Distance to cities from Property

City                  Distance             Population
Vancouver      470 kilometers       2,800,000
Calgary           520 kilometers        1,200,000
Kelowna           86 kilometers           120,000
Kamloops       115 kilometers             85,000
Vernon             36 kilometers              40,000
Salmon Arm     25 kilometers             20,000

Climate

• The Okanagan has more sunny days than any other place in the province
• Four distinct seasons
• Summer 20 to 35 degrees C
• Winter    10 to 5 degrees C

Industry

• Agriculture
• Tourism
• Forestry
• Ranching
• Manufacturing
• Wine production

Activities within easy reach

Snowmobiling – Valleys or mountain trails
Hiking – Wide variety of scenery and terrain
Nature – See Moose, Deer, Bears, etc.
Fishing – In large lakes or hundreds of smaller lakes
Boating – Power boating, house boating to canoeing
Wine touring – Over 150 wineries
Skiing – Several mountains to meet you skill level – heli-skiing
Golf – World class 18 hole to nine-hole courses

British Columbia has a population of 4,600,000 and half of this population live in and around Vancouver.

British Columbia is 1/10 the size of Canada and the 3rd largest province

There are 3 mountain ranges – The Coastal Range, the Columbia and the Rockies

British Columbia is one of the world’s largest producers of blueberries and cranberries.

Forests cover 2/3 of British Columbia

Located in the interior of British Columbia

Renowned for sunny climate, beautiful landscapes, and relaxed lifestyle

The area is known for its four distinct seasons

The southern area is known for the award winning wines

The Thompson-Okanagan can receive more than 2000 hours of sunshine/year

Key industries are agriculture, tourism, forestry and ranching

Fish, swim, and boat in the valleys and ski, snowmobile and hike in the mountains