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Penticton is located in the south central region of British Columbia, in an area known as the Okanagan Valley. It is one of only two cities in the world that is situated between two lakes – Okanagan and Skaha – and the city neighbours the luscious vineyards of the Naramata Bench wine region.
FLYING TO PENTICTON
If arriving by air, delegates will most likely be flying into Penticton Regional Airport, conveniently located at the south end of the city and just 10 minutes from the downtown core.
Penticton Regional Airport services up to 5 direct daily flights from Vancouver and Calgary on board Air Canada, WestJet, Cascadia Air or Pacific Coastal. Several carriers also fly into Kelowna International Airport, which is approximately a 90-minute drive away and offers air service between major national and international destinations. Larger group transfers from Kelowna International Airport and Penticton can be arranged.
DRIVING TO PENTICTON
If delegates want flexibility and the ability to enjoy their travels, a road vehicle is the way to go.
Penticton is centrally located along Highway 97, which connects directly with the Trans-Canada Highway, and other major routes across British Columbia and Alberta. Penticton is easily accessed via the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) to the north, and the scenic Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3) to the south.