From the blue waters of Kalamalka Lake to the cliffs, forests and ponds, the rail trail will get you closer to nature than you ever thought possible. Even within the city, you can watch for Merlins, Buffleheads, and other birdlife at Carney Pond in Kelowna.
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Experience the unique culture of each community along the rail trail. Embrace opportunities to learn more about early cultures, and how life has changed in the Okanagan.
From the trails to the beaches and everywhere in between, endless activities and adventures are waiting for those seeking an outdoor adventure under the city lights.
The Okanagan Rail Trail is a place of legacy, connections, discovery and enjoyment. Every person who uses or appreciates the trail has the opportunity to be a friend to the trail – to give back and support the programs that will continue make the trail the best it can be.