In this video, our educator Breanne Walker, shares the benefits of having time dedicated towards outdoor education. At Unisus School, students in the Saplings Pre-School Program receive at least 2 hours a day of outdoor activities. Our 17 acre campus provides a unique landscape where our students can explore, learn, and play in an unparalleled outdoor playground.
Welcome to the Okanagan Valley, one of the warmest regions in Canada! Home to beautiful lakes and mountain vistas, the Okanagan Valley has some of the most incredible hiking you can find. Whether you’re looking for lush forest, canyons, steep mountains, vineyard or lake views, you will find exactly what you desire for an outdoor adventure in the Okanagan.
Top Hiking Trails in the Valley Include
Knox Mountain Park – Kelowna
Located a short distance from Downtown Kelowna, Knox has a wide variety of trails with varying difficulty, and distances from 1-5 kilometres. Knox offers stunning views of the Okanagan Lake from trails like Paul’s Tomb as well as the many breathtaking lookouts.
Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park (Teddy Bear Loop) – Kelowna
In this vast provincial park, there are many incredible trails of varying difficulty to hike or bike. Here you can witness the regrowth of a region devastated by the fire of 2003. Teddy Bear Loop is a moderate and steady 6.29-kilometre hike with unique scenery and lookouts with breathtaking views of Kelowna.
Angel Springs – Kelowna
Via June Springs Road, Angel Springs is a beautiful 11.6-kilometre loop through the lush forest of the canyon. Angel Springs is a fantastic trail to hike, bike or run as the dense forest provides a cooler temperature and beautiful views.
Pincushion Trail – Peachland
On this moderate to hard 1.8-kilometre hike to the top of Pincushion Mountain you will witness stunning views of the Okanagan Lake and Valley. On this trail you can enjoy the local nature and wildlife and once you reach the top of the mountain pose with the Canadian flag!
Giant’s Head – Summerland
Giant’s Head, a dormant volcano, is an easy 1.6-kilometre ascent to the top and has a wide variety of views of the lake, vineyards, and farms.Hopefully this short guide to hiking in the Valley inspires you to participate in some outdoor adventure here with us in the Okanagan!
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In this video, our educator Andrea Walker, discusses the unique aspects of Inquiry Based learning and what it means for students at Unisus. By taking an inquiry Based approach, our students are able to explore topics that combine perspectives that include math, science, art, and language. This combination enables our students to learn and apply their knowledge in a way that prepares them for real world.
In this video, our educator Charity Sembalerus, shares her excitement for providing students with an opportunity to take leadership in a classroom setting. At Unisus, we recognize that our students have a wealth of knowledge and skills that can be shared with their classmates and our teachers. Creating an environment where students are comfortable to teach and help others, will empower them to become leaders in and out of the classroom.
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