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Crowsnest Highway: Hope to Osoyoos

What to See & Do between Hope and Osoyoos?

The section (246 km roughly 3 hours) of the Crownest Highway between Hope and Osoyoos has two main sections: the rugged mountains of Manning Provincial Park between Hope and Princeton, and the lush farmlands of the Similkameen Valley from Princeton to Keremeos and into the desert micro-climate at Osoyoos.

British Columbia Itinerary - Crowsnest #3 - Hope to Osoyoos

Hope Area
Hope Slide, 7km east of Coquihalla Junction

Hope is an important junction, dating back throusands of years. It is the point where the Fraser River finds a gap in the Coastal Mountain Range and can head west to the Pacific Ocean. Heading north, the Fraser River (and the Trans-Canada) enters a tight gorge which made for a precarious trip for salmon, the First Nations, European explorers in their canoes, and early settlers and gold prospectors. Heading north east is the Coquihalla River which connected to highlands in the interior of BC.

Today, travellers can drive west on the #1 Trans-Canada Hghway on the south bank of the Fraser River, the #7 Lougheed Highway on the north bank of the Fraser River, north on the #1 Trans-Canada through the Fraser Canyon, northeast on the #5 Coquihalla Highway, and east on the #3 Crowsnest Highway to Princeton and Osoyoos.

This segment of the Crowsnest Route, just east of Hope,  and just east of the Coquihalla junction, passes the site of the Hope Slide (shown right).

Manning Provincial Park

The highway then continues east past the Skagit Valley Provincial Park to the south and Cascade Recreation Area to the north before meandering through the scenic Manning Provincial Park, passing by the ski hill. The highway climbs over Allison Pass in Manning Provincial Park, which rises to 1342 m (4403 ft) and then over Sunday Summit, just east of Manning Provincial Park which rises to 1282m (4206 ft).

Elevation Chart for Crowsnest Route: Hope-Princeton-Osoyoos

Map of Crowsnest route near Princeton, indicating sections where truckers need to have higher alertness to conditions.

Highway 3 Hope to Princeton Map - BC Transportation and Infrastruture

Highway 3 Hope to Princeton Map – BC Transportation and Infrastructure, identifying tricky sections for truckers and large RVs

Highway 3 drops sharply, driving east ofPrinceton
The Similkameen Valley

Then the highway drops into the wide and deep Similkameen River valley, heading northeast to Princeton. Princeton is a market center for the area between the Coquihalla and the southern Okanagan. Princeton lies where the Tulameen River from the north joins the Similkameen River, which them begins its flow to the southeast. There are some impressive mountain peaks to the north of the highway, including the one that is home to Apex Mountain ski resort. The mountains hold the winter snows whose meltwaters irrigate the lush farmlands in the Similkameen valley.

Agricultural Lands in the lush Similkameen Valley

Okanagan Valley

At Keremeos is a junction northeast to Okanagan Falls and Penticton, and to central and north Okanagan. Around Keremeos are a number of roadside farmers stalls. Between Keremeos and Osoyoos are a half dozen wineries (and in the Oliver-Osoyoos area are another twenty!) As the highway starts its drop to Osoyoos, you have stunning vistas to the east, and then you pass Spotted Lake on the southwest side of the highway 9 km west of the highway junction (its on private property, so no trespassing). Just west of the junction with Highway 97 is a well-located and architecturally fascinating Osoyoos Tourism Office.

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Crowsnest Route Map Hope to Osoyoos

