Monashee Adventure Tours
This is one of the most scenic portions of the Rail Trail. The Kettle Valley railway was built by hand at the turn of the last century. Along this route you will cross 19 wooden trestles and go through two tunnels that are built into the side of the mountain. This flat trail is packed down with gravel. There is a rental and tour service at the beginning of this trail in the Myra canyon trail parking lot. Along with accommodations and rentals at the end. Make sure you bring your camera, you won’t want to miss snapping some shots of the incredible canyon overlooking the Okanagan Lake.
Repairs are currently underway on this section of the trail from Bellevue Trestle to Glenfir Station along the KVR trail between Kelowna and Naramata.
Local Accommodation & Food and Beverage Resources:
103-1195 Richter St Kelowna, BC
Horseback Riding & Ranches, Hotels, Biking
Resorts & Wilderness Lodges, Horseback Riding & Ranches
9540 Chute Lake Rd, Naramata, BC V0H 1N0
Museums & Heritage Sites, Biking, Wineries & Wine Tours
Where do you access this trail from Kelowna ?
The best way to get to the Myra Canyon Trestles is by following McCulloch Road past the golf course to the Myra Forest Service Road. Here is a link with more specific information: https://www.myratrestles.com/trail-information/getting-there/
To get to Chute Lake, you follow Gillard Forest Service road to then turn on to the KVR. A map is included on this webpage. https://chutelakelodge.ca/
For both these routes please be careful of hikers and bikers.