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Kettle Valley Railway Trail

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Okanagan Falls, British Columbia T0L1R0, Canada
+1 250-498-9194
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“chute lake” (20 reviews)
“myra canyon” (24 reviews)
“bike ride” (8 reviews)
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Okanagan Falls, British Columbia T0L1R0, Canada
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Reviewed 31 August 2016

The drive up to the start of the KVRT was reasonably comfortable however there were parts of the road which were really washboard (hard bumpy ridges which rattled the passengers and vehicle somewhat). No big deal unless you're concerned about your vehicle. The only problem...More

1  Thank Elaine S
Reviewed 23 August 2016

we rode from OK Falls to Kaleden - the trail is mostly flat and well marked with some "detours" off the original railroad route around private properties. Only a couple hilly sections. We realized when we hit the Kaleden to Penticton section - it was...More

Thank Gord H
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

Every year we do the KVR rail trail from Okanagan Falls to Pentiction and return. It is about 11 kms one way and is completely flat. The one way trip takes about 1 -2 hours depending on your fitness and the number of times you...More

1  Thank Okanagandream
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

Took the railway with teenage son. Serve was good, Banjo played Felix was great!. Views were amazing and the tressel was really high with white water rapid river below.

Thank KALemer
Reviewed 28 July 2016

no matter what your hiking activity level is for hiking the kettle valley trail is an easy walk. just remember to bring lots of water if it's warm to keep hydrated. Beautiful views from the trail

Thank Buttercup5687
Reviewed 12 July 2016 via mobile

While visiting Princeton, we checked out this trail. It's a nice easy walk to some nice views. We parked behind the Petro-Canada gas station and began our walk. Within 5 minutes, we came across a tunnel. After the tunnel was a nice bridge with a...More

Thank sowanman
Reviewed 9 July 2016

We so much enjoyed the Okanagan steam train and have already recommended it to friends. The train, rails and station are authentic allowing us to be time travellers back to the early 1900s. The scenery is spectacular and the volunteer train hosts couldn't be more...More

Thank elaine p
Reviewed 6 July 2016

We completed the 80 km bikeride that is sponsored by the Okanagan Trestle Tour Company - EXCELLENT adventure and a wonderful day!! It was so well organized with bike drop off, transportation, great support people out on the trail, followed by an amazing barbecue and...More

Thank hopesoro
Reviewed 26 May 2016

We did The Kettle Valley Railway Trail on May long weekend, from Myra Canyon to Penticton in a day, with 4 other families (5 in total), as young as 6 years old. The first 12km (18 trestles) was the most scenic part. Flat and winding....More

1  Thank ruthndul
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

The section with the trestles and two tunnels is stunning and an easy ride. There were a couple of spots with outhouses and benches in this section but not later on. Unfortunately the weather was cool and rainy for a good portion of the time....More

Thank AbbyPam
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bullfrog78
Hi, Ellie. What would you like to know about this attraction? Hi, im a bit confused. How long is the trail? some people take 6 hours one way. you did 24 km return in 4 hours? also where is it best to get on it and hire the bikes? some people say Penticton and others say Myra Canyon? We are bit time poor and running out of time but I really want to do some of this trail.
6 May 2017|
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montagnon484
any bathrooms along route
30 April 2017|
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AE D
Can one rent an electric bike? Would this be feasible? It is for an older person who is a good biker - but not good for endurance!
24 July 2016|
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Response from sowanman | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I don't know if there are any bikes for rent.
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