Paddleboarders on Kalamalka Lake near Vernon

(Andrew Strain photo)


Transportation & Maps

Armstrong is located on Highway 97, which runs south through the Okanagan Valley into Washington State. It intersects with the Trans-Canada Highway at Sicamous 51km/32mi to the north.

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The historic downtown of Armstrong is compact and pedestrian-friendly with shopping district, restaurants, heritage and cultural attractions and centrally located parks. More shopping, historic sites, farm attractions and outdoor recreational opportunities lie outside of town and require car travel.

Winter Tires

Winter tires or chains are a requirement on some roads from October 1 to April 30. Road conditions at higher elevations can be treacherous even when excellent in the valley.

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