This spectacularly scenic portion of the Kettle Valley Railway is well worth a visit. You can either hike or bike your way through this historic 12-mile trail (24 km round trip), which is comprised of 18 giant trestle bridges and two tunnels.
If you didn’t bring your bike along, not to worry you can rent one from Myra Canyon Bike Rentals. If you want to learn a little more about the history while you ride, you can organize a guided tour with Monashee Adventure Tours or Cheers! Okanagan Tours.
From Suite 370, it’s a picturesque half an hour drive through orchards, vineyards, and golf courses to get to Myra Canyon.
Keen to see more of the Kettle Valley Rail Trail? Check out a 360-degree virtual tour of the Myra Canyon Trestles at bcexploer.com. We also very much enjoyed the video below!
Interactive Map: Myra Canyon ~ Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Click on the side navigation ⍈ to get the list of all the trestles & tunnels, and hit the star ✭ to save this map to “Your places” on Google Maps.
We found the following fabulous trail information on the Myra Canyon Restoration Society‘s website. So if you are anything like us, and want to see more 360 virtual tours, learn more about the history, or find out the current trail conditions head on over to their site.
- Getting There
- Google Virtual Tours
- GPS Tracks & Interactive Maps
- Downloadable Maps & Brochures
- Trail Etiquette
Photo by Kristy Draginda @hikingtheokanagan
Created by Karen