Things to do in Keremeos

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  • Judy
    2 contributions
    A real gem in the area and worth stopping. Amazing staff ,incredibly friendly , well kept gardens. So interesting .
    Written September 26, 2022
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  • ElegantGipsy
    Vancouver86 contributions
    Hiking and fishing in Cathedral Park is a rare and exclusive privilege. To see its magnificent alpine meadows in full bloom and the panoramic vistas from its rugged ridges is once-in-a-lifetime experience. I can’t think of a much better way to reconnect even the most jaded traveller to nature and remind one of what life is truly worth living for. I just cannot say this more emphatically. This is a very special place.

    An inconsiderate Tripadvisor reviewer recently complained about the $120 cost for transportation in a 4x4 Suburban into the heart of this pristine wilderness park. That was shocking. I was expecting next to read that they thought a McDonalds is missing here. This person did have the choice to walk up a 1200 metre vertical climb over 16 kilometres on a rugged 4x4 road. This person clearly doesn’t understand what it truly costs to maintain a road and a safe fleet of vehicles to ferry the 20-30 people a day that take the shuttle to visit this alpine wonderland during the short June-September season. The ride would still be a steal at $250. Staying in the Park overnight is a great option at campsites that cost around $10 a day or in a rustic, comfortable but understandably expensive lodge and cabins. (Imagine the cost of maintaining a small, fully-serviced lodge, fresh meals and cabins available for only a few months a year.) Check-out the new Japanese style, wooden outdoor hot tubs to get an idea of what lengths they go to to look after their guests. This small wilderness park is just the way it should be to keep it pristine and uncrowded, yet accessible and easy to enjoy in comfort. It’s fortunately remote, exclusive and hard to get to. If the inconsiderate reviewer and hundreds more a day could drive their “Jeeps” there, this fragile wilderness would get spoiled in no time, just as quickly as the lakes teeming with trout would get depleted.
    Written August 6, 2020
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  • rlmptl
    Lloydminster, Canada1,073 contributions
    we decided to try out some other organic winerys in the area this trip and got to taste some lovely wines and ended up with 5 bottles. Looking forward to having at home. It was off season and they were painting and freshing things up. Very friendly service and helpful about the area and we will return
    Written April 26, 2022
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  • Scubeedoo
    calgary,alberta111 contributions
    Our first stop in the area and was very good. Got a lot of good information on the area and wines from this location. The views are fantastic and highly recommend
    Written June 22, 2022
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  • Rossland58
    Rossland, Canada652 contributions
    Nice little winery just a bit off the beaten path. Small tasting room that made for an intimate experience. Nice wines at a good price and a good tasting selection. Very welcoming staff including the cat.
    Written January 25, 2021
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  • the5thsister
    Kamloops, Canada14 contributions
    I stopped in at the visitor center, and had a wonderful visit with the lovely lady working the front desk. She was so friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Definitely worth the time to stop in and say hello
    Written September 22, 2019
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  • Rebecca T
    Vancouver, Canada710 contributions
    Peach King is hands down the king of fresh samosas and milkshakes. We always stop by when we are in this area to grab some snacks while we are picking up produce. They also have an interesting assortment of home made goods that are great products and provide the option for supporting local. They have a fantastic harvest set up that is perfect for the kids to have a quick play and for parents to snap a few pictures. There is a little pumpkin maze and an antique tractor that significantly add to the charm.
    Written October 27, 2021
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  • BiancaM595
    Central Saanich132 contributions
    No frills. Nothing fancy. If you want a unique wine experience come to this local gem. St. Laszlos is one of British Columbia's oldest wineries. One of the original six. Because of this Joe the vintner offers wines that have aged a few years. We enjoyed many tastings. His aged wines taste like Madeira. If you want a fancy tasting bar then stay away. If you want some exceptional wines, come and savour. Wines created at St. Laszlos are only sold here. You can find them no where else. The locals know this and he was sold out of all of his fruit wines. As Joe says "like a Rolls Royce everything is hand made."
    Written November 15, 2016
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  • Bruce B
    Keremeos, Canada4 contributions
    There is really no trail to follow with marked signage. Which makes a little confusing because the columns are not very visible from the primitive roads. I would suggest walking from the bottom paved parking to the top. If you drive find a good place to park and then walk. The primitive road that will get you close. Is extremely rough even with a 4x4 you risk damage to your vehicle. I have traveled the road several times. Last year it was just about impassible. I have met several people at the top...they couldn't find the columns. I really don't think you can get lost in the area. But, be sure to have water with you. The Columns are well worth the time to visit amazing rock formations. Take water and lunch and enjoy the area. Maybe ask someone for directions before trying to locate on your own.
    Written March 3, 2015
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  • Cathy V
    Dawson Creek, Canada18 contributions
    Great little place. Friendly and inviting, wonderful lady that runs it. My daughter loved it. Some great artisan crafts.
    Written September 19, 2022
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  • Laurel M
    Calgary, Canada756 contributions
    There are so many orchard stands throughout the Okanagan Valley and we have never been disappointed with any we have shopped at. We needed one more stop before heading to Vancouver and Parsons was on the list. Helpful staff, lovely background music, great selection of late fall produce and little extras like sauces, brittles, and gifts. The collection of old farm tractors lined up outside were decorated with pumpkins and squashes. So funny. We were told Pat Parsons was celebrating his 83rd birthday and were invited to share in the surprise party. We’ll have to make it back for his 84th!
    Written September 28, 2021
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  • Andrea G
    Vancouver, Canada224 contributions
    We popped in for a brief wine tasting here and found it to have a nice, pleasant atmosphere with a decent selection of wine.

    There are a few stops in this area - you can definitely make an afternoon out of it!
    Written September 1, 2022
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  • Ann T
    Lake Country, Canada15 contributions
    We head to Keromeos every Sept to load up on tomatoes squash garlic and other fruits and veggies. We always go to Mariposa. Best prices and good quality products
    Written October 6, 2019
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