Just a few hours away from Vancouver lies a BC paradise. Beaches, mountains, oh and did we mention, wineries, all in one place. And that place is Kelowna.\nREAD ALSO: 11 Of The Most Beautiful Towns You Can Visit In BC\nA mix of small town charm, stunning Canadian scenery and beautiful wineries, Kelowna makes for a great BC getaway. And once you go there, who knows—you may fall in love and never come back.\nvia @quailsgate\n1. The Wineries\nWant to get day drunk off amazing wine and with an amazing view? The Okanagan Valley is known for having incredible wineries and Kelowna has some of the best, like Mission Hill and Quails' Gate.\nvia @skibigwhite\n2. Big White Ski Resort\nCalling all ski and board bunnies! Kelowna is home to Big White Ski Resort, a popular BC ski destination with over 750cm of fresh powder annually and 118 runs for you to shred.\nvia @ktdubzy\n3. Gyro Beach\nThis beach is a Kelowna favourite. Aside from playing volleyball at the courts, having a picnic, swimming in the beach or tanning, you can also go kayaking, paddle boarding and more with Gyro Beach Watersports.\nvia @tourismkelowna\n4. Knox Mountain Park\nKnox Mountain Park is one of the many hikes in Kelowna that will give you incredible views. You can see the town and Okanagan Lake from this viewpoint.\nvia @kaitlynbristowe\n5. Lake Okanagan\nThis blue lake is beautiful and can be seen from several different spots in Kelowna. Even former Bachelorette and Vancouverite Kaityn Bristowe found it Insta-worthy and she's got over a million followers, so we're sure your Insta fans will love it too.\nvia @paulinetosquin\n6. Downtown Kelowna\nIt may not be very big, but Kelowna's downtown is really cute and has that small town charm. Plus, there are some awesome restaurants and dessert spots.\nvia @carriebedz\n7. Coquihalla Highway\nEven the drive up to Kelowna is seriously scenic. The perfect backdrop to your road trip adventures!\nvia @viviannedinizs\n8. Myra Canyon\nExplore nature and 2 tunnels and 18 trestle bridges at Myra Canyon. You can walk, hike, bike or even horseback ride.\nvia @jodybod\n9. Myra Canyon Adventure Park\nTry something new at one of Canada's largest Aerial Tree Top Courses. You can go ziplining, try out the low ropes and more.\nvia @tourismkelowna\n10. Stuart Park Ice Rink\nIn the winter, Kelowna's outdoor rink is super cute. It's also free!\nvia @tourismkelowna\n11. Bear Creek Provincial Park\nLakeside camping? How picturesque. Bear Creek Provincial Park offers just that, as well as over 400 metres of sandy beaches, 5 km of beautiful, well-marked hiking trails, and a cool canyon that was carved into the bedrock by Bear Creek.\nvia @rowena_nelson\n12. Waterfront Park\nThis boardwalk runs along the Okanagan Lake and makes for a scenic bike ride, walk or run. It's only walking distance from downtown!\nvia @ryleeoishi11\n13. Christie Falls\nLove chasing waterfalls? Then you'll love Christie Falls, a beautiful waterfall hike in West Kelowna.\nvia @tourismkelowna\nWood Lake\n14. Kelowna is full of beautiful lakes like Wood Lake.\nvia @tourismkelowna\n15. Dilworth Mountain\nWant to see how beautiful Kelowna is from above? Check out this hike. It's also a prime sunset viewing location.