Tourism Harrison Newsletter

December 2020

 

Staying Safe &
Close to Home

Given recent public health orders, please
stay close to home and continue to
support your local community.

This is the time to experience your
own backyard like a tourist!

And, if you live close to the Harrison River Valley,
we invite you to explore 
our festive side.
 

Unique Finds

Handmade, Artisan, Nostalgic...these are
just a few of the words that will come to mind
when exploring Harrison Village.

 
Blue Dandelion Gifts and Collectables
Casa Lifestyles
Canwest Art Gallery on the Lake
Legends
Enchanted World of Dragonfly
Rocky Mountain Chocolate
Sasquatch Gifts and Souvenirs
Sticks and Stone

Other cute gift items can be found at 
Harrison Lavender and The Back Porch.

 
 

Comfort Bites

Our partners are constantly switching it up,
but we have some favourites to share!


Mongolian Noodle Bowl from Old Settler
Classic Schnitzel at Black Forest 
Pho Wonton Soup from Pho Ho Vietnamese
Slow-Braised Australian Lamb Shank at Harrison Corner Cafe

For a full list of what is currently open visit here.

Soul-Warming Sips

Whether you're looking to warm up
or chill out, you can't leave Harrison without
visiting  our charming cafes and coffee houses.

Sip on a good hand-brewed coffee,
indulge in a s'mores mocha or savour
 a traditional Holiday favourite...an eggnog
latte at Muddy Waters Cafe.

For those extra cold nights,
grab a hot toddy at Old Settler Pub!

Be sure to also check out:

Green Star Cafe
Harrison Corner Cafe
Island's Bar
Miss Margarets


Please remember that a mask or face shield must be worn in all indoor spaces and social distancing is still in effect. Our restaurants cannot allow seating of more than 6 people and everyone must be from the same government-approved covid-19 bubble. 
We encourage midweek stays for a more relaxing visit.

Hit the Slopes


Dust off your gear, pull out those snow boots, and get
ready to spend the day outdoors in the fresh mountain air!

Sasquatch Mountain Resort opens on December 11th.

Day tickets are now live along with Instruction Packages.
 

Upcoming Experiences and
Covid-19 Reminder


November 21st - January 4, 2021
Christmas Tree Trail

December 1st

Winter Nights Lights
at Pioneer Park in Agassiz


December 2nd - January 9, 2021
Victorian Christmas
at Agassiz-Harrison Museum

Please travel responsibly and
avoid non-essential travel. 


If you can't visit now, you can still support your favourite businesses.  Learn more about the 
Support Local BC Gift Card Program.

For more information on how
BC is responding to COVID-19, please visit  
HelloBC: What You Need To Know

And, review this page before you visit! 
Harrison Know Before You Go!
Harrison Hot Springs is far
enough away to feel away
from it all, but only a 1.5-hour
drive from Vancouver. 

Love the journey
as much as the visit. 


#justuptheroad 

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