Kettle Valley Railway – KVR – and Myra Canyon Hiking Trails

To view the Kettle Valley Railway – KVR – Myra Canyon hiking trails travel up McCollough Road in Kelowna.  McCollough Road travels past Gallaghers Canyon past Field Road and then turns into a small one lane paved road.  Stay on this road while you enjoy the views of Layer Cake Mountain and watch for a […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On August 23, 2009
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To view the Kettle Valley Railway – KVR – Myra Canyon hiking trails travel up McCollough Road in Kelowna.  McCollough Road travels past Gallaghers Canyon past Field Road and then turns into a small one lane paved road.  Stay on this road while you enjoy the views of Layer Cake Mountain and watch for a large sign on the left that says Myra Canyon Forest Service Road. Turn right onto the Myra Canyon FSR and travel to the Myra Parking lot after about 8 km of gravel road. Here are some views of the trestles that will see but remember, pictures will not even come close to the grandeur of this National Historic site in Myra – Bellevue Provincial Park!

Here is my Kettle Valley Railway – KVR – post with Myra Canyon pictures from before the 2003 wildfire.

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