15 min driving from Downtown Kelowna
A relaxing hike offering serene views of Okanagan Lake, Kalamoir Park provides a walkway through the Black Cottonwood forest over remnants of ancient volcanic disruptions.
Wildflowers are in bloom during the summer and include Arrowleaf Balsam Root and Sagebrush Mariposa Lilies, the Oregon Grape comes into bloom late August. Prickly Cactus Pear and Poison Ivy are present in the park - please watch where you tread. The trail is also great for bird watching.
Birds are prominent in the park for birdwatchers and sightings include that of the Great Horned Owl. Bears and other animals can be active in the area, in 2009 a cougar was found and shot after attacking a dog. Dogs are allowed on a leash and there is a dog park located near the shoreline.
|Trail Network:||Kalamoir Park|
|Seasons:||Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Difficulty Description:||An easy lakeside walk followed by mild ascent and hillside trek.|
|Dogs:||OK o Leash|
|Children:||Ages 10 and up|
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|Duration Round-Trip (solo):||60 min|
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|Distance:||4.27 km (round-trip)|
|Elevation at Start:||344 meters|
|Elevation at End:||344 meters|
|Elevation Minimum:||343 meters|
|Elevation Maximum:||429 meters|
|Elevation Gain:||228 meters (round-trip)|
|Elevation Loss:||-228 meters (round-trip)|
|Slope Up:||8.90% (round-trip)|
|Slope Down:||-10.20% (round-trip)|
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