SageBrush Tours is a full-service nature-based tour company that offers wine tours, nature tours, cycling tours, ski shuttles, and wedding shuttles.
Frank is an experienced and passionate wine tour guide. His family is from the Okanagan Valley and Frank knows wine. He has been to more wineries than you can imagine, meeting with the owners, tasting their wine, learning about their vines and their vision. From large to boutique wineries, Frank knows them all. He can't wait to share the world-famous Okanagan Valley wine tasting experience with you!
Carol is the co-founder of Sagebrush Tours and its vice president. She is a native Calgarian and a professional biologist who has spent time tromping around the foothills of Alberta riding horses, skiing, watching birds, camping, and backpacking. She is skilled at understanding human-wildlife interaction, wildlife management, and wildlife tracking. Her wish is to combine her skills in ecology and wildlife to connect people with nature in the Rockies and the Okanagan Valley of Canada.
We had Frank as a wine tour guide for our perfect day! He had the knowledge of the valley and was very informative for the duration of the trip. He was helpful along each stop when he described the unique attributes of the wineries. Frank also showed us tourist spots along the way. We would definitely recommend booking with Sage Brush Tours for anyone looking for a nice afternoon in the valley!
Prompt, courteous, affordable, punctual! The vehicle was very comfortable with lots of room for luggage and people. Professional and knowledgeable driver. Very easy to book with and good communication. I would highly recommend this company and would definitely book with them again!
a traveler United States
A walk through a walk through an open pine forest on a sunny day. What could be better? Although the Sagebrush website speaks about wildlife our walk did not see a single animal and only a few common birds. Such is luck of the day. The absence of wildlife did not degrade the joy of walk and the conversations with Frank, our guide. One issue -- a few scattered and short stretches of the path are a scramble uphill over rocks; if you have agility/balance problems bring a walking stick.