Experience Merritt BC Canada Adventures
This is cowboy country with backcountry adventures
Merritt's Planning and Booking Website in the Nicola Valley
Experience Merritt BC Canada adventures and activitiesWhile staying in one of our quality Nicola Valley accommodations! Merritt is nestled in the centre of the Nicola Valley where the Nicola and Coldwater rivers meet. The Nicola Valley is decorated with hundreds of wilderness lakes, rolling grassland fields, hills, trails, backcountry roads and ranchlands. This is cowboy country. Home to cowboy hats, western boots, country music and backcountry adventures.
Experience Merritt Summer Things To Do
Plan a visit and Experience Merritt though our hundreds of lakes in the backcountry of Merritt, BC. Some Nicola Valley lakes are easy access, some require an off road vehicle. Many of the lakes attract adventures like fishing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, birdwatching, off roading, camping, horseback riding, wind surfing, boating, water skiing and swimming during the summer months. Some of the lakes, the more popular ones, include drive-in wilderness campsites and horse riding baddocks.
Experience Merritt Winter Things To Do
Come and Experience Merritt in the winter and enjoy cross country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and snowshoeing. Trails in the Helmer Lake area north of Merritt are designated for snowmobiling while cross country skiers like the Kane Valley XC ski trails south of town. The neighbouring Coquihalla Highway which intersects with Merritt is a top snowmobile destination in the province making Merritt BC an ideal base camp for those backcountry snowmobiling adventures.
Experience Parks and Trails throughout the Nicola Valley
Some of the more popular Merritt parks and trails to experience include Central Park, Helmer Lake Park, Lily Lake, Lundbom Lake, Marquart Lake, Gwen Lake and Nicola Lake. Nicola, Marquart and Lundbom Lakes are the easy-access lakes in the region ideal for fishing, camping and mountain biking. The other Merritt parks and trails and places of interest are hidden in the backcountry regions of the valley accessed by gravel roads.