Rail Trail Map – Vernon to Kelowna

The Rail Trail quick stats: 49.9 km in length max grade of 1.3 percent 24 km of lakeshore along Kalmalka, Wood and Duck Lake Connects Kelowna, Winfield, Oyama, Vernon and Coldstream Safe access to UBCO 23 Parks within 500m 22 points of interest within 500m Green Transport Corridors More Rail Trail Information, images, resources, studies […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On June 7, 2014
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The Rail Trail quick stats:

  • 49.9 km in length
  • max grade of 1.3 percent
  • 24 km of lakeshore along Kalmalka, Wood and Duck Lake
  • Connects Kelowna, Winfield, Oyama, Vernon and Coldstream
  • Safe access to UBCO
  • 23 Parks within 500m
  • 22 points of interest within 500m
  • Green Transport Corridors
  • More Rail Trail Information, images, resources, studies and reports
Rail Trail to connect six Okanagan Communities

Rail Trail will connect six Okanagan communities if approved by government.

2 Comments

  1. Charlotte Freeman

    Where does it start? Where is the complete map with the streets/roads? I want to skate it – but can’t find a proper map

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