The trail is over 600 kilometres in length and is a popular route for hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding and dirt biking in the summer months. During the winter, some of the sections of the trail become cross country ski, snowmobile and snowshoe routes.
The shores of Okanagan Lake border many communities in the Okanagan Valley including Penticton in the south, Summerland and Peachland in the centre and Kelowna in the north. Because it is such a large lake it is home to many water activities, sandy beaches, parks, resorts.
Okanagan Mountain Park is a wilderness recreation destination located on the east side of Okanagan Lake popular for activities like hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, wilderness camping, horseback riding, boating and fishing.
Myra Bellevue Park is a 7,829 hectare recreation destination and historical park. The trail system in the park, the historical artifacts found along the trail system and the wilderness scenery attracts many people to the park every year.
Okanagan Lake is the largest lake in the Okanagan Valley extending over 135 kilometres long. At one point Okanagan Lake is 5 kilometres wide. It is home to many water activities, sandy beaches, parks and the mythical Ogopogo monster.
Bertram Creek Regional Park is a popular recreation destination on the shores of Okanagan Lake popular for swimming, water sports, canoeing, boating, hiking, community events, bird watching and wildlife viewing.
Big White Mountain is located northeast of the community of Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley. Big White is a year round recreation destination popular for mountain biking, hiking in the summer and skiing, snowboarding in the winter.
City Park is a green space park situated on the shores of Okanagan Lake in the heart of the community of Kelowna. City Park includes a paved path leading to grass lawns, playing fields, picnic tables, viewing benches and more beautiful lake views.
Mission Creek Greenway Trail is one of the most visited recreation trails in the community of Kelowna, BC. The 17 kilometre trail explores along the shores of Mission Creek passing through many eco systems.
Kettle Valley Rail Trail is over 600 kilometres in length and is a popular route for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding , dirt biking, sightseeing, history walking tours, cross country ski, snowmobile and snowshoe routes.
Mission Creek Regional Park is a recreation destination park and event grounds located in the community of Kelowna, BC in the Okanagan Valley. The is a popular destination for hiking, picnicking, biking and birdwatching.