British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
Lumby was an original settlement for the farmers and miners. These adventurous pioneers invested in the land’s riches and superb climate. Today, logging and farming thrives and keeps this abundant land open to recreational and outdoors enthusiasts. Murals, painted by various local artists, around Lumby depict some of the towns logging, mining and cultural history. The back drop of snow capped mountains, nearby falls, parks’ wildflower meadows and old-growth fir, spruce and fir trees create great photographic and wildlife sighting opportunities. Keep your eyes and ears open, you may just find Bald Eagles, Osprey, loons, deer, or (hopefully only a glimpse of) a Black Bear.

Population: 1,618

Wilderness Camping
Shuswap Falls/Wilsey Dam
Fresh Water Fishing
Lumby Museum
Hatchery Tours
Public Markets - April to October
Mabel Lake Provincial Park
Monashee Provincial Park a seasonal showcasing of flora and fauna
Echo Lake Provincial Park

Things To Bring:
If you desire extreme hiking conditions you will find them in the mountainous areas around Lumby. Excellent equipment, footwear, and supplies are recommended for exploring the deep wilderness.

Summer average 19 degrees Celsius
Winter average -2 degree Celsius


Lumby Accommodations

Lumby Things to Do