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0 Junction Highway 3 and Highway #1 along riverfront of Hope, BC. 107
Hope has many services for gas, food, and accommodation. Attractions: Hope Museum, Hope Slide ,Othello Tunnels in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park
1 Sunshine Valley Hamlet 106
2 Hope, BC Exit #173 129
gravel turnoff right before WB exit
7 Hope, BC Exit #177 257
7 Junction with Coquihalla Highway #5 261
North to Merritt and Kamloops
9 Nicolum River Provincial Park 345
This is a very small park with only nine campsites, so it fills quite quickly. There is a small day-use/picnicking area with picnic tables and parking area. Fishing.
11 Berkey Creek, BC 659
16 Old Hope-Princeton Highway junction (to NE) 734
18 Roadside Highway Turnout – Hope Slide Rest Area 684
Visit the historic Hope Slide. Two interpretive signs tell of the story of the massive Hope rock slide. The Hope Slide was one of the largest landslides ever recorded in Canada.
25 Sumallo Lodge & Restaurant 665
604-869-9669 Accommodation, gas, and food.
25 Western Entrance of Manning Provincial Park 684
‘West Gate Portal offers picnicking, day use facilities and hiking.
26 Lakeside Dr (N), Sunshine 675
Cedar Lake to N, SV Skating rink, community of Sunshine Valley Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins to S side of Highway. Sign of Historical Interest: Sunshine Valley Tasme Museum (about WWII Internment camp for 21,000 Japanese-Canadians) to S of highway
28 Engineers Road’ Historical Marker with Pull Out and short hike 625
By a gravel pull out, is the abandoned Dewdney Trail and wagon road built in 1861 to transport miners to the gold rush of Rock Creek. Work ended when attention shifted to the Gold fields of the Cariboo much further north. To the east, Twenty Mile Creek flows on the south side of the highway.
29 Scenic Pull Out – Sumallo River 639
The Sumallo River flows to SW of highway, with several . Pull-outs, which are popular with flyfishers trying to catch trout (BC fishing licence required)
35 Sumallo Grove Interpretive Trail 706
Trail walks and rest area. At Sumalo Grove, the Sumallo River flows into the west-flowing Skagit River
36 Rhododendron Flats Interpretive Walk 762
A short trail wind through vegetation decidedly coastal. The trail’s principal attraction is the rare and lovely shrub, the Red Rhododendron, which blooms in great profusion in mid June.
37 Cascade Recreation Area parking lot 807
to N of highway
38 Skagit River Pull Out 798
Highway 3 runs alongside both rivers as it journeys through the park, so keep a lookout for good casting spots.
44 Cayuse Flats Trail Head 1346
Hiking
60 Allison Pass Summit 1333
Summit elevation is 1342 metres.
64 Cambie Creek Recreation Area 1179
Cross Country Ski area. Cambie Creek is headwaters for the Similkameen River.
68 Manning Provincial Park Visitors Centre 1166
Tourist information, toilets, sewage dump.
68 Beaver Pond Trail head 1229
hiking
66 Coldspring Campground 1192
Tent/Trailer camping, picnic area. (64 Vehicle Accessible Campsites)
68 Gibson Pass Rd (to S) and Owl Way (to N) 1180
Manning Park Ski Area (8 km SW of highway), Downhill & Cross Country Skiing . Several lakeside campgrounds just to west of highway.
68 Owl Rd (to N) has Manning Park Visitor Centre 1194
Manning Park Resort has Lodging, Hiking, food, downhill skiing, cross country skiing,
68 ‘Lightning Lake Campground’ – turn off 1198
Turn off to Lightning Lake. Lightning Lake Campground has tent/trailer camping, picnic area, and swimming. Total Number of Vehicle Accessible Campsites: 143.
68 ‘Cascade Look Out’ turn off 1177
8km from the highway turn off
70 ‘Sub Alpine Meadows’ turn off 1138
Explore the sub alpine meadows just 15 km off the highway. In the Spring and early Summer feast your eyes on the abundance of sub-alpine flowers.
71 Monument 83Trail Head 1131
Access to RV Park and Bed and Breakfast
71 Blow Down Rest and Picnic Area (SE side of highway) 1133
