- Enderby, British Columbia
official_name = City of Enderby
settlement_type = City
mapsize = 220px
map_caption = Location of Enderby in
dot_x = |dot_y =
subdivision_type = Country
subdivision_name = CAN
subdivision_type1 = Province
subdivision_name1 = BC
subdivision_type2 = Region
subdivision_type3 = Regional district
subdivision_name3 = North Okanagan
leader_title = Governing body
leader_name = Enderby City Council
leader_title1 = Mayor
leader_name1 = Dylan Davidson
established_title = Founded
established_date = 1866, by Alexander Leslie Fortune (first white settler)
established_title2 = Incorporated
established_date2 = 1905
area_total_km2 = 4.22
population_as_of = 2006
population_total = 2,828
timezone = PST
utc_offset = -8
latd= 50|latm= 33|lats= 3|latNS=N
longd= 119|longm= 08|longs= 23|longEW=W
elevation_m = 360
postal_code_type = Postal code span
postal_code = V0E
blank_name = Highways
blank_info = 97A
blank1_name = Waterways
blank1_info = Shuswap River
footnotes = Enderby is a city in North
Okanagan, in the Okanagan Valleyof British Columbiain Canada. The city is built along the banks of the Shuswap River, which connects Mabel Laketo the east, and Mara Laketo the north. Highway 97A passes through Enderby, running next to a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It is approximately 80 km north of Kelowna, and 130 km east of Kamloops.
The Enderby & District area is made up of the communities of Enderby, Ashton Creek, Grandview Bench, Grindrod, Kingfisher (Mabel Lake), Mara, Spallumcheen Indian Band, Springbend and Trinity Valley. They are connected by the Shuswap river, and cover an area of 2,108.46 square kilometres.
There is a variety of agriculture and industry in the town, including dairy farming, cattle ranching, cannabis and grain production as well as wood mills. Other nearby farms include more diverse animals such as llamas, bison, and deer. The eco-tourism industry on the Shuswap River and surrounding area is becoming very important.
Recreation in Enderby is dominated by outdoor activities, with boating, hunting, fishing and wilderness vacation resorts popular with Canadians and international holidaymakers. At the meeting of Mabel lake and Shuswap river is the Mabel Lake Resort & Airpark, and Mabel Lake Golf and Country Club.
To the east of Enderby is Hunters Range Trail System - a high quality
snowmobilerange (approximately 200 square kilometres of groomed & ungroomed trails), and the Larch Hills Cross Country Ski Trails. During the summer months they provide good biking and hiking trails.
There are an abundance of fishing opportunities in the area, with three well known lakes - Mabel Lake (Perimeter: 79.7 km, Elevation 395 m, Max Depth 200 m, Mean Depth 120 m), Hidden Lake (Perimeter 6.7 km, Elevation 650 m, Max Depth 46 m, Mean Depth 18 m), and Mara Lake (Perimeter 42.2 km, Elevation 347 m, Max Depth 46 m, Mean Depth 18 m).
huswap First Nations
Spallumcheen Indian Bandare regarded as being the original inhabitants of the Enderby area, they are one of 17 bands of the SecwepemcPeople, known by non-natives as the Shuswap. They have lived in the area for 10,000 years.
Latitude-Longitude: coord|50|33|03.0|N|119|08|22.7|W|scale:60000elevation: 360 metres
* [http://www.enderby.com/ Enderby.com]
* [http://www.secwepemc.org/ Shuswap First Nations]
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