Description Of This Tour
Oliver Mountain, forming a scenic backdrop to the town of Oliver, is home to a variety of wildlife and acts a critical refuge for a host of species at risk. Retaining some of the largest tracts of the endangered Antelope Brush ecosystem left remaining in the Okanagan valley, the mountain is a biological gem. Join Keith Baric, Parks Planner on a tour of Oliver Mountain to explore its unique features and to hear about some of the present management issues and opportunities. This is a strenuous hike meant for physically fit people. Proper footwear (e.g. above the ankle hiking boots) is required.