Knox Mountain City Park now open.

Great News! It may be a bit lit but the snow has finally melted and Knox Mountain Gates are open and automobiles are able to drive to the top of Knox Mountain.  Of course, it is much better to park at the bottom and take a hike up one of the many hiking trails on […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 14, 2009
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Great News! It may be a bit lit but the snow has finally melted and Knox Mountain Gates are open and automobiles are able to drive to the top of Knox Mountain.  Of course, it is much better to park at the bottom and take a hike up one of the many hiking trails on Knox.

Get Hiking Trail Topography Map to Knox Mountain City Park.

Knox Mountain View of Kelowna and the Okanagan Lake Bridge.

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