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British Columbia #33 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #97 and#33 - City of Kelowna, BC
The land of Ogopogo, east to Rutland, Joe Riche subdivision, Big White Mountain Ski Resort, Beaverdell, Rock Creek, Highway #3 'The Crows Nest Pass' - North to Vernon, BC. Attractions in and around Kelowna, BC - Mardi Gras Street Festival - Okanagan Wine Festivals - Parks Alive - Life and Arts Festival - Fat Cat Childrens Festival B.C. Orchard Industry Museum - B.C. Wine Museum - Father Pandosy Mission - Fintry Provincial Park - Geert Maas Sculpture Gardens Gallery and Studio - House Of Rose Vineyards & Winery - Kelowna Centennial Museum - Kelowna Museum - Lake Okanagan - Laurel Packinghouse Okanagan Military Museum - Okanagan Wine Country Tours - Pinot Reach Cellars - Quails' Gate Vineyards Estate Winery - Wine Museum. - NOTE: For highway travel north or south of Kelowna, BC; via British Columbia Highway #97 - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide BC Highway #97 Trans Canada Highway (Kamloops)to US/Canada Border.

1.4
2.3
Rutland, BC
All services
2.8
4.5
Toovey Road
Access to Toovey Road
8.1
13.0
Highway Turnoff
Highway turnoff south side of road
8.1
13.1
8 Mile Ranch
8 mile Ranch, trail Rides
14.5
23.3
Point of Intrest
Joe Riche Subdivision, crossing Mission Creek
14.9
24.0
Bed and Breakfast
Access to Bed and Breakfast
15.4
24.8
Photo
View from highway, from roadside turnout
20.3
32.7
Big White Ski Resort
Junction of Highway to Big White Ski Area, 24 km's east
21.4
34.5
Point of Intrest
Rock Creek Summit, 1265 mtr's
23.2
37.4
Thunder Mountain Raceway
Access to Thunder Mountain Raceways
24.1
38.8
Idabell Lake Resort
Highway Access to Idabell Lake Resort,lodging, campground, crosscountry skiing, 5 kms west
27.7
44.6
Highway Roadside Turnout
Roadside Turnout, west side of highway
27.7
44.6
Point of Interest
Entering Boundry Country
30.1
48.5
Highway Roadside Turnout
Highway Turnout, toilets
31.3
50.3
Pioneer Paradise R V Park
Access to R V park
32.7
52.6
Photo
View from highway
33.0
53.1
Highway Roadside Turnout
Access to Roadside turnout
41.1
66.1
Highway Roadside Turnout Rest Area
Large Rest area, toilets,picnic tables, west side of highway
44.1
71.0
Point of Interest
Creek Crossing
44.9
72.3
Point of Interest
River crossing
48.0
77.3
Highway Roadside Turnout
West side of highway
49.6
79.8
Entering Community of Beaverdell, BC
Services, fuel, lodging. Attractions in Beaverdell, BC - Beaverdell Fall Festival.
49.6
79.8
First Aid Post
First Aid Post, west side of highway
54.3
87.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway Turnout, west side of highway
60.0
96.5
Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway Turnout, beside creek
63.1
101.5
Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway Turnout, east side of highway
63.9
102.9
Little Dipper Campground
Little Dipper Campground, camping, R V park, overlooking river
67.5
108.7
Roadside Highway Turnout
Large Highway Turnout, Rest Area, tiolets, picnic tables,east side of highway
68.4
110.0
Conkle Lake Provincial Park
Conkle Lake Provincial Park, 25 km's west, camping,picnic area. Total Number of Vehicle Accessible Campsites: 34 Facilities: Picnic Areas - Pit or Flush Toilets - Walk-In/Wilderness Camping - Drinking Water - Campfires - Boat Launch.
70.8
114.0
Entering Community of Westbridge, BC
Photo driving north
71.4
114.9
Community of Westbridge, BC
Westbridge,services, east to Christian Valley,
71.5
115.0
Point of Intrest
Bridge Crossing the West Kettle River
75.6
121.7
Kettle River Provincial Park
Kettle River Provincial Park, 87 campsites, access east side of highway. Facilities: Vehicle Accessible Camping - Group Camping - Pit or Flush Toilets - Picnic Areas - Drinking Water - Campfires.
77.9
125.4
Roadside Highway Turnout
Highway Turnout,east side of highway
79.4
127.8
Entering Town of Rock Creek, BC
Rock Creek, all services.The discovery of gold in 1859 sparked the biggest gold rush in the history of the province of British Columbia, with over 500 American and British miners panning the creeks and tributaries in the Rock Creek area. The rush prompted the building of the famous Dewdney Trail from Hope through to Fort Steele in 1865. Rock Creek became the supply center for Boundary Country.
79.6
128.1
Junction of Highway #3 ' The Crows Nest Pass Highway'
West to Osoyoos, BC, east to Grand Forks, BC north to Kelowna, BC. NOTE: For highway travel east or west via British Columbia Highway #3 ' The Crows Nest Pass Highway' See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - BC Highway #3 Creston, BC to Osoyoos, BC; for highway driving directions -e