KVR: OK Falls to Ponderosa Point
Downtown OK Falls
1 min driving from Downtown OK Falls
Okanagan Falls was named after its small twin waterfalls. Although they are no longer heavily cascading due to the flood control dam installed in the 1950s, the gentle rapids are still viewable at the Southern end of Skaha Lake.
On the West Side of the Okanagan River, you can follow a trail through the campground and continue out towards the park boundary. Along this trail lookout for birds, wildflowers, plants and wildlife. Animals spotted frequently include bighorn sheep, elk, bats, cougar, moose and bears.
Several fishing opportunities await for those interested, an interpretative sign create by the Okanagan National Fisheries Commission with information regarding this can be found by the campground.
|Trail Network:||Kettle Valley Railway|
|Seasons:||Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Difficulty Rating:||Very Easy|
|Difficulty Description:||A very east flat walk.|
|Dogs:||OK on Leash|
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|Duration One-Way (solo):||60 min|
|Duration Round-Trip (solo):||120 min|
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|Distance:||4.10 km (one-way)|
|Elevation at Start:||340 meters|
|Elevation at End:||346 meters|
|Elevation Minimum:||339 meters|
|Elevation Maximum:||349 meters|
|Elevation Gain:||75 meters (one-way)|
|Elevation Loss:||-69 meters (one-way)|
|Slope Up:||3.20% (one-way)|
|Slope Down:||-2.70% (one-way)|
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