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Trail Conditions
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  • Snow Groomed
  • Snow Packed
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  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Dry
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  • Stairs Stairs
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      South Okanagan; Summerland, Penticton, Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Osoyoos

      The climate and ambience of the South Okanagan invites visitors to come and spend long days relaxing on the sandy beaches. Whether you're here to sail for a day, or camp for week, there's something accommodating for everyone. Wine is such a big part of life here that there's a wine festival every season. This is where people come to participate in numerous tasting banquets and special events.

      Penticton, located on Hwy 97, is one of Canada's best-loved vacation spots. Cradled within three trimmed mountain slopes, dramatic clay cliffs and bordered by Okanagan and Skaha Lakes, Penticton & Wine Country has the natural beauty vacationers seek. The semi-arid desert climate creates long, hot, sunny summers and mild, pleasant winters.

      Winter recreation is first-class at Apex Mountain, just a short drive from Penticton. The diverse terrain and intimate village keep guests coming back for more. Come summer, trade your skis for hiking boots, mountain bikes or climbing equipment. Hike through alpine meadows or mountain bike multi-level terrain from gentle trails to world-class single track. The ultimate scenic mountain biking trials are along the Kettle Valley Railway bed. Trails wind gently down the hillside into old growth Ponderosa Pine and lush orchards and vineyards. Skaha Bluffs, rated world class within the industry, is a rock climber's favorite. Situated on the southeast edge of Penticton, the naturally occurring escarpments offer 700 sport-climbing routes to explore with or without a guide.

      The climate that makes vacationing in Penticton a dream is also what nurtures its superb agriculture and wine industry. More than 40 wineries welcome visitors to tour their vineyards and taste world-class vintages. Penticton is also proud to be the home of British Columbia's Wine Information Centre, featuring more than 300 varieties of VQA wine from around BC.

      Some of the best skiing in North America can be found at Apex Mountain Resort. Unique for its dry Okanagan powder and its emphasis on personal attention, this mountain caters to those who want to find a winter haven. All 450 hectares and 67 runs of magnificent fall line skiing and boarding are accessible after a short 6-minute ride on the high-speed quad lift. Along with amazing skiing and snowboarding, you will also find sleigh rides, snowmobile tours, snowshoeing, an outdoor hockey rink, an illuminated skating loop through the trees and a tube park complete with its own tow.

      Summerland is located in the heart of the Okanagan fruit belt just north of Penticton. It is a spectacular place offering visitors over 2,000 hours of sunshine annually, as well as an incredible landscape of rolling hills, sagebrush and pine, lush orchards and vineyards. Here you'll find some of the best beaches in the Okanagan. Peach Orchard Beach has a water park and boating facilities and there's Okanagan Provincial Park and Sun Oka Beach Provincial Park which has a white mile of sandy shoreline. The warm climate also allows for some great golfing on the two local courses.

      A "must-do" when visiting Summerland is a trip to the Kettle Valley Steam Railway. The great Train Robbery theme is a hoot as the Garnett Valley Gang rides out of the hills to rob passengers for local charities. To view the Kettle Valley Railway Bridge, visit the Summerland Ornamental Gardens, a 6-hectare historical garden featuring xeriscape plantings plus the Agricultural Museum. Summerland is proud of its downtown - one of the most charming and certainly unique towns in the Okanagan. Old England comes alive with Tudor revival architecture, ornate iron lamp posts, colorful hanging baskets and street side banners. There's even a Town Crier complete with bell and traditional "oyez" who heralds the community's year-round festivals and events. With pottery studio tours, and an Art Gallery featuring local artists and a resident theatre group, Summerland is a thriving arts community too.

      At the very southern end of the South Okanagan, near the US border, there's the bustling town of Osoyoos. Renowned for being situated in the middle of Canada's only true desert, it is considered to be the oasis of the desert landscape. It's also where you will find the warmest freshwater lake in all of Canada, Osoyoos Lake. In and around Osoyoos, low rainfall and sandy soil create a desert environment that is home to over 30% of BC's threatened and endangered wildlife, rare insects and plants. You can view this ecologically sensitive desert area at Cathedral Provincial Park. Vacationers flock here year after year making it one of the Okanagan's favorite summertime destinations. Spring comes early, fall stays late and the mild winters and friendly small town atmosphere make it the perfect place for "snowbirds" seeking respite from harsher weather elsewhere.

      For those looking for a little more activity, the 27-hole championship golf course is open most of the year and comes complete with a million dollar view of the valley. In Osoyoos, you can rent bikes and ride the trials, or lace up your hiking boots and explore the hills. With the warm lake, water sports and boating are a natural fit. And there's plenty of fun and amusement for the whole family during summer. For those winter enthusiasts, Mt. Baldy Ski Resort and McKinney Cross-Country trails are a short drive away.

