Snowshoeing and Winter Retreat near Kelowna BC

Snowshoeing on the KVR is a great introductory to snowshoeing, it’s easy, flat and not crowded. Curently there is about 6 inches of snow but up top there is over a 12 inches. I will keep you posted as more snow flies! Snowshoeing on Osprey Lake For a great snowshoe experience contact Osprey Lake Retreat

Written By Clayton Kessler

On December 1, 2009
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Snowshoeing on the KVR is a great introductory to snowshoeing, it’s easy, flat and not crowded. Curently there is about 6 inches of snow but up top there is over a 12 inches. I will keep you posted as more snow flies!

Snowshoeing at Osprey Lake

Snowshoeing at Osprey Lake

Snowshoeing on Osprey Lake
Snowshoeing on Osprey Lake

For a great snowshoe experience contact Osprey Lake Retreat

3 Comments

  1. DARKEST1

    i’m buying some new snowshoes this year and i’m wondering… what kind of snowshoes do you guys rent?

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  2. Osprey Lake Retreat

    We normally use Atlas with a three point harness system. We have 5 different sizes of snowshoes for various snow conditions. Best to check that they have good gripping metal beneath and they have a unfixed heel, much the same way x-country skies are where the heel lifts up.

    Shop around and let me know if you have more questions.

    Have an awesome day!

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  3. yin yoga

    well written and informative post!!!

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