Boasting 50 km of trails and offering scenic lake views, the Okanagan Lake Trail offers a truly unique experience.
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.
Within the District of Lake Country, you can also find Heritage Markers developed by the Lake Country Museum and Archives that take you back in time with stories of cultural history.
Challenged with high costs and low revenues, Kelowna Pacific Railway entered receivership and ceased rail service in July 2013. In September 2013 CN Rail began the formal process of discontinuing the rail line running from Lumby Junction in Coldstream to Kelowna.