From farmer’s markets to yoga studios, Kamloops provides a quality of life that one would expect of a big city while still managing to remain true to its humble roots and small town vibe. As the seventh largest city in British Columbia, Kamloops enjoys a unique ecology that is blanketed in over 2,000 hours of sunshine on average per year. The stunning landscape has captivated many popular artists and has been the subject of many famous paintings including David Langevin’s 1971 painting “Kamloops Daybreak”. It’s not surprising that the area has captivated creatives for a long time. The city’s unique mesh of desert plateaus, lush valleys, dense pine forests, and the dusted snow-capped mountains makes for an awe-inspiring scene. Search all Kamloops real estate by neighbourhood or price range below. If you would prefer to narrow the listings in Kamloops further, please click here.
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