9 very B.C. ways to stay warm as the temperature drops
presented by Super Natural British Columbia.
We are very excited to have been featured in The Georgia Straight’s article “9 very B.C. ways to stay warm as the temperature drops”, presented by Super Natural British Columbia.
British Columbia is known for it’s stunning scenery and array of outdoor activities, but as the winter season approaches, many of us want to explore this beautiful province without getting chilly.
The shoulder season offers visitors a wonderful, quieter period between the busy summer tourist season and the upcoming winter holidays. So book a little vacation time and take advantage of off-season discounts and minimal traffic to explore these regions with some indoor (but still very B.C.) activities.
Are you thinking of travelling in and around BC in the colder months? Super Natural British Columbia has you covered with all things winter. Check out the Thompson Okanagan!
“The pockets of warm air and cooler elevations, mixed with the rich soil, make the valleys of this region ideal for growing some of the best wine grapes, along with more traditional fruit like apples, cherries, and peaches. A visit to the Thompson Okanagan wouldn’t be complete without a winetasting (or three).”
You may have thought that BC vineyards only do wine tasting in the summer, however, that is not entirely true. Some wineries, Like Monte Creek Ranch, offer tastings all year round. Guests often enjoy the slower pace of the tasting rooms during shoulder seasons. While visiting Monte Creek Ranch, sip our seasonally appropriate ice wines or try the unique, award-winning haskap berry wine.
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