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Okanagan Trips & Trails

A Guide to British Columbia's Okanagan-Similkameen Region, New Edition

Okanagan Trips & Trails
Murphy Shewchuk By (author)
Judie Steeves By (author)
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6.0 X 9.0 in
512 pg

TRAVEL / Canada / Western Provinces (AB, BC)


British Columbia is the custodian of some of the most spectacular wilderness remaining in the world, including the unique ecosystems of the Okanagan basin.

Judie Steeves and Murphy Shewchuk have fully updated their definitive guide to the region. There is a wide variety of backcountry adventures and outdoor experiences available in the province's Okanagan region, from Manning Park to Three Valley Gap, and from Rock Creek to Armstrong. With more than 40 maps, and over 100 photographs, the book describes the many routes in kilometre by kilometre detail — the Centennial and Trans Canada Trails, along with the many other lesser-known hiking paths found in the Okanagan Similkameen.

Readers will find a myriad of outdoor recreational opportunities including

  • Backpacking
  • Bird Watching
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Exploring
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Skiing
  • Diving & Snorkeling (yes diving & snorkeling)
in this handy, comprehensive guide.

Author Bio

Murphy Shewchuk is a passionate wilderness explorer, award-winning photographer and author of numerous books about BC's and Western Canada's outdoors, including Coquihalla Trips & Trails and Okanagan Trips & Trails. His writing and photographs have also appeared in such publications as BC Outdoors, Canadian Geographic, and Field & Stream.

Murphy Shewchuk is the winner of the 2008 British Columbia Heritage Award. Go to to find out more about Murphy and the award.

Judie Steeves is an award-winning journalist whose writing has earned her a Federation of BC Naturalists's award for "outstanding contributions to the understanding and appreciation of the natural history of BC."