Bridesville Townsite Rd. West end of Bridesville, BC
73 Hampton Campground (to NW) 1086
Bridesville Townsite Rd. East end of Bridesville, BC
78 Mule Deer Campground 1037
49 Vehicle Accessible Campsites
84 East Gate Village 1035
A small village where there is gas, food, and other basic amenities.
84 East Gate Village 1035
Service Station & food
85 East Gate: Manning Provincial Park 1035
The east entrance to the park is guarded by a wood carved sculpture of a large black bear. Camping facilities in Manning Provincial Park: Camping. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites. There are four summer drive-in campgrounds with a total of 355 sites with Showers,  Pit or Flush Toilets, Picnic Areas, Campfire, Boat Launch, Sani-Station/Dump. Similkameen Chalet (S side)
85 Garrett Rd 1011
Manning Park Eastgate Lodge (S side)
88 Similkameen Falls Campground 962
92 Placer Forest Service Road 962
Copper Creek Recreation Site (to E of highway)
95 Copper Creek Recreation Site 1287
99 Sunday Summit 1133
Brake check for trucks
99 Mine Hill Brake Check 1160
Bathrooms at this rest stop. Kenney Lake Reserve (to W) and Copper Mountain( to E)
114 Lakeside Camping & RV Lots 1136
115 Kennedy Lake Reserve, and Campsite 1132
Tent/Trailers, fishing, water, washrooms, showers, sani-station
115 Rest Area 837
Rest Area and toilets one side of highway
121 Paradise Ranch 702
Trail Rides
131 Ridgewood Dr (on NW side) 641
access to Sandman Inn Princeton Deerview Lodge and Cabins, Princeton General Hospital to N of highway
132 Burton Ave to SE, Vermillion Ave to NW 638
access to central business district
133 Junction with Highway 5A north, and into Princeton Business District 638
bridge over Similkameen River
134 Old Copper Mountain Rd 628
access to RCMP, Evergreen (motel) on SW side of highway, Princeton RV Campground on NE side of highway
140 Princeton Municipal Campground (on N side) 628
partial hookups, hot/cold water, toilets, showers, sani-station, phone
137 Princeton Golf Club (on S side) 625
Public Course 9 hole/par36
138 Taylor Way (on N side) 586
residential area, no services
144 Happy Holiday Farm (N side) 575
149 Wolf Creek Rd (S side) 575
150 roadside turnout on N site 575
view of Similkameen River
151 Princeton Wood Preservers (creosoting plant) to SW 575
158 Old Outpost Camping 575
162 Happy Days RV Park 575
161 The River House Retreat 575
164 Old Hedley Road and bridge over Similkameen River 543
cross Similkameen River
165 Pickard Creek Recreational Site 547
Camping, tenting, picnicking, fishing, wheelchair access
165 Stemwinder Provincial Park 548
Camping, Tenting, fishing, wheelchair access. This park offers 27 vehicle accessible campsites, including one pull-through site. Facilities: Pit or Flush Toilets – Group Camping – Drinking Water – Campfires.
173 River Haven RV Campground 554
and Old Mountain RV Park & Cabins
167 Pine View Campground 524
170 Daly Ave (North side) 523
Made famous by the discovery of gold in 1897. Attractions – Hedley Museum & Tourist Booth, Hedley mascot and Gold Mine Tours,
173 Hedley Nickel Plate Road (North side) 512
Historical marker: $45 million in gold extracted from the Hedley Mascot mine between1908-1955
174 Cluckchuway Indian Reservation 495
177 Rustic Campground 467
182 Riverside RV Park Resort 454
189 Wildlife Viewing Pull Out 457
Sometimes there are mountain goats grazing near this pull out.
194 American Railway Rest Area 425
An American railroad, subsidiary of Great Northern Railway, served the area from 1907-1914
196 view of Red Bridge (Ashoka Bridge) across Similkameen River, 416
on SW side of highway
197 Keremeos Bypass Road (to N) 412
Orchard View (motel) to S and Riverbank Vineyard and B&B to S
198 7th Street 435
Highway makes a street corner 90 degree turn in Keremeos
198 Ashnola Road 419
