Discover the best top things to do in Pemberton, Canada including Pemberton Distillery, Pemberton & District Public Library, Nairn Falls Provincial Park, The Beer Farmers, One Mile Lake, Keyhole Hot Springs.
Restaurants in Pemberton
5.0 based on 33 reviews
Pemberton Distillery is a family owned boutique distillery located in the heart of the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia. We specialize in handcrafting fine organic spirits that highlight the character of the beautiful region from where they come. Discover the art and science of true craft distilling! We are open year round offering in-depth guided distillery tours and artisan spirits tastings. Join us in the tasting room to enjoy our award-winning spirits including Double Gold Schramm Vodka, the world's only organic potato Vodka, and organic Gin. Browse our gift shop for limited release spirits and specialty products.Please visit our website for more information. Contact us for information on group and corporate gatherings and special events.
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4.5 based on 324 reviews
My family visited this falls for the first time. It’s got very interesting old trees. The trail is shady with trees. It is an easy hike for those who are looking for just for fun hike with friends and little kids. When reached the falls, it is well fenced for protection. The falls looks great.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Farm Brewery in the heart of the Pemberton Meadows. Growing acres of golden barley and lush hop vines, we craft beer that reflects the region that shapes us. On-farm brewery with tasting room - enjoy a glass of the farm life.
I went here with a couple of friends while camping and it was absolutely amazing! The register told us a bit about the family story and it is a fantastic place to grab a cider at. Also shoutout to the Whistler Woodfired Pizza food truck for providing some solid food and entertaining conversation.
4.0 based on 10 reviews
Just off the highway, this is a lovely, easy walk around the lake. The boardwalk is well maintained and the trail is wheelchair accessible. We visited in October so we only saw 2 other people during our walk. If you're looking for a change from the Whistler circuits, this makes a great alternative.
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