Secluded Lake high above Kelowna in the Okanagan.

Not only has the weather been fantastic for trail building (see previous post) but the last two weekends have found me high in the hills above Kelowna searching for a secluded nature site on crown land.  I found this great little lake pictured below with no roads directly to it and no trails  that I […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On October 15, 2008
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Not only has the weather been fantastic for trail building (see previous post) but the last two weekends have found me high in the hills above Kelowna searching for a secluded nature site on crown land.  I found this great little lake pictured below with no roads directly to it and no trails  that I have seen yet.  So while the snow holds and allows hiking travel without snow shoes….go find some great places but remember to bring your GPS.

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