The list of things to explore at Baldy Mountain in the summer is growing, and so is our excitement to share them with you. Pair a morning of mountain hiking trails with an afternoon of wine tasting, in the Wine Capital of Canada, and you have the makings for the ultimate summer adventure.


An Okanagan summer adventure on Baldy Mt is a special experience. Explore Baldy Mountain by foot. Enjoy the vibrant alpine flowers, the un-interrupted 360-degree views south into the USA and east into the Okanagan.

Cool off

When the temperatures in Oliver or Osoyoos hit the +35 mark, it’s time to take a drive up to Baldy Mt, which averages 10 degrees cooler than the valley. Experience the natural beauty of the mountains at your own pace. The geological beauty of the area is breathtaking. The weather at the mountain is always on the move, providing a continual change of scenery, like watching art float by in the sky. Visitors have a chance to spot a variety of bears, deer, moose, owls, hawks and many other native flora and fauna. Enjoy the health benefits of visiting the mountains and breathe in the fresh high alpine air.

Wine Country

The Wine Capital of Canada is only 35 minutes to the west. Baldy Mountain Resort is close to lakes, wineries, fresh, local Okanagan produce, and many activities year-round. For a scenic experience, head east toward Grand Forks, only an hour and a half drive. Stop in the quaint towns of interior BC along the way and learn about some of the area’s history in more depth.

Seeing Green at Baldy MTN

Hiking in the Okanagan

Baldy Mountain Resort turns into a hiker’s paradise by the middle of June. Most of the snow has melted from the lower trails and the snowshoe trails are quickly returned to their grassy state. Hiking to the top of Sugarlump is a fun adventure for the whole family and can be achieved by hikers of any level. Hiking to the top of Eagle is a longer adventure, but completely worth the views. There are many circuits and paths that guide you to the summit of Baldy Mt. It goes without saying that you can take a different route back to the base. Grab a picnic and summit alone, or explore Baldy Mt with friends. Tag your Instagram posts with #exploreBaldy and we’ll regram your best snaps!

Accommodations and Rentals

Take advantage of great rental prices in the summer on Baldy Mt. During peak season in Oliver and Osoyoos, why not stay at Baldy Mountain Resort for a more affordable option, and play in the Okanagan!


There are several options available through third party providers all within walking distance to the lodge, Baldy Bar, and lifts. [Link to accom page]

Unplug and Reconnect with Nature

After a spring of hustle, once the kids are out of school, it’s important to unplug and rejuvenate. A natural cold spring runs beneath the base area and percolates within walking distance of the parking lot. Exploring Baldy Mt’s historic natural features often results in natural relaxation, comparable to forest therapy. By taking in the forest atmosphere and immersing yourself in all that Baldy Mt has to offer, you will unplug, relax and unwind.

Host a Summer Getaway, Yoga Retreat, or Corporate Gathering

Why not host your next corporate meeting, strategy session, friend and family getaway, or yoga retreat right here on idyllic Baldy Mountain? Take a step away from the hustle and bustle of the everyday, and rent the mountain for your private meeting or event. With all the amenities you’ll need, you can bring your group up to Baldy Mountain and be sure you’ll have the privacy and quiet to make your getaway productive and inspiring.

Gaze at the Night Sky

If you’ve never had the chance to get away from it all and sit under a night sky, then Baldy Mt is the place to be during the warm summer nights. After a day exploring the delicious fruit stands, wineries, and lakes of the Okanagan, grab your picnic blanket and one of those bottles of wine and head out on Baldy Mt at night for some of the finest stargazing available. The remote location of Baldy Mt makes it the perfect place to see a spectacular star show; and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a shooting star or two!


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