Kelowna, British Columbia
Difficulty ratingBlack Diamond
Climb DifficultyBlack Diamond
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Primarily a hiking trail connecting 2 cities, 3 BC parks and 6 riding areas.
Trail condition is highly dependent on recent maintenance in any given section of trail. If you don't know the condition of a section of trail from someone who has recently ridden or maintained it, be prepared to potentially encounter lots of downed trees and/or mud which may result in unpleasant hike-a-bike portions.
This trail could arguably be on par with the 7 summits trail or a Warner Lake float plane drop but is lacking the users and seasonal maintenance to make it epic.
Exercise caution if attempting sections of this trail, go prepared and know your exit points.
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More Stats for Okanagan High Rim/Highland Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude change-310 ft
Altitude min2,487 ft
Altitude start4,202 ft
Altitude end3,892 ft
Distance climb32 miles
Distance down31 miles
Distance flat5 miles
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Okanagan High... Trail Reports
Jul 22, 2017 @ 12:32pmJul 22, 2017
|Ran the section from Beaver Lk Rd to Cosen's bay(~32km) last weekend. Trail is very bikeable/runnable at the present time. There are a few short...|
Jun 8, 2016 @ 9:06pmJun 8, 2016
|The 8km section of trail from Oyama Lake heading North towards Vernon has all been cleared out thanks to Trans BC and Cabin Forestry Services....|
May 30, 2016 @ 3:54pmMay 30, 2016
|In contrast with the trail description as "on par with the 7 summits" I would describe this trail as "a slog" at best. I started at Beaver Lake...|
Jul 20, 2015 @ 11:32amJul 20, 2015
|We biked from Oyama Lake to Vernon. There is lot of trees down across the trail passed Damer Lake. Needs some serious maintenance.|
May 5, 2015 @ 3:13pmMay 5, 2015
|Due to the nature of this trail, some sections are dry, others are wet and others will be under snow till late June/early July. In 2009 this...|
Routes with this trail
|tower of power||21 miles|
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