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A ski resort in B.C. has thousands of "snow ghosts" on its slopes — but they're not quite what you might expect.

Big White Ski Resort, which is around 50 km from Kelowna, B.C., is well known for its great skiing, having recently been featured in Condé Nast Traveler's 2021 Readers' Choice Awards as one of the best ski resorts in Canada.

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You don't need a time machine to travel back in time — just head to Kaleden Hotel Park.

The ruins near Kelowna, are just one hour south by car next to Skaha Lake.

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Animal-lovers, you need to sip a glass of wine at this secret Okanagan Vineyard.

While B.C. has no shortage of extraordinary wineries, what makes Daydreamer Winery extra special is they have fluffy sheep.

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This adorable round Airbnb in B.C. is the perfect example of how good things can come in small packages.

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There's a kind of cow that's so beautiful you'll think that it was photoshop. You can see highland cows in B.C. if you want to meet them in real life. Covert Farms in Oliver, B.C. is home to 21 of the fluffiest cows ever and they even pitch in to help make some of the best local wine. 

Right now, there's a cow and a calf chilling by the wine lounge where you can do a tasting or shop for bottles. You're welcome to book a tour or tasting in advance and then come up to the farm in the Okanagan.

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There's a ton of magic hiding in the province, you just have to know where to look. The glass castle in B.C. is one such wonder, and it's ready to make you gasp and do a double-take on your road trip this summer. This enormous building is somehow even more than meets the eye — there's a lot of history behind its glass.

Many a traveller passing by Kootenay Lake near the Rocky Mountains might have stumbled upon this place and wondered if they were hallucinating. How did this giant castle wind up here of all places?

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Grill up some good times. Just because you live in an apartment with a tiny balcony doesn't mean you have to miss out on juicy burgers with your friends. Did you know you can rent BBQ boats in Kelowna for the ultimate party on the water this summer?

Before summer is over, you'll want to test out Maeg's BBQ Boat. You can captain a doughnut-shaped private vessel and sail Okanagan Lake with seven of your friends.

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Get ready to marvel at non-stop breathtaking sights. Usually, walking on train tracks could be deadly. But that isn't the case at this abandoned train trestle hike in B.C. as it is just for cyclists and pedestrians. This 12-kilometre Myra Canyon Trestles in Kelowna will take you into two mountain tunnels and it has to be on your summer bucket list.

Have you ever explored the Kettle Valley Rail? It is the longest rail network in B.C. and just a 40-minute drive from Kelowna.

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Look at things from another point of view. It can become easy to fall into a routine, where you feel like do the same thing every day. After not long, you'll find yourself tired of the dull sameness. But to spice things up, all you need is a change in scenery, and we know just the spot. You need to find this secret B.C. lookout point with views of enchanting turquoise lakes.

Right in the heart of the stunning Okanagan Valley, is the Oyama Lookout. It is just a quick 50-minute drive from Kelowna or five hours from Vancouver.

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If you are someone who loves to take the scenic route, then you need to find this hidden gem. On a gorgeous day, with a blue sky filled with puffy white clouds, the last thing you want to do is waste the day indoors. This hidden B.C. lookout point will make you feel like you're walking in the sky and it's waiting to be discovered.

Once you see photos of the Sicamous Lookout, you are going to want to go right away.

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The higher the climb, the better the view. Why bother hitting the gym when you can work out your legs and glutes while soaking up the sunshine? The next time you want to get your endorphins pumping, climb this 4-kilometre mountain staircase trail in B.C. to a breathtaking lake lookout.

When it comes to fitness hikes, the first that comes to mind might be the famous Grouse Grind. But let's face it: sometimes we aren't up to the challenge of its thousands of steps.

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