Kettle Valley Railway Trail, Okanagan Falls

(4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Avid cyclists and beginners alike can experience iconic scenery British Columbian scenery on the Kettle Valley Railway Trail. Cyclists appreciate this mainly flat and very well-maintained trail. The historic trail was originally built for the now-defunct Kettle Valley Railway and was converted to a trail in 1990 after the Canadian Pacific Railway abandoned the train service. Bring your camera, especially to capture the trail’s ever-popular section through Myra Canyon’s steep and verdant chasms. For Kettle Valley Railway Trail and beyond, use our Okanagan Falls vacation planner to get the most from your Okanagan Falls vacation.
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  • We were a group of 8 using cabins along the way and a group of 2 camping. We loved the biking and amazing views along the way. Kudos to all who volunteer their time and energy. The enthusiasm to bike ...  more »
  • This was a great tour. The volunteers work very hard to provide a family friendly experience. It would have been perfect had the banjo player played Crazy Train. 
  • A great ride from Penticton towards Naramata and beyond. Since its an old rail corridor the grade is always reasonable. The further you go the more you need a bike with wider mountain bike tires as th...  more »