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Kettle Valley Railway Trail

Length: 80 km - 2 day ride.
Start Point: Myra Canyon Station near Kelowna, BC
End Point: Penticton, BC
Surface
Conditions:
Gravel
Difficulty Level: Moderate to challenging
Description: This is a multi-use recreational trail in the Okanagan Valley region that follows the abandoned and historic Kettle Valley Railway. While one of the most scenic portions of this ride is the 20-km section through Myra Canyon, the entire trail (winding over 18 trestles and 2 tunnels) is filled with truly breathtaking scenery for all to enjoy. Riders can also learn the history of the railway trail with the help of informative signs along the way.

Chute Lake is the half-way point between Myra Station and Penticton. You can even spend the night at the Chute Lake Resort located right on the trail.

The Okanagan Valley region is a fantastic destination for a weekend or a week-long vacation. Between cycling, hiking, visiting vineyards and exploring, your days will be fun-filled with everything this area has to offer. Overall, this trail is suitable for people with a range of cycling abilities, from novice to experts.

Click here for information on driving to the Okanagan Valley
Cautions: Some sandy sections. Exercise caution when crossing the trestles and Naramata Road. The area between Chute Lake and Penticton is downhill with a grade of 2.2%.
Accommodations: Kelowna, BC
Naramata, BC

Penticton, BC
Restaurants: Kelowna, BC
Naramata, BC

Penticton, BC
Events: Please visit:
Destination BC

Okanagan Trestles Tour
Additional Information: To learn more about the trail, please click kettlevalleyrailtrail.com

Looking for bike rentals and bike service? Please visit:
Freedom The Bike Shop
Fresh Air Experience

Bike rentals are also available at the Myra Station parking lot through Myra Canyon Bike Rentals, and shuttle services through Ambrosia Tours and Monashee Adventure Tours.

For a listing of AAA recommended campgrounds, see Woodall's Campground Guides, available for purchase at all CAA Stores.

For information about attractions, accommodations, restaurants and events in the area, refer to the AAA/CAA Western Canada & Alaska TourBook® available to CAA Members at all CAA Stores.
Map Link: http://goo.gl/maps/A5rIy