Hiking Trails scheduled to hike with the Regional District of Central Okanagan

Take off on a Walk schedule – June 2009 – Regional District of Central Okanagan Tuesday and Thursday morning walks start at 8:30 am and last approx. one hour Sunday morning hikes start at 9:00 am and range from 2-3 hours. Please bring water and a lunch or snack. Central Okanagan Dog Parks Tuesday June 2nd […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On June 16, 2009
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Take off on a Walk schedule – June 2009 – Regional District of Central Okanagan

Tuesday and Thursday morning walks start at 8:30 am and last approx. one hour
Sunday morning hikes start at 9:00 am and range from 2-3 hours. Please bring water and a lunch or snack.

Central Okanagan Dog Parks

Tuesday June 2nd
Gellatly Nut Farm Regional
Park
Easy
Park parking lot off Whitworth Road
and Gellatly Road

Thursday June 18th

Mission Creek Greenway
Easy
Plaza area in Mission Creek Regional Park adjacent to parking lot at Springfield and Durnin Roads

Tuesday June 23rd

Woodhaven Regional Park
Easy
Raymer Road parking lot

Thursday June 25th

Mission Creek Greenway
Easy
Park parking lot off Hollywood Road south

Sunday June 28th

Stephens Coyote Ridge Regional Park
More Difficult
Werger Road parking lot (North Glenmore dog park)

Sunday July 5th

Mt. Boucherie Regional Park (future park)
More Difficult
Parking lot for Eain Lamont Neighbourhood Park off Lakeview Cove Road

Sunday July 12th

Glen Canyon Regional Park
More Difficult
Aberdeen Road entrance

Sunday July 19th

Philpott Trail
Moderate
Philpott Road off Highway 33 in Joe Rich

Sunday July 26th

McCulloch/Hydraulic Lake (around the lake)
Easy
From McCulloch campsite (McCulloch/Idabel Lake Road from Highway 33)

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