Individual Trail

Central Okanagan / South Myra

85 min driving from Downtown Kelowna

This gorgeous alpine hike extends into the forest south of Myra and west of Idabel Lake. It offers a short but challenging ascent, followed by a beautiful plateau with meadows, ponds, and ridge-line views of the valleys. ABSOLUTELY do not attempt this hike prior to mid-June as the snow will likely still be covering substantial portions of the trail!

Basics
  • 85 min from Downtown Kelowna
  • Linear
  • 5.39 km (one-way)
  • 1.5 hours solo one-way
  • 3.0 hours solo | 2.0 hours group round-trip
  • 598 meters elevation (one-way)
  • Hard difficulty
Features

Creator: Josh Hoggan
Duration Class:Medium Hike
Seasons:Summer
Difficulty Description:A short and steep ascent.
Dogs:OK on Leash
Children:Ages 10 and up
Cell Service:Intermittent - Poor (Telus May 2015)
First Listed:2013-Aug-07
Last Updated:2016-Aug-14

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  • Fantastic hike! A word of caution regarding getting to the trailhead; the final 7 km of road ("unmarked road" ) before the parking spot is best navigated with a vehicle with a bit of ground clearance as the road is a bit rough in spots.

    Thu, Aug 21, 2014 7:53 AM

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