Whether you run a hotel, bed & breakfast, campground or guest ranch we know that customer service is a priority for you. The BeadTrails Experience has a free tool to help enhance your visitor's experience of the area; a simple map that directs tourists to up to 200 venues in ...
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Published on January 1st, 2019