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Naramata, B.C

Naramata and Surroundings

in Naramata, B.C.
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The Naramata area is reputed for its village with its surrounding lush vineyards and orchards. The area also offers beaches, hiking trails and of course the famous KVR, the former rail bed of the Kettle Valley Railway which is now part of the Trans Canada Trail. In this section we introduce you to what is available in the village, including its restaurants.

Naramata Village

The community of Naramata is unincorporated, which means that it is not a self-managed village and is part of the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen. Its boundaries, as a community are defined by electoral boundaries, and the physical boundaries that surround it: Okanagan Lake to the west, Okanagan Mountain Park to the north, the city limits of…

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The KVR Trail

The KVR trail occupies the former railway track of the Kettle Valley Railway. The railway was built over the course of nearly 20 years, and the section between Merritt and Midway opened May 31, 1915. A detailed history of the Kettle Valley Railway, and the accomplishments of its primary engineer, Andrew McCulloch, can be found on Wikipedia….

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The Naramata Bench Wineries

The Naramata Bench, as it applies to wineries, describes the area that begins near the north east side of Penticton and extending to Paradise Ranch, a distance of some 16 kilometres as the crow flies, which is just south of Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. The Okanagan valley was created by receding glaciers and the glacial…

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