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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 2 May 2016 via mobile

We rode the trail from Penticton east of the lake into wine country. It was fairly level with a few hills as it wound first along the lake and then through vineyards. It was very relaxing with few users, and of course, the delight of...More

1  Thank DCanadian
Reviewed 7 April 2016

Quite a wide trail given it is built on a former rail bed. It is well maintained and well used by cyclists and hikers. On a sunny April day, the views of Okanagan Lake all the way down to Penticton and Skaha Lake were awesome....More

1  Thank Brian S
Reviewed 16 December 2015

I have the privilege of being able to ride this trail several times a year. It may not be a challenging trail, as far as difficulty goes, but there is some incredible scenery, lots of trestles, some tunnels, and lots of really cool history. If...More

1  Thank Dave B
Reviewed 2 November 2015

The trail was hard to follow at times as there were lots of side trails both up and down. the poison ivy markers were helpful until we got close to the falls and continued up instead of following the creek. We ended up climbing up...More

2  Thank scenicdriveroute
Reviewed 14 October 2015

This was overall a great experience when we finally made it to the top of the dirt road that took us there. Gorgeous views and really interesting terrain particularly after the big fire. You can see the forest rejuvenating. And of course the trestles themselves...More

Thank Intheknow2
Reviewed 12 October 2015

We stayed at the Bowmont Motel and cycled 4 different routes of the KVR right from our room. We cycled to the Little Tunnel on the Naramata Bench (our fav so we did it twice). This trail was approx. 40 K return. The trails conditions...More

6  Thank 59Sheryl
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Fantastic! Cycled from Myra Canyon section down to stay overnight at Chute Lake, then on to Penticton the next day. The scenery was great especially at Myra and the last 25km into Penticton. Make sure you take time to explore the rock ovens between Chute...More

Thank 1DustyDave
Reviewed 30 September 2015

Excellent . It is 1912 stream engine . You leave from a old railway station complete with the conductor in full old time uniform. They have guitar player on board. The trip takes 1/1/2 hrs. It is excellent trip for the price of $23 for...More

Thank laurances
Reviewed 25 September 2015

There is a great railway trail starting in Penticton from inside the grounds of Wright's Beach Camp, which is on the south entrance to town, on Skaha Lake. This trail follows the side of the lake heading south through the village of Kaleden. You do...More

Thank GrummanRV
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

Spectacular views across miles of mountainous country with an excellent flat trail to walk or bike. Just perfect for a few hours or a lt more time if you have it. Give it a go. You can even hire bikes up there.

Thank Ballyline
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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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