Activity #4 Hiking
There are so many beautiful trails around Kelowna, suitable for hikers of every level. We will mention the ones that are the most picturesque/breathtaking.
Myra Canyon Trestles
Reward your soul with an inspiring half-day trip to Myra Canyon. This highly-scenic portion of the Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) runs along a steep-walled canyon. Originally built by hand at the turn of the last century, this impressive landmark is highlighted by 2 tunnels and 18 trestle bridges that are too spectacular for words. You can hike it. Or you can rent a bike through Myra Canyon Bike Rentals and cycle it. Or you can get a guided tour with Monashee Adventure Tours or Cheers! Okanagan Tours and learn all about it. For more information, visit the Myra Canyon Restoration Society website.
Located only 24km from downtown Kelowna (40 min drive to Myra Station). The road to up to the trestles is a gravel road, but most vehicles should be able to make the climb during the summer and fall months. At Myra Station, there is a large parking area right at the entrance of the KVR.
Kalamoir Regional Park
Kalamoir Regional Park is 27.6 hectares of beautiful trails nestled along the shores of Okanagan Lake on the west side of Kelowna. Each trail is marked on the map by entrance, so you can decide how complex your hike/bicycle ride is going to be.
Kalamoir park has a dog beach, beach and swimming platform for kids, canoe/kayak launch.
Kelowna Mountain Suspension Bridges and Vineyard
Kelowna has it's very own suspension bridges, which are open only during month of July and August from 10 AM to 5 PM. There are total 4 bridges: The Earth Bridge, spanning 400 feet and reaching cliff to cliff over a natural educational ecosystem, The Sun Bridge, suspended 100 feet over an ice wine vineyard and across to our landmark sundial, The Water Bridge (over 800 fee long) is sure to make your heart race before you arrive at the magical cliff walk, above the waters of our 100-foot waterfall, The Vine Bridge takes to you to the Serene Koi Fish Pond.