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Getting There -- You can fly into Kamloops on Air Canada Jazz (tel. 888/247-2262; www.flyjazz.ca), which operates daily 50-minute flights from Vancouver, and rent a car at the airport from Budget (tel. 800/268-8900 in Canada, 800/527-0700 in the U.S.; www.budget.com), or Hertz (tel. 250/376-3022; www.hertz.com).

Kamloops is a junction point for many provincial roads, including the Trans-Canada Highway and the Coquihalla toll road (Hwy. 5), the fastest route to/from Vancouver.

There are six daily Greyhound Canada (tel. 800/661-8747; www.greyhound.ca) buses from Vancouver; the fare is C$56. VIA Rail (tel. 888/VIA-RAIL [842-7245]; www.viarail.ca) passes through on the main transnational route. Kamloops is also the overnight stop for the Grand Canadian Railtour Company's luxury Rocky Mountaineer (tel. 800/665-7245).

Visitor Information -- Contact the Kamloops Visitor Info Centre, 1290 W. Trans-Canada Hwy., at exit 368 (tel. 800/662-1994 or 250/347-3377; www.adventurekamloops.com).

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.