      Located in the Okanagan's best wine growing area, Osoyoos is also home to North America's first aboriginal owned winery, Nk'Mip Cellars, where the view from the patio encourages you to linger over a glass of Chardonnay on a warm fall day.
      Region Details
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      Region Status
      Caution as of Oct 20, 2019


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      Trails Mountain Bike
      Trails E-Bike
      Trails Hike
      Trails Trail Running
      Trails Horse
      Trails ATV/ORV/OHV
      Trails Snowmobile
      Trails Nordic Ski
      Total Distance
      535 miles
      Total Descent
      118,825 ft
      Total Vertical
      6,301 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      7,212 ft
      Ridden Counter

      Popular Trail Networks

      Three Blind Mice 12 45 15 1
      Campbell Mountain 19 17
      Carmi 8 3 6 1
      Apex and Surroundings 1 9 13
      Wiltse 1 6 4 2
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      Popular South Okanagan Mountain Biking Trails

      Tsweet Tsue
      Three Blind Mice
      Poplar to Pearly Gates.
      Three Blind Mice
      Yellow Brick Road
      Three Blind Mice
      Roller Coaster
      Three Blind Mice
      Roller Connector
      Three Blind Mice
      Neverland - Lower
      Three Blind Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      Test of Humanity Trail
      Cartwright Mountain
      Suffer'n to DQ
      Campbell Mountain
      Flow Coaster
      Three Blind Mice
      Drops A Lot
      Three Blind Mice

      South Okanagan Mountain Bike Routes

      Lookout Loop
      Campbell Mountain
      8 miles
      Intermediate Tour de Mice
      Three Blind Mice
      11 miles
      Three Blind Mice
      5 miles
      Wiltse Climax XC Adventure
      9 miles
      3 Blind Mice - Riddle Road Start (618m climb, 15km)
      Three Blind Mice
      9 miles
      Penticton Ultimate
      Three Blind Mice
      30 miles
      Mice - Drops/Slabs
      Three Blind Mice
      11 miles
      Mice Drops, Bronco Slabs
      Three Blind Mice
      17 miles
      Proposed PACA Toonie Short Course
      Campbell Mountain
      6 miles
      Penticton To Little Tunnel
      Esplanade Trail Network
      14 miles

      Recent Ridelog Activity in Region

      • 11 rides
      • 7 miles avg distance
      • 13 rides
      • 11 miles avg distance
      Past Week
      • 88 rides
      • 10 miles avg distance

      Photos of South Okanagan Mountain Bike

      trail: Drops A Lot
      319 |
      Jan 23, 2018 @ 5:06pm
      Jan 23, 2018
      trail: Slabs
      523 |
      Jan 23, 2018 @ 5:05pm
      Jan 23, 2018
      trail: Bronco
      200 |
      May 25, 2017 @ 8:05pm
      May 25, 2017
      trail: Slabs
      233 |
      Oct 3, 2016 @ 8:18am
      Oct 3, 2016

      Videos of South Okanagan Mountain Bike

      Flow Coaster
      2:46 | 156 | Jul 16, 2019
      Tsweet Tsue
      1:50 | 23 | Jul 13, 2019
      2:05 | 36 | Jun 22, 2019
      Rock Launch on Tricky bits
      0:08 | 141 | Mar 23, 2019

      Current Trail Warnings

      East side service road
      Campbell Mountain
      Oct 17, 2019 @ 2:59pm
      Oct 17, 2019
      Drylivetheocean Big tree down, blocking east side service...
      KVR - Penticton West (Channel Corridor)
      Oct 5, 2019 @ 9:59pm
      Oct 5, 2019
      DryspatialguruPlease delete - never been a real trail...
      Rainbow Blue Bypass
      Three Blind Mice
      Sep 28, 2019 @ 8:19pm
      Sep 28, 2019
      Prevalent MudCrapalier PACA CLOSED. Dirt needs to set up before...

      Recent Trail Reports

      Activity Feed

      user #102476topsogaddphotoCaroline at Peat Bog in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada
      Oct 23, 2019 @ 11:12am
      5 hours
      user #102476topsogaddphotonone at Peat Bog in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada and 2 more
      Oct 22, 2019 @ 11:11am
      1 days
      user #207152amarmurthiaddphototest at test in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada
      Oct 22, 2019 @ 10:15am
      1 days
      user #1759570halas-steveaddreportYellow Brick Road and 3 more
      Oct 20, 2019 @ 2:49pm
      Oct 20, 2019
      user #617803Bricklin69addreportUpper Whoops and 3 more
      Oct 19, 2019 @ 5:24pm
      Oct 19, 2019

      Recent Comments

      user #454369canadakatrailNaramata CreekYah, this was mapped as part of the "Naramata...
      Oct 16, 2019 @ 11:17am
      Oct 16, 2019
      user #37829helibiketrailNaramata CreekBeautiful hiking trail. Steep at the top with...
      Oct 16, 2019 @ 8:00am
      Oct 16, 2019
      user #1517892no-dabsreport5 Lakes LookoutRode today. The downed tree is very near the...
      Aug 27, 2019 @ 4:15pm
      Aug 27, 2019
      user #18123andrewdrouinreport5 Lakes LookoutCan you provide a rough location and size of...
      Aug 5, 2019 @ 1:19pm
      Aug 5, 2019
      user #554866rollontrailK2Thanks for the comments. If you can remember,...
      Aug 5, 2019 @ 7:56am
      Aug 5, 2019

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