Rock Candy Mountain

Rock Candy Mountain
250 442 0892
Bx 997 Grand Forks, BC
V0H 1H0

  • Geology & crystal collecting
An introduction to Rock Candy's colorful minerals and mining history. You will collect gemmy green fluorite, banded purple fluorite, sparkling quartz and (if you’re lucky!) barite crystals. Access to druzy quartz and fluorite zones.
Trips are held every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday in July and August; and every Saturday & Sunday in June and September. We provide hammers and safety goggles only. No other tools are allowed.

Moonlight Rocks:
Our newest tour, where you'll collect pretty fluorite and barite samples in the cool of the evening, then find fluorescent treasures after dark. Trip includes making edible geologic goodies while we wait for darkness.
Saturday evenings in July and August. Collect all you can carry in one load. We provide hammers and safety goggles. Closed-toe footwear is required. Bring at least one flashlight per family, as you'll be hiking in the dark.

Join us for a fun-filled, 3 day (or weekend) family adventure, exploring how BC was assembled. We'll collect marine fossils, crystals, gold and gem materials as we follow ancient coastlines turned to mountains.
3 Day Trips start Friday in Chilliwack, B.C., or Wenatchee, WA and end Sunday in Grand Forks. On day 1 we collect fossils and agates, build edible earth models, and stay in Osoyoos. Day two we learn the secrets of gold prospectors, pan for gold and garnets, collect pretty copper minerals, and stay near Greenwood. Day 3 is spent at Rock Candy Mountain. Head home at your own pace.
Weekend trips start Saturday in Kelowna, end Sunday in Grand Forks. On day 1 we learn the fascinating geology of the Okanagan Valley, find pretty copper minerals, collect and identify many rock types, and put that knowledge to use at our campfire edible geology lesson. Sunday is spent collecting at Rock Candy Mountain. Return to Kelowna Sunday evening.

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