Skaha Bluffs is a popular mountaineering, hiking, sightseeing and rock climbing destination with towering and designated climbing routes. Local climbers have established good holds, anchors and bolts establishing a small selection of climbing routes attracting people to the Skaha Bluffs during the summer months.
The rock climbing destination is located on the east side of Skaha Lake, south of Penticton, BC in the Okanagan Valley. It is covered with challenging climbing routes culminating in spectacular views of the community of Penticton, BC in the Okanagan Valley.
The Skaha Bluffs is the best known climbing face in the Okanagan Valley. Some of the climbing routes include "The Belfry", "The Doctor's Wall", "The Elusive Edge" and "The Fortress". And many more routes including "Going Shrimping", "Beefmaster", Squeeze Me In", "Salvation", "Blackwater Fever" and "I'm Utterly Useless".
There is a hiking trail leading to the peak of the Skaha Bluffs. The moderate hike should take no longer than an hour to complete. The hike explores through trees, desert lands and sage brush before reaching a far reaching viewpoint.
Skaha Bluffs , Penticton, BC, Canada in the Okanagan Valley
How To Get To: Skaha BluffsThe Skaha Bliuffs are located south of Penticton, British Columbia, Canada via Valleyview Road.