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Myra Canyon

24.9 Km

Discover the most iconic views the KVR has to offer. This section of the trail was completely restored after the 2003 Kelowna fire and is more immaculate than ever. With over 18 man-made trestles, 2 steel bridges and 2 tunnels built into the mountain in just under an hour-long bike ride, the Myra Canyon trail is the perfect memory your family will talk about for years to come. Check out the lake view, the valleys and the crazy-steep drops off the trestles that trains used to go over. You can follow this trail all the way south to Penticton if your heart so desires, but there are parking lots on both the Myra and Ruth station sides, offering the perfect, year-round hiking/biking stretch. Many people snowshoe or fatbike this stretch in the winter.

To access this trail from Kelowna, follow McCulloch Road past the golf course to the Myra Forest Service Road.

There are currently repairs underway from Bellevue Trestle to Glenfir Station along the KVR trail between Kelowna and Naramata.

Local Accommodation & Food and Beverage Resources:

Tourism Kelowna

Trail Features

This trail is accessible for everyone.
This trail is accessible by bike.
This trail has at least one bridge.
Food & Drink
This trail has food & drink options.
This trail is accessible by hiking.
Trail is a loop
May Have Motorized Vehicles
Free parking at the trailhead.
Pet Friendly
This trail is pet friendly.
This trail has a restroom for public use.
This trail has water fountains.

Trail Difficulty

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