access to Sna?snulax?tn Campground (Pow-wow Grounds) 5 km to W. Cathedral Provincial Park 30 km SW of Keremeos. Camping, tenting, picnic area, hiking. Cathedral Park comprises an expanse of jagged mountain peaks, azure lakes and flower-dappled alpine meadows. This park offers limited vehicle accessible campsites. Facilities: Pit or Flush Toilets – Picnic Areas – Campfires – Walk-In/Wilderness Camping.
198 Eagle RV Park and Campground (S side of highway) 435
full hookups, sani-station, pull throughs ,tenting, all services
199 Junction Highway 3/3A to Penticton 404
Keremeos is on the Similkameen River at the junction of Highway 3 and 3A. Attractions include Keremeos Museum – The Similkameen Pow Wow – The Keremeos Elks Rodeo – Chopaka Rodeo -Riverbank Vineyard and B&B, Orchard View B&B, Keremeos Rodeo,
201 Becks Rd 403
grocery to NE and Hugging Tree Winery to NE
205 Twisted Hills Craft Cider, Eauvivre Winery & Vineyards 413
213 Ntamtqen Snm’na?m’aya?tn First Nation 427
Lower Similkameen First Nation
215 Phantom Creek Estates Winery, Vanessa Vineyard, Seven Stones Winery, 398
216 Chechella Beach 404
217 S’milka Vista Vineyards 381
view of the Similkameen River Iron Bridge to W
219 Scout Vineyards & Winery 374
221 Sumac Rd (to W) 464
Forbidden Fruit Winery (2 km S of highway)
224 Nighthawk Rd (to SW) 458
access to US border crossing
227 Frank Lake ( to S of Highway) 524
231 Richter lake (to SE of highway) 683
237 Kobaur Lookout Forest Service Rd 599
Historical marker about Spotted Lake
237 Conifryd Lake to S of highway 599
237 Spotted Lake (to S of Highway – private property) 480
Spotted Lake Okanagan First Nation
240 Historical Interest Marker and Lookout on NE side of highway 340
245 Meadowlands Dr (to S) 308
indicating Richter Pass, with a view of the irrigation giving life to the 45,000 acres in the valley below. Access to Osoyoos
250 Junction Highway #3 with Highway #97
Osoyoos Visitor Centre to the NE of the junction. Highway 97 north to Osoyoos Desert Centre (3 km N, open seasonally), several wineries, Oliver, Penticton, and Kelowna. Highway 97 south to US border and Oroville, WA
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0 Junction Highway #3 with Highway #97 340
Osoyoos Visitor Centre to the NE of the junction. Highway 97 north to Osoyoos Desert Centre (3 km N, open seasonally), several wineries, Oliver, Penticton, and Kelowna. Highway 97 south to US border and Oroville, WA
5 Meadowlands Dr (to S) 480
indicating Richter Pass, with a view of the irrigation giving life to the 45,000 acres in the valley below. Access to Osoyoos
10 Historical Interest Marker and Lookout on NE side of highway 599
13 Spotted Lake (to S of Highway – private property) 683
Spotted Lake Okanagan First Nation
14 Kobaur Lookout Forest Service Rd 524
Historical marker about Spotted Lake
19 Richter lake (to SE of highway) 458
23 Frank Lake ( to S of Highway) 464
26 Nighthawk Rd (to SW) 374
access to US border crossing
29 Sumac Rd (to W) 381
Forbidden Fruit Winery (2 km S of highway)
31 Scout Vineyards & Winery 404
33 S’milka Vista Vineyards 398
view of the Similkameen River Iron Bridge to W
34 Chechella Beach 427
35 Phantom Creek Estates Winery, Vanessa Vineyard, Seven Stones Winery, 413
37 Ntamtqen Snm’na?m’aya?tn First Nation 403
Lower Similkameen First Nation
45 Twisted Hills Craft Cider, Eauvivre Winery & Vineyards 404
49 Becks Rd 435
grocery to NE and Hugging Tree Winery to NE
51 Junction Highway 3/3A to Penticton 435
Keremeos is on the Similkameen River at the junction of Highway 3 and 3A. Attractions include Keremeos Museum,  The Similkameen Pow Wow,  The Keremeos Elks Rodeo, Chopaka Rodeo. Accommodation: Riverbank Vineyard and B&B, Orchard View B&B
52 Ashnola Road 419
access to Sna?snulax?tn Campground (Pow-wow Grounds) 5 km to W. Cathedral Provincial Park 30 km SW of Keremeos. Camping, tenting, picnic area, hiking. Cathedral Park comprises an expanse of jagged mountain peaks, azure lakes and flower-dappled alpine meadows. This park offers limited vehicle accessible campsites. Facilities: Pit or Flush Toilets – Picnic Areas – Campfires – Walk-In/Wilderness Camping.
