First Spring Hike in Kelowna?

As I drive to work each day I take note of how high the snow is on the mountains around Okanagan Lake. From the bridge the Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park on OK Mountain is the best. As in many years past, around the middle of March I can see that most of the Trails and […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On March 18, 2011
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As I drive to work each day I take note of how high the snow is on the mountains around Okanagan Lake. From the bridge the Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park on OK Mountain is the best. As in many years past, around the middle of March I can see that most of the Trails and Parks under the elevation of 600 meters or so looks to be snow free. So I ask which trail or park will be the best pick for a good hike before the end of March? hmmm, I think Rose Valley or Okanagan Montain would be a good destination since the trails might be dry …

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