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Plan Your Visit to Myra Canyon

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

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Myra Canyon is a National Historic Site and part of the Kettle Valley Rail Trail.

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

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The trail is approximately 40 minutes from downtown Kelowna, accessed via the Myra or Little White Forest Service Roads.

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Myra Forest Service Road

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The forest service roads to access the trail are dirt/gravel roads. During the late spring, summer, and early fall, the roads are easily accessible by most vehicles. During the early spring, the road can be quite muddy, while in the winter, there can be a lot of snow accumulation. Myra Forest Service Road is the recommended road access during early spring, late fall, and winter. Depending on the road conditions, an All-Wheel Drive or 4 x 4 vehicle may be required.

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While travelling the scenic trail, visitors will cross 18 trestles and go through 2 tunnels.

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

4.7 star(163 Google reviews)

Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Kelowna, BC

As part of an old railway line, Myra Canyon is quite flat, making it an option for people of all ages and abilities. The trail is 12 km one-way; when starting at the Myra Station, it is approximately 1 km to the first trestle. Individuals looking for adaptive equipment or transportation can reach out to CRIS Adaptive Adventures or People in Motion.

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From early-May to mid-October, sign up for a guided bike tour or rent bikes to tour the trail on your own.

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

4.7 star(163 Google reviews)

Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Kelowna, BC

If you are transporting yourself to the trailhead, bike rentals are available in the parking lot at the Myra Station. The tour companies also offer transportation to the trail for those who require it. Myra Canyon is not accessible via public transportation.

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In the fall, enjoy the beauty of the Western Larch trees as their needles transform into a golden yellow hue.

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

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Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Kelowna, BC

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In the winter, snowshoe, hike, or fat bike across the trestles, taking in the magic of the snowy wonderland.

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

4.7 star(163 Google reviews)

Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Kelowna, BC

In the winter, there can be a lot of snow accumulation on the roads up to the trail and on the trail itself. Myra Forest Service Road is the recommended road access during the winter. Depending on the road conditions, an All-Wheel Drive or 4 x 4 vehicle may be required.

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A trip to Myra Canyon is one you won't soon forget!

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Myra Canyon Trestles - Myra Station

4.7 star(163 Google reviews)

Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Kelowna, BC

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