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Knox Mountain Park

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Knox Mountain Park

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PS00011 wrote a review Nov 2020
Steamboat Springs, Colorado202 contributions97 helpful votes
We travel a lot and I can't say I've ever seen such a wonderful nature resource so close to such a large city. It is literally in town--we walk to it, but once you're in there it feels like you are in another world. The Pauls Tomb trail is spectacular--a great trail with an incredible view. We accessed it after walking up a short part of the apex trail. We did this many times while staying two months in Kelowna. In the short time we were here we saw a bald eagle, an osprey, many deer, too. You can make this as short or long of a hike as you'd like. Yes, it is well travelled but everyone is nice and says hello. Not a speck of trash around either that I saw, well maintained and people obviously are respectful. Fantastic resource that makes Kelowna a really interesting place!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Petite-Bouffant wrote a review Nov 2020
Calgary, Canada231 contributions13 helpful votes
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Knox Mountain Park is a 2km walk away from downtown. It is great to be so close to nature right in the city. We did an easy hike up Apex trail. The trail is one way and was quite busy. There are stunning look out points on the trail of the city, lake and surrounding mountains.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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CWT wrote a review Oct 2020
Ottawa, Canada287 contributions125 helpful votes
We arrived early and had no problem getting a parking spot. We took the Lower Apex trail to Paul’s Tomb. We followed this one all the way to the end and then backtracked to take Ogopogo (aka Gordon) up to the top. Our plan was to return via the Apex trail but we did not factor in that Apex is now one-way (covid) so we returned by the road. If I were to do it again, I would do it in reverse i.e. Apex to the top, Ogopogo to Paul’s Tomb and Paul’s Tomb back. Ogopogo was the only part with an ascent. This was a great hike with scenic views at the top of the lake and Kelowna.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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frugs33 wrote a review Oct 2020
Montreal, Canada84 contributions20 helpful votes
Did the Apex trail up to the summit. It winds its way up so it did not feel that difficult. Great views over Kelowna right from the beginning and all the way up. After sunset, saw many deer on the trail.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Hayden wrote a review Aug 2020
Ladner, Canada7 contributions
I love this if you need to walk go there, if you love looking at views go there this place has everything the walk the view of the whole city and lake
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Date of experience: August 2020
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