Discover BC's Farm Crafted Cider | BC Cider Way

Your guide to BC farm crafted cider

Discover BC’s land-based cideries, the farm-crafted cider they create and unique adventures along the way. Follow curated regional cider trails or create your own.

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Cider Trails

Explore regional cider trails

Let these curated regional trails be your guide. From BC’s scenic interior to the lush, coastal wilderness of a Vancouver Island escape, curated cider trails are built around regional craft cideries. Routes are 2-3 days in length and include recommended accommodations, places to eat, sights to see, and can’t-miss local attractions that cider lovers are sure to appreciate.


Vancouver Island & Gulf Islands

  • 3 Day

A west coast adventure that spans Greater Victoria, the Saanich Peninsula, Cowichan, Courtney, and Salt Spring Island. Includes ferry travel.

Lower Mainland & Sunshine Coast

  • 2 Day

From city to scenery, this two-day cider trail is for those who want a little bit of hustle bustle and a lot of relaxation. Includes ferry travel.

South Okanagan (Summerland to Osoyoos)

  • 3 Day

A three-day adventure through the heart of the province, where you’ll find the highest density of land-based craft cideries.

Thompson – Okanagan (Kamloops to Burton City)

  • 3 Day

Explore the beauty of the Thompson-Okanagan region on this two to three-day adventure through lake country. Includes ferry travel.


Learn about local cideries

Plan your own cider trail and learn more about each and every land-based cidery across the province. You’ll quickly discover that not all craft cideries are the same; each has its own unique story, philosophy, and approach to craft cider production. You can take our word for it, or – map out your personalized cider trail and go experience them in person. Highly recommended.

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Explore cider events

From all-out cider tasting festivals to exclusive dinners with craft cider pairings, there are a growing number of craft-cider focused events taking place across BC each year. See what’s happening in your region, or plan your cider trail around an event you’d love to attend.

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