GETTING HERE | KELOWNA
Kelowna is a city in the south of Canada’s British Columbia province. It’s in the Okanagan Valley, on the eastern shore of Okanagan Lake, surrounded by provincial parks, pine forest, vineyards, orchards and mountains. Its downtown area incorporates waterfront City Park and a lakeside cultural district. More than 20 local vineyards offer wine tours and tastings.
KELOWNA | DISTANCES & DRIVING TIME
From Calgary 604km 7 hours
From Edmonton 891km 9.5 hours
Getting to Kelowna
Getting To Kelowna By Vehicle
Kelowna is accessible by a few higways:
From the southwest/lower mainland - head east via Hwy 1 or 7, continue north on Hwy 5, then north on 97C and finally north onto 97.
From the east - take Hwy 1, go south at Sicamous onto Hwy 97A/97, continue on thru to Kelowna.
From the north - shortest route is to go south on Hwy 2, using the Stony Trail exit to go around Calgary, then head west on Hwy 1 and follow the directions listed just above.
Getting To Kelowna By Air
Kelowna Airport (YLW) is located 10 minutes north of the City of Kelowna during non-rush hour times. You can see all ground transportation choices here.
The Delta Okanagan Resort has a complimentary shuttle service from the airport by Let's Go Transportation, a reservation is required.
Westjet: WestJet is pleased to offer 10% off the base fare* for travel between Kelowna and anywhere WestJet flies in North America. To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need the discount codes listed below. For details on how to complete a booking with these discount codes, please visit westjet.com/convention-discount.
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Travel from: April 18, 2017 to May 3, 2017
Blackout dates: April 16 – 17, 2017
Pacific Coastl Air: Service from Cranbrook, Victoria, Comox, Prince George and the south terminal in Vancouver. Please check their schedules here.
The Kelowna Airport is also serviced by Air Canada.