Star Gazing & Northen Lights
Enjoy the view ouside and watch the sky. We are fortunate to have many clear nights year round for optimum star gazing.
The best time to see the Northern Lights (aurora borealis) is winter (December to March)—with cold, clear nights and more hours of darkness. Prepare to stay up late: Around midnight-3am is usually show time.
There really is nothing like putting in a full day of riding in the wilderness to make you feel like an adventurer.
Kayanara is one of the last properties before you head into the wilderness, so you can stay with us, bring your snowmobiles and enjoy the winter playground that is the South Cariboo. There are many fun places to explore as you ride through pristine white powder.
Check out the links below for more ideas while you are here.
Cross Country Skiing
The 100 Mile Nordic is a volunteer-run club, operating the 99 Mile Trails just south of 100 Mile House, British Columbia.
The club manages two distinct trail systems on the 99 Mile Hill, as well as a warm and inviting Day Lodge, and two warming huts along the trails.
Snow Shoe Trails
If you have snow shoes, pack them. Kayanara is a winter paradise and has so many places to be explored.
We have 4 pairs of snow shoes for rent.
Mt. Timothy Ski Resort
Affordable skiing, amazing snow, no line-ups and diverse terrain makes Mt. Timothy the perfect mountain for your family.
1 250 396 4095
Ice Fishing season on Canim Lake runs from mid December to mid March, offering Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Kokanee and Burbot (freshwater Ling Cod).
If you're lucky you might meet someone willing to share their fishing stories of the area.