The Observer asked: What are your favourite things to do in the Shuswap in the fall?

Word on the street: What are your favourite things to do in the Shuswap in the fall?

As the air gets colder and leaves continue to change, the Observer asked people around Salmon Arm what activities they like to do heading into the winter months. Here are some of those responses.

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“If there was lots of snow I’d be skiing. I like to rake leaves actually before it snows.” – Ted Lucas

“I think just go to the gym, outside it’s usually cross-country skiing up at Larch Hills.” – Denise Cullen

“Hiking at South Canoe, it’s beautiful. There’s a ton of trails for biking, hiking, running. I’m there everyday.” – Hanka Mosher

“In the fall we have fires and visit friends and go quad riding.” – Wayne McBride

“In the early fall there’s still golfing, now it’s doing all the yard work, getting the leaves all cleaned up and other than that going to shows and watching the Silverbacks.” – Brian Turner

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