52 Eagle RV Park and Campground (S side of highway) 412
full hookups, sani-station, pull throughs ,tenting, all services
53 7th Street 416
Highway makes a street corner 90 degree turn in Keremeos
53 Keremeos Bypass Road (to N) 425
Orchard View (motel) to S and Riverbank Vineyard and B&B to S
54 view of Red Bridge (Ashoka Bridge) across Similkameen River, 457
on SW side of highway
56 American Railway Rest Area 454
An American railroad, subsidiary of Great Northern Railway, served the area from 1907-1914
61 Wildlife Viewing Pull Out 467
Sometimes there are mountain goats grazing near this pull out.
68 Riverside RV Park Resort 495
73 Rustic Campground 512
77 Cluckchuway Indian Reservation 523
77 Hedley Nickel Plate Road (North side) 548
Historical marker: $45 million in gold extracted from the Hedley Mascot mine between1908-1955
77 River Haven RV Campground 524
and Old Mountain RV Park & Cabins
80 Daly Ave (North side) 554
Made famous by the discovery of gold in 1897. Attractions – Hedley Museum & Tourist Booth, Hedley mascot and Gold Mine Tours,
83 Pine View Campground 547
85 Stemwinder Provincial Park 543
Camping, Tenting, fishing, wheelchair access. This park offers 27 vehicle accessible campsites, one pull-through site. Facilities: Pit or Flush Toilets, Group Camping, Drinking Water , campfires.
86 Pickard Creek Recreational Site 575
Camping, tenting, picnicking, fishing, wheelchair access
86 Old Hedley Road and bridge over Similkameen River 575
cross Similkameen River
88 Happy Days RV Park 575
89 The River House Retreat 575
92 Old Outpost Camping 575
99 Princeton Wood Preservers (creosoting plant) to SW 575
100 roadside turnout on N site 575
view of Similkameen River
101 Wolf Creek Rd (S side) 586
106 Happy Holiday Farm (N side) 628
110 Princeton Municipal Campground (on N side) 625
partial hookups, hot/cold water, toilets, showers, sani-station, phone
112 Taylor Way (on N side) 628
residential area, no services
113 Princeton Golf Club (on S side) 638
Public Course 9 hole/par36
116 Old Copper Mountain Rd 638
access to RCMP, Evergreen (motel) on SW side of highway, Princeton RV Campground on NE side of highway
117 Junction with Highway 5A north, and into Princeton Business District 641
bridge over Similkameen River
118 Burton Ave to SE, Vermillion Ave to NW 702
access to central business district
119 Ridgewood Dr (on NW side) 837
access to Sandman Inn Princeton Deerview Lodge and Cabins, Princeton General Hospital to N of highway
129 Paradise Ranch 1132
Trail Rides
135 Rest Area 1136
Rest Area and toilets one side of highway
136 Kennedy Lake Reserve, and Campsite 1160
Tent/Trailers, fishing, water, washrooms, showers, sani-station
136 Lakeside Camping & RV Lots 1287
151 Sunday Summit 1133
Brake check for trucks
151 Mine Hill Brake Check 962
Bathrooms at this rest stop. Kenney Lake Reserve (to W) and Copper Mountain( to E)
155 Copper Creek Recreation Site 962
158 Placer Forest Service Road 1011
Copper Creek Recreation Site (to E of highway)
162 Similkameen Falls Campground 1035
165 Garrett Rd 1035
Manning Park Eastgate Lodge (S side)
165 East Gate: Manning Provincial Park 1037
The east entrance to the park is guarded by a wood carved sculpture of a large black bear. Camping facilities in Manning Provincial Park: Camping. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites. There are four summer drive-in campgrounds with a total of 355 sites with Showers,  Pit or Flush Toilets, Picnic Areas, Group Camping, Drinking Water, Campfire, Cabins / Huts / Yurts, Boat Launch, Sani-Station/Dump, Similkameen Chalet (S side)
166 East Gate Village 1035
A small village where there is gas, food, and other basic amenities.
166 East Gate Village 1086
Service Station & food
172 Mule Deer Campground 1133
49 Vehicle Accessible Campsites
177 Hampton Campground (to NW) 1131
Bridesville Townsite Rd. East end of Bridesville, BC
179 Blow Down Rest and Picnic Area (SE side of highway) 1138
Bridesville Townsite Rd. West end of Bridesville, BC
