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Vancouver to Okanagan Valley Tour Private
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Vancouver to Okanagan Valley Tour Private

British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is bursting with vineyards, orchards, outdoor activities, and charming small towns. The latter offer wine-tasting rooms, fantastic restaurants, vibrant arts scenes, and resorts that serve as jumping-off points for adventures around the area. It all combines to make for a deservedly popular year-round destination.
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budbell1962 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Brossard, Canada8 contributions2 helpful votes
Covert Farms Estate Winery is easy to find. parking is free and if your an intermediate hiker, you can hike to the tip of the Bluff in less than 90 minutes (for me, that's bookin' ... I'm 57). We lunched at the edge and took our sweet time coming down, less than 4 hours total. Plus, at the end,,,there's wine! Bear warning to start the day but, alas, Yogi was nowhere to be found.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tim Bullen wrote a review Oct. 2019
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Had a great time hiking up to McIntyre Bluffs this August. There is parking and trail access, starting at Covert Farms. The trail takes you up a gradual, 300m rise passing by Rattlesnake Lake as you ascend to the bluff. You have an excellent view of Oliver to the south, and Okanagan Falls once you arrive at the top. If you're hiking in the summer, take some water with you as it can get warm on the trail. Well worth the hike!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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LST1959 wrote a review Jul. 2019
Osoyoos, Canada17 contributions9 helpful votes
As everyone has said this is a lovely hike. We’re not super fit and I’m 60 and a bit of a whiner/winer but totally enjoyed the hike. A few quite steep bits going up but there are shady parts to rest and the view is worth it. It was 3 hours exactly for us including a few selfies and panoramic shots and sitting for a water break and Clif bar at the summit. Hat, good footwear, a large water and a camera are all you need. We thoroughly enjoyed a wine tasting and charcuterie board at Covert Farms Organic Winery and Vineyard afterwards - really delightful. I meant to ask how it all works with them being at the trailhead of McIntyre Bluff. They have a sign-in book and are the perfect ‘stewards’ for the trail as you walk through a section of the vineyard before you head up the trail. If you are in the area and have the time - regardless of your fitness level - do it!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Delphine M wrote a review Jun. 2019
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On my moms bucket list it was a must do before she gets 'too old'. Oops, this moderately hard hike is not for the elderly, my mom a very young and spry 70 struggled a bit on the way up and struggled a bit on the way down, but she made it and we celebrated with a glass of Covert Farms Sauvignon blanc. We both agreed the wine made the hike worthwhile. I recommend only doing this hike in cooler temperatures, and one should wear proper footwear and take double the water you think you'll need. We didn't know how long it would be our how long it would take us, so we made note of the time we left, 9:15, and made note of the time we got back, 2:15, and we enjoyed our lunch on the bluff for approx 1/2 hour. The trail map provided by Covert Farms shows the trip is only 10km, but we measured it 7km each way. This is a must do for any avid hiker, and I'm glad I've done it.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Cathy B wrote a review May 2019
Saskatoon, Canada61 contributions41 helpful votes
Just over 10 kms it took us 3 hours round trip. It’s a gradual climb with a few steep parts. The path is well travelled. The only animal we saw was a deer although we did see bear scat in several spots. There are so many beautiful things to see....3 lakes Rattlesnake, Vaseux and Gallagher...massive trees....lots of wild flowers...so amazing. The views are brilliant! Thx to Covert Farms for allowing parking. Next time we’ll stop and have a glass of wine!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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