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The Weather in Osoyoos
The above is a climate diagram for Osoyoos. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 89° However, temperatures can go lower than 24° in Osoyoos in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Sample world-class wines with vacation rentals in Osoyoos, Canada
Accommodation in Osoyoos positions you in a unique Canadian landscape which is simultaneously Canada's only desert, an important fruit growing and wine producing region. Discover First Nations culture along with exquisite natural environments spanning wetlands, granite outcrops. and whispering ponderosa pine forests.
Sample the fruit basket of Canada
You'll find more than 20 wineries in as many minutes' drive from your cottage. Award-winning fruit and ice wines are found in the scenic neighborhoods of Black Sage Bench and the Similkameen Valley. Visit the Jackson-Triggs and SunRock Vineyards, of which the latter produces a world-leading Shiraz.
Enjoy a tasting tour of these idyllic wineries followed by fruit picking. Osoyoos is one of the most important fruit growing centers in the country. Luscious peaches and cherries fill the roadside stands in season, and you'll find fruit pies and other products to tempt you too.
Native culture and desert wildlife
As Canada's only desert, Osoyoos is also one of the most unique ecosystems in the country, and home to some most intriguing local heritage. Learn more about the fascinating composition of this spectacular landscape at the Osoyoos Desert Centre. Interactive exhibits and guided tours along the two kilometer boardwalk culminate in a stroll through the native plant garden.
Meanwhile, the Nk'Mip Desert and Cultural Centre takes you on a learning journey through a reconstructed aboriginal village, displays about Okanagan First Nations culture, and native plants and animals. You can even watch a rattlesnake demonstration.
Hiking in Osoyoos
Why not hike along the Osoyoos River and its glittering lake? Pioneer Walkway is a stunning park with gardens, picnic tables, and spectacular vistas. Alternatively, you can wander the 12 kilometer Irrigation Canal Walkway, which overlooks fruit growing orchards.
More adventurous hikers can ascend Mount Kobau, which looms over the meadows and farmland of Osoyoos, and provides innumerable opportunities for wildlife spotting and highly picture-perfect views.
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