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Kettle Valley Rail Trail

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Kettle Valley Rail Trail

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Vancouver Avenue, Penticton, British Columbia V2A 1A7 Canada
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British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is bursting with vineyards, orchards, outdoor activities, and charming small towns. The latter offer wine-tasting rooms, fantastic restaurants, vibrant arts scenes, and resorts that serve as jumping-off points for adventures around the area. It all combines to make for a deservedly popular year-round destination.
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PS00011 wrote a review Nov 2020
Steamboat Springs, Colorado203 contributions104 helpful votes
We were lucky to encounter a beautiful fall day, but I'm sure this is beautiful year round. Really nicely maintained trail that winds along really interesting terrain. Very nice gradual grade would be good for biking too. Great to get outside and get a feel for the area.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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WorkToTravel123 wrote a review Oct 2020
Toronto, Canada791 contributions290 helpful votes
Different from the Myra canyon in that the pattern is more desert than forest. Lovely walk, easy path. No designated parking lot - we just parked on Vancouver Avenue. Beautiful views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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keenest wrote a review Sep 2020
Victoria44 contributions34 helpful votes
More attention needs to be paid to make this a truly world-class cycle trail. Much of the train (from Ruth Station to Penticton) is very sandy, and difficult to ride in. The portion from Myra Canyon Station to Ruth Station is good, and has 18 trestles. All terrain vehicles are allowed on most of the trail (except for Myra to Ruth) and sadly these vehicles ruin the base by doing wheelies and other stunts. European visitors would flock to this trail in droves if the agencies responsible would recognize the missed opportunity that the Trail presents to bring cyclists from all over the world to sample the wines, culinary attractions of the Okanagan.; Politicians: pay atttention!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John P wrote a review Aug 2020
Delta, Canada664 contributions85 helpful votes
A group of 4 cycled the Kettle Valley Rail Trail East to West (Midway to Penticton) and had a great experience. The trail runs the scale from pavement to gravel to dirt to grass to rock to sand. Some sections require your full attention to stay upright on the bike and narrow tires not recommended when doing the full trail. The Myra Canyon section is by far the highlight of the 200+ km section with its' trestles and tunnels. We camped in Rock Creek; Beaverdell; Hydraulic Lake; and Chute Lake before reaching Penticton.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mario B wrote a review Aug 2020
Vancouver, Canada1,367 contributions113 helpful votes
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What a fantastic bicycle ride . Only 2.2% grade so easy peddling up . Multiple parking Spots along trail or east bicycle from downtown Penticton. Thicker tires recommended as gravel travel. Very smooth until you get past little tunnel .
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Date of experience: August 2020
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