When heading to the mountains, few amenities rival the convenience of a South Okanagan ski-in/ski-out vacation rental. Just put on your skis right outside your door and away you go. Owner Direct has compiled this list of South Okanagan ski-in/ski-out accommodations to help you find the perfect retreat. From condos with a view to spacious chalets, we'll have you schussing down the slopes in minutes.
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South Okanagan Travel Guides
South Okanagan Travel Guide
The South Okanagan is part of the Okanagan Valley or the Okanagan Region, located in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is defined by the Canadian section of the Okanagan River, as well as by the basin of Okanagan Lake. The region is well known for its sunny and dry climate and for the interesting powdery snow come winter time, along with a number of exciting and enjoyable adventures and activities that come with each season. Most notable places of interest include Oliver, Osoyoos and Okanagan Falls. ... read more
Apex Travel Guide
- Apex Mountain Resort, in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley, is located 33 km west of Penticton. Apex boasts the famous dry Okanagan powder, short lift lines and uncrowded slopes. In under six minutes the high-speed quad chairlift takes you to the top of the mountain. From there you can access 550 acres of magnificent fall-line skiing and boarding on 56 runs spread over 2 mountain faces (Apex and Beaconsfield Peaks).
For cross country skiers there are 52km of trails. ... read more
Greater Penticton Travel Guide
- Greater Penticton is a scenic and charming area comprised of Naramata, Okanagan Falls, Penticton, Kaleden and Summerland, located between the north end of Skaha Lake and the south end of Okanagan Lake, in the interior of British Columbia. Located about 240 miles east of Vancouver in the Okanagan Valley, it is a top pick for tourists and is well known for its many world class accommodations and resorts. It is also home to some of the best restaurants in British Columbia, paving the way for an even more pleasurable stay for most vacationers. Considered to have the mildest winter temperatures in Canada, Greater Penticton is renowned for its moderate climate and for its impressive 2,000 hours of annual sunshine. ... read more
Osoyoos Travel Guide
- Osoyoos in
British Columbia, Canada,
is situated very close to the US Border. It is also the southernmost town
of Okanagan and is known for having the driest and hottest climate, not
only in the Okanagan but also in all of Canada. It's population as recorded
in the year 2010 was around 5,200 permanent residents. The semi-arid climate means very hot and dry summers, resulting in thousands
of tourists and visitors who flock to Osoyoos to take a dip in Lake Osoyoos,
sip the world-class wines, stroll through shops in the downtown area or
enjoy the great variety of fruits ranging from peaches and cherries to
apples and apricots and many more. ... read more