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Sicamous, BC is a small town in Canada, at the northeastern side of the Thompson-Okanagan region of the British Columbia province. If you are coming in from the East this is where you would turn south to head into the Okanagan. The town has a pretty relaxed atmosphere, and is best known for Shuswap lake, where house boating is very popular.
West toward Salmon Arm, Kamloops, and Vancouver on (Hwy-1)
East toward Revelstoke, Calgary on (Hwy-1)
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