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SALMON ARM, BC

Salmon Arm is on the shores of Shuswap Lake, where the Salmon River empties into the Salmon Arm reach of the Lake. Directly south of the city lies Mount Ida, to the west Fly Hills, and across Shuswap lake lies Bastion Mountain.

Salmon Arm is home to the longest wooden wharf in North America.

Coordinates: 50°42′8″N 119°16′20″W
Population: (2016) 17,706
Elevation: 415 metres (1,362 ft)

Distance from:
Vancouver, BC = 460 kilometres (286 miles)
Calgary, AB = 509 kilometres (316 miles)
Kamloops, BC = 109 kilometres (68 miles)
Kelowna, BC = 110 kilometres (69 miles)

Shuswap Lake

THOMPSON SHUSWAP

Also known as the Shuswap Highland, the Thompson Shuswap is the transitional area that includes British Columbia’s foothills and the southwest lowlands that exist between the interior plateaus and the mountains of the Monashee and Cariboo Ranges.

OKANAGAN

The Thompson Okanagan or Okanagan Valley as it is most commonly referred to, is a region of British Columbia surrounding the Okanagan Lake Basin and the Okanagan River.