Lumby, British Columbia
Lumby, British Columbia is a small community of roughly 4000 , located at the northeast corner of the Okanagan Valley. Lumby is mainly a logging and agriculture community, but tourism is a growing trend within the area.
Lumby, British Columbia is home to a vast network of trails along the creekbeds, known collectively as the Salmon Trail and known as the gateway to the Monashee Mountains.
Hang Gliding and Paragliding are very popular in Lumby. The village has hosted many National and International events, usually taking place off of nearby Cooper Mountain.