Spring is finally in the air and Upper Mission Kelowna has awakened with activity. Voted the best community in Canada for many years, Kelowna’s Mission Area boasts plenty of outdoor activities, unique wine tasting opportunities, and fantastic music acts to take in. Here’s what’s happening this spring.
Nearby Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park is a beautiful area to hike, bike, or explore on horseback. Its 7,677 hectares is home to Kettle Valley’s historic railway, and features hundreds of kilometres of trails that offer spectacular views of Myra Canyon and Little Mountain’s escarpment.
When you’re done exploring Myra-Bellevue, check out Crawford Falls. It’s just a few kilometres from Upper Mission in Kelowna and offers two scenic waterfalls and a serene forest to explore.
Starting May 4th, Meadow Vista Honey Wines will begin offering a six course meal of farm-to-table fare. You’ll enjoy Kelowna’s best homegrown food along with international award winning meads.
Springtime is wine season! Experience The View Winery's Riesling Through the Ages event, tasting through 7 years of The View's classic dry Riesling along with some delicious small-bite food pairings.
If you don’t want to choose between any one winery, Westjet is hosting a wine tasting event that will have 250 British Columbian wines all under one roof. It’s a short distance away from Kelowna’s Upper Mission, and you can enjoy it all without worrying about transportation! For more information, visit Tourism Kelowna.
Just minutes from Kelowna’s Upper Mission is a speakeasy-style jazz event hosted by The Vibrant Vine. This intimate affair takes place on May 10th and the ticket price includes your first glass of wine!
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