There are many rivers in Canada, and they are all very well protected. The water is clear and some small animals can be seen from time to time. Playing by the river in summer is a very good choice!
This is a long river surrounding Kamloops. Going along the highway, there are several viewpoints in the middle where you can park, each with beautiful views, but no toilets. There are still many good views on Highway 99 to Whistler, but unfortunately they are not introduced on Ctrip.
Although it was raining lightly that day and it was still a bit cold, the river and mountain scenery can still be seen, and it will not be affected by fog and rain. There is a lot of activity space around, so you can stay here for a longer time.
The town is alive with these rivers, and the Thompson River finally merges into the Fraser River in Vancouver.
Near Kamloops, the historic Tranquille Farm (Tranquille Farm) is a paradise for food and drink. The Farm Fresh Market here sells many organic produce. This fertile soil between the South Thompson River and Kamloops Lake has nourished the residents here for thousands of years. The farm was first built in the mid-19th century and even witnessed the gold rush that year. Explorers can follow the nostalgic tour of the farm, guided by the guide to visit the underground tunnels, the historical sites of the farm and the corners you can't think of, and it feels great to take pictures here! If you come here in autumn, you must play an authentic cornfield maze.
The biggest feature here is the perfect environmental protection and the integration of man and nature. The river is flowing slowly, the white clouds are flowing quietly, and the mountains are waiting for you to come affectionately...
If you are a person who loves nature, come to Kamloops, where there are the most primitive mountains, the freshest air, the cutest animals, and harmony between man and nature, without the hustle and bustle of big cities.