Myra Canyon Park, Kelowna

Must see · Canyon · State Park
Hike the trestles and tunnels of Myra Canyon Park, a scenic Provincial Park on the outskirts of the city. The historic wooden trestle bridges of the canyon are remnants of the turn-of-the-century Kettle Valley Railway, which you can explore by foot or bike. Watch for views of the steep Myra Canyon walls as you cycle or walk along the trestles, or get a guided tour of the area to learn more about this notable part of Okanagan Valley heritage. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Kelowna holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Myra Canyon Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Great point for hiking and capturing some of the awesome views from the hill top. The overall hike is around 6 hours.  more »
  • Not the best day for cycling so we hiked and Geocached instead! Well maintained trestles and tunnels and very picturesque! Disappointed at all the blue poop bags people leave at the side of the road.  more »
  • Very easy hike as it's all flat! Beautiful trestle bridges with some great photo opportunities! Beware if you head up in late summer/early winter that the temperature drops quite a bit and it is...  more »

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