Things To Do In Kelowna


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  • Ex Nihilo Winery
    Ex Nihilo Vineyards bottles distinctive whites and reds on a 10-acre slope overlooking Lake Okanagan. Wine tasters assume their positions for a flight of four wines within Ex Nihilo's Mediterranean-fashioned tasting room, designed by vineyard cofounder Jeff Harder. Both connoisseurs and newcomers to the grape game can tease taste buds with the ripe complexity of Night, Ex Nihilo's ultrapremium bordeaux, or can get to know the merlot, which, unlike a bust of Mussolini carved from ham, is fruity and approachable. Seasoned sippers may regard Night's oaky aroma as a striking counterpoint to the tropical scents of the pinot gris and may relish the balance of the riesling, which was rated Best Local White Wine - Central by Okanagan Life readers.
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    1525 Camp Rd
    Lake Country, BC CA
  • Mission Yoga
    Mission Yoga’s friendly, enthusiastic instructors are fully certified and know how to help students sweat and stretch until they're calmer, more energized, and more revitalized than when they entered the peaceful studio. With 50- to 90-minute classes scheduled Monday through Saturday, pliable plebes and elastic experts alike can find the time and session suited to them. For students new to yoga, this is a great chance to learn the downward dog, upward dog, and the omniscient narrator. Yoga stretches muscles, relieving stiffness and pain; it also increases flexibility and strength (deep core muscles support each pose), which will improve range of motion, balance, and posture, all vital to moving up in the corporate world, seeing over the steering wheel, and slicing your morning bagel.
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    753 Turner Road
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Beyond the Crux
    BTC is an Indoor Climbing Gym Located in the heart of the Okanagan. We offer a super fun climbing gym for climbers, groups and corporate functions. Come try some bouldering out for amazing challange!
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    1414 Hunter Court
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • WildPlay
    WildPlay Element Park elicits screams of terror and laughter from people of all ages while they perform primal and adrenaline adventures alongside the Okanagan hillside and Mission Creek Canyon. The signature Monkido Aerial Adventure (as in "monkey-see, monkey-do") sends harnessed guests climbing through four series of swaying plank bridges, zip lines, tree ladders, hanging nets, and Tarzan swings suspended 6' to 60' off the ground, as well as exclusive PAWD games. WildPlay's DragonFLY Zip Lines offers a guided view of the Okanagan hillside, grassland plateaus, and cliff edges, from ten lines connected by suspended platforms. Perhaps the Park's most fast-and-furious challenge is the new Primal Swing, on which guests soar at high speeds through a 100'-plus drop and a wide pendulum arc with breathtaking panoramic views.
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    5983 Highway 33
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Lake City Bowl
    Every night at Lake City Bowl, balls pirouette down the lanes until 1 a.m., dancing to the centre's state-of-the-art sound system and cosmic lights starting at 7 p.m. daily. During the daylight hours, bumpers let pint-sized bowlers bombard the pins with accuracy, exacting revenge as if they were a schoolyard bully or a trash-talking civics teacher. Between frames, four regulation-size pool tables transpose spherical competition to the felt, and an arcade puts gamers behind the wheels and paddles of driving simulators and air-hockey tables. Chefs dish out a menu of burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers at the snack stand, and live bands every Thursday night—and live DJs every weekend—crank out fresh tunes to overshadow the mechanics' drum solos from behind the pinsetters.
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    2789 Highway 97 North
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Oyama Zipline Forest Adventure
    Above 70 acres of orchards, vineyards, and alpaca farms, riders at Oyama Zipline Forest Adventure can soar seated or even upside down. That's thanks to Oyama's universal harness, whose automatic brakes also let riders dangle over particularly stunning views of Kalamalka Lake and nearby beaches. The park's seven ziplines?followed closely one after the other over a period of about three hours?range from leaps off 50-foot-tall towers to rides that begin through trapdoors. On Oyama's final double line, two participants fly down a 1,514-foot-long line at up to 85 kilometers per hour, about the speed of cheetah on a leisurely stroll.
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    1865 Dilworth Dr
    Kelowna, BC CA

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