Chinook & Oasis Motel

1884 Gordon Drive, Kelowna, V1Y 3H7, Canada
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Princeton to Hope

by Honemooner

Anyone know if there's an alternate route from princeton to hope that doesn't involve Allison Pass? Mapblast is showing one but it's been known to invent roads. Let me know at xxshinsan1@yahoo.comxx (remove the x's) Thanks!

RE: Princeton to Hope

by mcgarrg&j

You can take hwy 5a North from Princeton to 97C then West to Merritt then hwy 5 to Hope. This is about an hour longer than hwy 3 (and hwy 5 is a toll hwy $15/car I think) but it is a very nice drive.

RE: Princeton to Hope

by ltt

just a correction, the toll fee is $10 for a vehicle (as of last week when i drove it)

RE: Princeton to Hope

by Carmanah

Oh the joys of Allison Pass!

Hwy 3 is the only direct highway between Princeton and Hope, otherwise, as previously suggested, take Hwy 5a. The first part of the drive north of Princeton will take you on a 2 line, very narrow, curvy cliff-side road overlooking the Tulameen River. You'll enter the historic mining town of Coalmont and the small lakeside community of Tulameen. Then the road heads along the western shore of Otter Lake before turning into a gravel road at the base of steep mountains whose cliffs are lined with loose rocks - somewhat scary-looking!. The gravel road ends becomes paved again and it ends up taking you through farmland in the Nicola Valley before ending up in Merritt. From Merritt you'd then back down the Coquihalla, climbing hard at first before coasting your way back down to Hope at 110 km/h.

I stayed in Tulameen last summer and Allison Pass was brutal on the minivan that I drove. I contemplated taking the secondary route but it would have wasted more time.

Either route will still take you through the mountains, with the Coquihalla route being less curvy. Hwy 3 is more of really-fast-then-really-slow highway, as it's very twisty.

RE: RE: Princeton to Hope

by mcgarrg&j

110 kmh on the Coquihalla? How do you not get run over?

RE: RE: Princeton to Hope

by Darby2

My first trip over the Hope-Princeton Highway was in 1962 when I took my motorcycle over it (actually just a Lambretta scooter!) I've travelled many of the back roads around her in the early 70s as well. At one time, before the Coquihalla Highway was completed, you could travel the Hope-Aspen Grove route over the old Kettle Valley Raiway line, part of which is now the Coquihalla Highway.

Travel Tips for Kelowna

Memories of gardens in Britain.

by dabidc

A clump of blue bells amid the many flowers and plants at Guisachan gardens, excite the memory of flowers from past years that cannot be grown on the Prairies.

The Gardens are a riot of colour in the Spring.

GREAT LOCATION ON OKANAGAN LAKE!

by balhannah

"PLENTY TO KEEP US BUSY............."

On a car trip around British Columbia, I had chosen Kelowna as a base for a couple of days.

It was a good choice.

We stayed at a great B&B, with a wonderful couple as host's, they were so

nice and helpful on things to do and see in the area, and how to get to them.

Kelowna is set in a pretting setting, having a range of mountains, and

large Okangagan lake in the valley.

Plenty of nice gardens, walks, orchards and vineyards, sandy beaches,

excellent view points and historic buildings, everything was here, we just

did not have enough time to see all!

The city of Kelowna, [pop 107,000], is the largest community and is located

midway through the valley.

Kelowna has miles of beautiful parkland, and several sandy beaches,

and of course the lake for boating, swimming, water-skiing, windsurfing

and fishing in the Summer months.

In cooler months, the snow-capped mountains entice the skiers, boarders,

snowmobilers and outdoor adventurists for cold weather entertainment.

There are Spring, Summer and Fall Wine Festivals with hundreds of

activities focused on wine making, tasting and touring.

That’s not all though!

If you are not an outdoors person, then there are galleries, museums,

theatres, a casino, artists’ studios,and lots of shops to keep you amused.

I think there is something for everyone here.

We really enjoyed our time here!

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Address: 1884 Gordon Drive, Kelowna, V1Y 3H7, Canada