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Excellent thermal conditions make Hope Regional Airpark a home base for gliding, or soaring as it is often called.

When the westerly winds from the Fraser Valley hit the local mountains, and in particular Mount Hope, they create strong upward columns of air which can keep a glider in flight for hours.

Gliding Flights

At the weekend, members of the Vancouver Soaring Association take to the skies and invite would-be enthusiasts on 20- to 30-minute orientation flights April through October. Get there before 9:30am to be ahead of the "let's try this" line-up and be prepared to get into the groove.

The atmosphere is uber casual with entire families camped out in tents, trailers and car top canvasses for a weekend of fun and flight.

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BC Buggy - Hope

Kawkawa Lake Resort & Campground
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L0
Websitehttp://www.bcbuggy.com
Toll-free
Phone778-549-1938

Take a Mountain Tour in a nostalgic Manx Style Dune Buggy. These buggies are fun to drive on the street or back-country & are well suited to access remote areas in the wilderness. The Dune Buggies are licensed & insured. Vehicles come in both 2-seat & 4-seat capacities that are rented for U-Drive or Passenger Ride Mountain Tours. Enjoy the fresh air experience in the rugged outdoors & visit some of the most scenic places in British Columbia. Select from a variety of Destination Tours listed on our website, or call us for more information.

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Yale Historic Site & Museum - Yale

31187 Douglas St
Yale, British Columbia
V0K 2S0
Websitehttp://www.historicyale.ca
Toll-free
Phone604-863-2324

Visit our 1870's 'Creighton House' museum where artifacts & collections from Yale's historic past are on display. Tour St. John the Divine Church (1863) & then step back in time to the Living History 'tent city' & learn what life was like in the early days of the 1858 gold rush. Try your hand at gold panning, take a historic walking tour or just relax & absorb the history in our beautiful setting surrounded by mountains and the Fraser River. There are several picnic areas & historic trails within the town. Pioneer Cemetery tours are also available.

Our gift store carries a wide selection of items for all ages.

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