These multi-day cycling trip along the historic Kettle Valley Railway are designed to showcase the best the Okanagan Valley has in culinary, culture, flora, fauna, history and vistas. You will pedal through the famous tunnels and trestles the area is known for and explore the local vineyards and wineries.
Located in the south central region of British Columbia, you will bike the rail bed of the once productive Kettle Valley Railway. Bike through tunnels, cross over bridges and be treated to magnificent scenery. Cycle along cascading rivers, tranquil lakes and through pristine valleys and canyons delightfully decorated with farms, orchards and vineyards. You will have the opportunity to encounter a vast array of birds and wildlife, while enjoying some of the best biking trails in Canada. With rails and ties removed, a grade less than 3% is ideal for the novice to advanced rider.
You will explore some of the regions historical attributes such as Beaverdell and the Myra Canyon. Other stops include McCulloch Lake, Chute Lake, Oliver, Chain Lake, Princeton and Penticton. Most tours include a visit to local wine vineyards and wine tasting sessions.
Tours can be customized to meet your requests and you can choose your own duration. Both guided and self-guided tours are possible. You can stay in one accommodation for the duration and do multiple day tours or you can arrange an inn inn trip along a specific route. Possibilities are endless as there are countless options to choose from in the area. Design your own route for the perfect cycling adventure vacation.