Snowshoeing in Merritt BC

Nicola Valley Snowshoeing Adventures

BC Snowshoeing Maps and Trails

Snowshoeing in Merritt BC during the winter season is how many connect with nature as the snow falls. Come and enjoy our Merritt BC Canada sunny skies, snow-covered rolling hills and frozen lakes in the Nicola Valley. 

Snowshoeing Merritt BC Canada

Kane Valley Snowshoeing in Merritt BC

We have many locations one can snowshoe in the valley including Kane Valley (nordic area), Helmer Lake, Lundbom Lake, Hamilton Hill, Falls Lake and others. Kane Valley has trails designated specifically for snowshoeing only. Do not use xc ski trails when snowshoeing Kane Valley. That is a no no. Follow the signs and show respect for your fellow winter enthusiasts.  

Where are the Kane Valley Trails?

Kane Valley has 13 km of trails designated as snowshoeing trails. The Kane Valley snowshoeing trails are only 20 minutes south of Merritt, B.C., an hour west of Kelowna and an hour north of Princeton. The best winter access to the snowshoeing areas is along the Kane Valley Road which joins Highway 5A/97C near Corbett Lake, 18 kilometers south of Merritt.

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Merritt Snowshoeing Trail Etiquette

  • Snowshoeing is NOT permitted on groomed xc ski trails.
  • Informal bush trails may or may not be flagged.
  • Stay on trails. Follow snowshoe trail signs only.
  • No vehicles or snowmobiles are allowed.
  • Please pack out your garbage.

Please note: Snowshoe trails are not patrolled. Use at your own risk.

Looking for your next snowshoeing adventure? Come experience Merritt’s hospitality and welcoming facilities. Make the Nicola Valley your next snowshoeing destination!

Snowshoeing in Merritt BC

Nicola Valley Winter Adventures

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