Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan




Tourists and longtime residents alike will enjoy these walking tours of the Enderby area.

Jim Watt Heritage Riverwalk

An easy walk, the Jim Watt Heritage Riverwalk winds along the Shuswap River and is suitable for all ages. The Riverwalk includes heritage information posted along the walk and benches and picnic tables situated along the walkway where the most scenic views are possible.

Wildlife is commonly seen  here, including ducks, geese, song birds, blue herons, hawks, bald eagles, sockeye salmon, beavers and the occasional river otter.

Riverwalk website


Historical Walking Tour

Many buildings in Enderby city centre date back to the early settlement of the community. Heritage Building, Photographer not identifiedOf particular interest are the homes and the office built by the A.R. Rogers Sawmill in 1905, as well as several commercial buildings and churches downtown.

Drop by the Enderby Museum or Enderby Visitor Centre to pick up a self-guided tour map identifying the heritage buildings in Enderby and describing their historical importance.

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