at Enderby. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Wagensveld
Excitement, Smalltown Spirit
awaits you all year long in Enderby!
for its natural beauty and smalltown spirit, Enderby offers all
of the amenities of a large urban center within a small community
renown for its balance and first-class hospitality.
Pleasant Walk. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Wagensveld
situated on the banks of the Shuswap River, visitors to Enderby
can tube down the river, take a refreshing dip, and kayak or canoe
with the spectacular Enderby Cliffs as a backdrop. For the adventurous,
a hike to the top of the Cliffs provides a panoramic view and
a breathtaking location for a picnic.
within picturesque downtown Enderby are numerous boutiques stocking
designer clothing, antique and gift shops where you can find that
missing piece to complete your living room, and restaurants which
will tantalize your tastebuds with locally grown ingredients and
cuisine ranging from the rustic to the exotic.
& Camping. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Wagensveld
winter overtakes the fall, visitors to Enderby can experience
a variety of new adventures. Snowmobiles roar across Hunters Range,
where 90 kilometres of groomed trails attract enthusiasts from
far and wide. At Larch Hills, 120 kilometres of trail await the
avid cross-country skier.
in Enderby can you shop at a boutique and browse pioneer and aboriginal
artefacts at the Museum in the morning, hike the Cliffs in the
afternoon, consume a phenomenal meal in the evening, and enjoy
live music into the night.
Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan. 35km north of Vernon and
25km south of Salmon Arm.
Enderby and area has accommodations to suit every need, from unique
bed and breakfasts to riverside camping to several hotels. Cabins
are available at the Mabel Lake campground.
There are a variety of attractions in the area, including golfing,
fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and hiking. In addition,
learn about the salmon life cycle at the Kingfisher Environmental
Interpretive Centre, stroll along the Jim Watt Heritage Riverwalk,
catch a movie at the Starlight Drive-in Theatre, and get a hands-on
demonstration of how pioneers made rope at the Museum. A thrilling
slate of community events adds to the excitement.
Enderby is located along Highway 97 and is serviced by national
and regional airlines via the Kelowna International Airport.
Enderby is known for its pleasant summer weather and moderate
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