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Okanagan Valley Goes Local Slideshow

Okanagan Valley Goes Local Slideshow


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Codfathers Seafood Market

Local rainbow trout from Little Fort, British Columbia, is a highlight of Codfathers Seafood Market’s season this year.

Codfathers Seafood Market

Most of Codfathers' products bear the Ocean Wise sustainability emblem.

Codfathers Seafood Market

All fish comes in whole and is butchered in-house at Codfathers. A must-try are the sweet, smoked candied salmon nuggets.

Codfathers Seafood Market

A flyer advertises an event, co-hosted by the Pacific Salmon Foundation and the Okanagan Nation Alliance, celebrating the return of the sockeye run to the Okanagan River. Sockeye salmon were nearly extinct 20 years ago.

Green City Acres

The preferred method of transportation at Green City Acres, a pedal-powered urban farm, is by bicycle.

Green City Acres

Local diners can enjoy high-quality, pesticide-free produce harvested within as little as an hour, thanks to Kelowna farmers like Curtis Stone of Green City Acres. Stone participates in SPIN (small-plot intensive) farming. Off season, Stone spends his time working as a public speaker and consultant on food-related issues and urban farming.

Green City Acres

The Green City Acres crew consists of Curtis Stone, Dan Cantin, and Neko, the farm dog.

Stoney Paradise Farms

Milan Djordjevich, aka the Tomato Man, of Stoney Paradise Farms, with his famous Sungold tomatoes.

Stoney Paradise Farms

As a certified organic farm, Stoney Paradise Farms rotates a variety of crops, including its famous Sungold tomatoes. Stoney Paradise supplies fresh, high-quality organic produce to local restaurants and farmers markets.


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).


ENDERBY RIVER

Enderby is a small town at the very Northern tip of the Okanagan Valley and sits right on the Shuswap river. The river water is clear and beautiful in many areas you can see the bottom and the current is gentle. This is a natural uncontrolled body of water so temperature, currents, water levels and debris can vary from month-to-month and year-to-year. Along the way you will see the Enderby bridge, private homes and farms. The river is quite wide and there is lots of space to move away from other people.

Inflating your floatie: There is free power available at Belvidere Park if you would like to use an electric pump. See the yellow electric bolt on the map below for location.

Transportation: There is no shuttle service so you will need to leave one vehicle at your end point and drive a second vehicle to your start point.

Where to stop: DO NOT FLOAT PAST THE BEACH! Tuey Park is the last opportunity to get out before you find yourself on a 10 hour adventure to Mara Lake -you don’t want to do this. You wont see any signs along the way so watch for the big sandy beach full of people on the left hand side after you’ve gone around a long bend.

Where to start/end: See the green swimmers for launch points and red cars for end points on the map below. The two best floats are:

Eby Launch to Belvidere Park 8.2 KM long (approximately 3-6 hours) -and/or-

Belvidere Park to Tuey Park 2.5 KM long (approximately 45 mins - 1.5 hours). If you choose to end at Tuey Park, there’s a beautiful soft-sand beach and often food trucks hang out for a bit.

NOTE: the water-current on the map flows from right to left (East to North).