6 Things to Do During Canada Day Celebrations
Photo by Dave Steers
Posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Canada Day is a BIG deal in Pemberton. Join us and see how a small mountain community celebrates our Nation's birthday!
6 Great Canada Day Celebration Activities
To get you started here are some suggestions on how to celebrate in Pemberton & district.
1. Geo Cache
6 varying degrees of difficulty Geo Caches hidden in and around Pemberton offering a unique spin on treasure hunting. Never Geo cached before? Join the world wide phenomena and find out more about Pemberton's geo cache sites at www.geocaching.com
2. One Mile Lake
Enjoy a stroll or bike ride around Pemberton's One Mile Lake and visit the newly opened Nature Centre. Ideal for families and wheelchair accessible the trail offers stunning views as well as the opportunity for some peaceful bird watching
3. Spud Run
The Pemberton Spud Run is an annual 7 kilometre run over sandy trails, some pavement and even a few fences just to make it interesting. Learn more about the Spud Run.
4. Pemberton Museum
Visit the Pemberton Museum, open daily from 10-5 for a step back in history. The Pemberton Heritage Museum is a collection of buildings and artifacts that date back to the 1860s displayed in a small pioneer village setting. Get more Pemberton Museum info.
5. Strawberry Picking & Distillery tours
The strawberries are ready and picking is available at in the Pemberton Valley at two local farms. The Pemberton Distillery is open this long weekend with tours daily. Featuring Schramm potato vodka and Canada's first organic gin made with local Juniper berries. Get more Pemberton Distillery info.
6. Adventure Begins Here
Pemberton offers a wide range of summer adventure activities from jet boating on the Green River, soaring over glacier and mountain scenery, sky diving, horseback riding, mountain biking and so much...for more information visit Tourism Pemberton for Pemberton summer activities info....