Baldy is located on the south side of Mount Baldy in South Okanagan, just north of the Canada-US border. Baldy has a base elevation of 5,650 feet above sea level, which is 2,000 feet below the mountain peak.
The towns of Osoyoos and Oliver embrace and proudly showcases their vintner industry, sophisticated resorts, championship golf courses, the nation’s warmest lake, and a wide range of cultural, intellectual and artistic experiences.
BMR is set on a vast and rugged landscape of hills and grasslands that invite hiking, mountain biking and wildlife viewing within easy access to the city. Osoyoos Lake, the warmest freshwater lake in Canada, is easily accessed from downtown for sightseeing and a full range of water activities. The backside of Baldy can be seen from Oliver and is just a short 40-minute drive from this town. Local access is via all-weather public roads from Oliver and Highway 3.