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Paul’s Tomb – Knox Mountain – a Kelowna City Park hiking destination.

The Paul’s Tomb hiking trail on Mount Knox is open for bikes, hikes as well as folks with pets on a leash.

Knox Mountain is located in the North end of Kelowna B.C.  Drive or hike to Crown Lookout – the first parking area and gazebo.  Look for the Paul’s Tomb  sign and follow the wide groomed trail for 2km – one way.  Or see this map to park on Camelot and follow the steep hiking trail down.  Another option is to drive or hike to the top of Knox Mountain to the Gazebo and take the steep hiking trail down.  The Crown Lookout trail is most suitable for bikers or hikers who do not want the steep trail situation.

Paul’s Tomb actually has a tomb!

 

Pauls Tomb

Pauls Tomb

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Camelot Trail Head

Camelot Trail Head

 

 

 

Hiking Trail to Paul's Tomb from Camelot Trail Head

 

Knox Mountain trail to Paul's Tomb with benches to rest.

 

Paul's Tomb Trail on Knox Mountain has a few inherit dangers.

 

Bikiers Biking to Paul's Tomb on a nice wide groomed trail.

 

Pioneer Pavilion on Knox Mountain.

Pioneer Pavilion on Knox Mountain.

 

Great view of Kelowna city and William R. Bennett Bridge from Mount Knox.

Great view of Kelowna city and William R. Bennett Bridge from Mount Knox.

 

 

 

 

 

Two of many deer that can often be viewed on Knox Mountain.

Two of many deer that can often be viewed on Knox Mountain.

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Comments 4

  1. i heard there is a statue of ogopogo in the lake at the end of the pauls tomb trail. any confirmed sightings, or even better… pictures?

    1. Paul was one an Okanagan Pioneer and owned the land at Paul’s Tomb. He wanted to have himself and family buried in a toimb and
      he rests in the tomb that you can find at the end of Paul’s Tomb Trail on Knox Mountain. Great place to have a little picnic, if you don’t mind dining with the dead.

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