Welcome to Syilx Trail Gift Store & Gallery

The Syilx Trail Gift Store and Gallery is at the heart of the beautiful Okanagan Valley located at Lake Okanagan Shopping Mall on WFN lands, unceded traditional territories of the Syilx People. We are a diverse intergenerational sustainable community business that is interested in building relationships and partnerships with the general public at large to promote the cultural and artistic experience of our Syilx culture that we are so proud of. Welcome to November with 53 days left to shop until Christmas 2020. For your convenience we are now open 7 days a week 10 am until 6pm. Late shopping Friday until 7pm. If you would like a special booking for shopping with your bubble please phone the gallery at 778-755-5686 or email info@syilxtrail.com 

Shop Gifts

Shop Gifts

For your convenience we invite you to our e-commerce site. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to reach out and we would be pleased to see if we can accommodate you. 

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Blog

Blog

Please visit our blog page to take part in upcoming events and be sure to read our articles on the authentic cultural history of the Syilx cuture.

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Gallery

Gallery

Syilx Trail Gift Store’s vision is to showcase the Syilx culture through the beautiful artwork of our people. It includes the talent of painters, carvers and authentic handmade crafters. 

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Latest Blog Posts

49 Days Until The Holiday Season!

49 Days Until The Holiday Season!

November 5, 2020

We want to help you find something special. There is 49 days left until Christmas! Need ides? Ask about our customized corporate gift baskets. We have: Sterling silver ...

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Summer 2020 updates

Summer 2020 updates

September 17, 2020

The ...

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Authentic Local Indigenous Art

The Syilx Trail Gift Store and Gallery is at the heart of the beautiful Okanagan Valley located at Lake Okanagan Shopping Mall on WFN lands, unceded traditional territories of the Syilx People. Our mission is to prioritize the sale of authentic local indigenous art with WFN band members while educating the customer about the story of the artwork.