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

Beginning near Kamloops and winding down through Kelowna and Vernon, this cider route will take you through a diverse landscape, from semi-arid landscapes to lush lake country with gorgeous views all along the way.

This cider route can be completed on its own or easily extended to include the South Okanagan cider route.

3 day route, 535 kilometers, 7 hrs, 28 minutes total driving time

Day 1

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cidery

Woodward Cider Co.

5505 Westsyde Road, Kamloops, BC, Canada

A brand-new craft cidery in BC, the Woodward brothers have returned to their family farm to make Kamloops’ first craft cider.

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cidery

Left Field Cider Company

Logan Lake, BC, Canada

Family-owned and operated by sisters Theresa and Kate, Left Field focuses on a small batch approach to traditional cider-making which brings out the natural characteristics of the apples. We make handcrafted, artisanal English-style cider by blending English and French cider varieties with BC dessert apples.

Day 2

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cidery

Truck 59 Ciderhouse

3887 Brown Rd, West Kelowna, BC, Canada

Handcrafted in small batches using 100% BC apples. English and French cider apples are blended with crisp dessert apples for balance, revealing apple fresh aromatics and subtle tannins. Grown, picked, pressed, fermented, blended, and bottled on-site at Truck 59.

2
cidery

Scenic Road Cider Co.

770 Packinghouse Road, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Scenic Road Cider Co. is a land-based cidery nestled in the heart of the Glenmore Valley, near Kelowna. Apple and cherry orchards surround the historic cidery and tasting room, with picnic tables dotted throughout.

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cidery

The BX Press

4667 East Vernon Road, Vernon, BC, Canada

Once home to the famous Barnard’s Express Stagecoach Company horse ranch, The BX Press is a third-generation family farm that has proudly grown apples since 1946. Today, they grow more than two dozen varieties that are pressed and fermented into innovative and unique craft ciders.

Day 3

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cidery

Burton City Cider

5470 BC-6, Burton, BC, Canada

Crafted in the West Kootenays in Burton B.C. by Cidermakers Barbara & Alan Ross. This dry, crisp cider is available on tap at the cidery & select locations.

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cidery

Farm Strong Cider

4300 Maw Rd, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B4, Canada

A family run business making high quality small batch cider on a heritage farm in the Okanagan Valley.  Farmstrong’s tasting room is housed in a historic barn built in 1896 which has been home to cattle, teams of horses and now houses a cidery and tasting room.