Saturday, July 21, 2018 08:28 Pacific Time

The Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) trail is a multi-use recreational trail located in the Okanagan-Boundary region of southern British Columbia. The trail uses a rail corridor that was originally built for the now abandoned Kettle Valley Railway.

From Singing Marmot Guest Suites you can walk or cycle north to the "Little Tunnel" or south to Penticton. Either direction will give you wonderful views of the Lake, vineyards and orchards. We have a couple of "loaner" bikes that you can borrow for no charge. Alternatively, there are bike shops in Penticton that will rent bikes and also provide shuttle services to many access points along the KVR.

For the adventurous types you can arrange a shuttle to the Myra Station parking lot and then cycle downhill to Singing Marmot Guest Suites (approximately 65 km) or to Penticton (approximately 80 km). This Myra Canyon section of the KVR is best known for the spectacular trestle bridges.

Whichever way you want to travel the KVR, we can help with advice and recommendations.