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9 Things To Do in Sicamous, BC

Things To Do in Sicamous, BC

Looking for a BC road trip destination this summer? Try the resort town of Sicamous in Shuswap Country which is known as the houseboat capital of Canada.

Sicamous is about a five and a half hour drive from Vancouver and offers over 1,000 km of shoreline.

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Below is a list of things to see and do in the district.


Hyde Mountain on Mara Lake provides a stunning golf course intertwined with forest and water.


Sicamous is often referred to as one of the provinces best snowmobile (or sled) destinations. The four main mountains are Blue Lake, Owelhead, Queest and Eagle’s Pass.



The annual summer stomp and burnout motorcycle rally includes live bands, 19+ stomp grounds and a family friendly street festival and camping grounds.


Head out east on a road trip along the Trans-Canada Highway from Vancouver to Sicamous in about 5 hours.



With over 1,000 kilometres of shoreline surrounding the town, cottages and houseboat accommodations are a big attraction via vacation rental providers and Airbnb.

Day 7 in the books. Hello from #Sicamous, BC.

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The Crazy Creek Suspension Bridge spans 240 feet over a canyon with waterfall views. Hikes are popular in the spring time as well.


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Hop on over to Calgary, Alberta which is about a 5 hour drive from Sicamous.


Mountain Bike

Outback trails for hiking, horseback riding and hiking galore.

The @the.free.radicals in the green room on Switchback trail in Sicamous, B.C. #mtbbc #explorebc ?: @mclainemedia

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The sandy Sicamous Beach features volleyball tournaments and open water for lakeside sports and activities.

The boys out for a paddle #sicamous #shuswap #livingthelife

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By Amar Mirchandani @amarmirch

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