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

The south Okanagan is a known as a fantastic fruit-growing region, where high temperatures during the summer make for a long and plentiful growing season. Vineyards and orchards aplenty, this cider route will take you past many roadside fruit stands, farm markets, and wineries.

With the highest density of land-based craft cideries in all of British Columbia, the south Okanagan cider route is one you’ll want three full days to enjoy. Starting near Osoyoos and winding north through Oliver and Penticton, this super scenic route can wrap up in Naramata or Summerland – it’s totally up to you.

3 day route, 157 kilometers, 2 hrs, 17 minutes total driving time

Day 1

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Twisted Hills Cider Co.

2070 BC-3, Cawston, BC, Canada

Twisted Hills Craft Cider is the only cidery in BC with a full lineup of Certified Organic ciders made with organic, estate-grown cider apples. Situated on a 12-acre orchard in the Similkameen Valley.

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cidery

Forbidden Fruit

620 Sumac Road, Cawston, BC, Canada

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Faustino Estate Cidery

14014 97th Street, Osoyoos, BC, Canada

A boutique cidery located in Osoyoos B.C. With fruit grown on the property, everything from harvesting to bottling happens on-site. This hands-on approach allows for quality control at every step of the way, resulting in ciders that are crisp, clean and refreshing.

Day 2

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Orchard Hill Estate Cidery

3480 Fruitvale Way, Osoyoos, BC, Canada

Orchard Hill’s family business is located between Oliver and Osoyoos on the Golden Mile bench, with 14 acres of high-density, high quality fruit bearing trees. Eight acres are purely for dessert apples, boasting the succulent flavours of pure Okanagan apples.

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Howling Moon Cider House

7952 Hwy 97, Oliver, BC, Canada

Rooted in BC and made with 100% fresh pressed apple juice, using traditional cider making techniques including cider-specific apples, cold slow fermentation and long maturation. Visit their family-friendly tasting room between April and September.

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cidery

Summerland Heritage Cider Company

3113 Johnson Street, Summerland, BC, Canada

A farm-based craft cidery located in the Okanagan Valley. All cider-specific varieties and most dessert apples are grown, pressed, fermented, and bottled right on the farm.

Day 3

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cidery

Dominion Cider Co

10216 Gould Ave, Summerland, B.C., Canada

Small-batch craft cider made branch-to-bottle with heirloom apples in the heart of Summerland.

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Nomad Cider

8011 Simpson Rd, Summerland, BC, Canada

We are a farm-to-glass Summerland, BC craft cidery passionate about making cider the way it was traditionally crafted; by hand with only fresh pressed apples and pears. We are devoted to producing exceptional cider made only from local apples and pears grown by us and our dedicated farming partners in the Okanagan-Similkameen region of BC.

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Naramata Cider Co.

2730 Aikins Loop, Naramata, BC, Canada

Our ciders are made from 100% local fruit and nothing else. Naramata Cider Company crafts ciders that are testament to the elements that make them sing: the fruit, the people who grow it, and the place that makes it all happen.