180 Monument 83Trail Head 1177
Access to RV Park and Bed and Breakfast
180 ‘Sub Alpine Meadows’ turn off 1198
Explore the sub alpine meadows just 15 km off the highway. In the Spring and early Summer feast your eyes on the abundance of sub-alpine flowers.
182 Cascade Look Out turnoff 1194
8km from the highway turn off
182 Lightning Lake Campground turn off 1166
Turn off to Lightning Lake. Lightning Lake Campground has tent/trailer camping, picnic area, and swimming. Total Number of Vehicle Accessible Campsites: 143.
182 Beaver Pond Trail head 1192
hiking
182 Gibson Pass Rd (to S) and Owl Way (to N) 1180
Manning Park Ski Area (8 km SW of highway), Downhill & Cross Country Skiing. Several lakeside campgrounds just to west of highway.
182 Owl Rd (to N) has Manning Park Visitor Centre 1179
Manning Park Resort has Lodging, Hiking, food, downhill skiing, cross country skiing,
183 Manning Provincial Park Visitors Centre 1229
Tourist information, toilets, sewage dump.
184 Coldspring Campground 1333
Tent/Trailer camping, picnic area. (64 Vehicle Accessible Campsites)
186 Cambie Creek Recreation Area 1346
Cross Country Ski area. Cambie Creek is headwaters for the Similkameen River.
190 Allison Pass Summit 798
Summit elevation is 1342 metres.
207 Cayuse Flats Trail Head 807
Hiking
212 Skagit River Pull Out 762
Highway 3 runs alongside both rivers as it journeys through the park, so keep a lookout for good casting spots.
213 Cascade Recreation Area parking lot 706
to N of highway
215 Rhododendron Flats Interpretive Walk 639
A short trail wind through vegetation decidedly coastal. The trail’s principal attraction is the rare and lovely shrub, the Red Rhododendron, which blooms in great profusion in mid June.
215 Sumallo Grove Interpretive Trail 625
Trail walks and rest area. At Sumalo Grove, the Sumallo River flows into the west-flowing Skagit River
221 Scenic Pull Out – Sumallo River 675
The Sumallo River flows to SW of highway, with several . Pull-outs, which are popular with flyfishers trying to catch trout (BC fishing licence required)
222 Engineers Road’ Historical Marker with Pull Out and short hike 684
By a gravel pull out, is the abandoned Dewdney Trail and wagon road built in 1861 to transport miners to the gold rush of Rock Creek. Work ended when attention shifted to the Gold fields of the Cariboo much further north. To the east, Twenty Mile Creek flows on the south side of the highway.
225 Lakeside Dr (N), Sunshine 665
Cedar Lake to N, SV Skating rink, community of Sunshine Valley Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins to S side of Highway. Sign of Historical Interest: Sunshine Valley Tasme Museum (about WWII Internment camp for 21,000 Japanese-Canadians) to S of highway
225 Western Entrance of Manning Provincial Park 684
‘West Gate Portal offers picnicking, day use facilities and hiking.
225 Sumallo Lodge & Restaurant 734
604-869-9669 Accommodation, gas, and food.
232 Roadside Highway Turnout – Hope Slide Rest Area 659
Visit the historic Hope Slide. Two interpretive signs tell of the story of the massive Hope rock slide. The Hope Slide was one of the largest landslides ever recorded in Canada.
234 Old Hope-Princeton Highway junction (to NE) 345
239 Berkey Creek, BC 261
242 Nicolum River Provincial Park 129
This is a very small park with only nine campsites, so it fills quite quickly. There is a small day-use/picnicking area with picnic tables and parking area. Fishing.
243 Hope, BC Exit #177 257
243 Junction with Coquihalla Highway #5 106
North to Merritt and Kamloops
248 Hope, BC Exit #173 107
gravel turnoff right before WB exit
249 Sunshine Valley Hamlet 59
250 Junction Highway 3 and Highway #1 along riverfront of Hope, BC. 599
Hope has many services for gas, food, and accommodation. Attractions: Hope Museum ,Hope Slide,  Othello Tunnels located in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park
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