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Experience British Columbia's Most Diverse Bike Trip

The Okanagan Valley, in British Columbia's Southern Interior, is unparalleled. These trails take you from mighty mountains to lush lakeside orchards, world-famous vineyards to Ponderosa meadows in semi-arid landscapes, all connected by Okanagan Lake.

Riding the mountain biking communities of Vernon, Kelowna, and Penticton will take you through boundless trails with technical descents, dramatic downhill runs, wide open rail trails, and fast and fun singletrack.

Ride statistics

Riding Communities
3
Trails to Access
1000+
Lakes to Jump In
4
Penticton

Penticton

The sunny South Okanagan is where you will find beautiful Penticton. Seemingly endless singletrack can be found in the hills overlooking Okanagan Lake and the surrounding vineyards. The Kettle Valley Rail Trail provides an easy peddle and convenient access to many of the challenging trails in the popular Three Blind Mice trail network above the Naramata Bench. 

Number of Trails:
192
Highest Elevation:
2,198
Trails:
easy
46
intermediate
96
difficult
47
extra difficult
3
Kelowna

Kelowna

Look no further than Kelowna for an all-around good time both on and off the trails. You’ll find a diverse range of singletrack options, for the expert to the novice, in as little as five minutes from the downtown core. As the diversity is so condensed, you can easily find yourself moving from dramatic forested downhill to cross-country sub-desert trails in a day. And, when the end of that day comes you will find yourself in a vibrant city packed with wineries, craft breweries and distilleries, farm-fresh dining, and lakeside nightlife.

Number of Trails:
303
Highest Elevation:
2,171
Trails:
easy
57
intermediate
162
difficult
71
extra difficult
13
Vernon

Vernon

Vernon is the northern cousin in the Okanagan trifecta offering old-growth forest, parched desert, and one of BC’s most beautiful turquoise lakes. Vernon’s diversity means there is a trail for every rider type and its rapidly expanding network offers fun and flowy singletrack with stunning views over the Coldstream Valley and Kalamalka Lake. The region has the added benefit of hosting some of the best downhill riding at SilverStar just 20 minutes outside of downtown. In Vernon, you are spoilt for choice with local craft breweries, quality accommodations, and tasty dining options at the end of the day.

Number of Trails:
209
Highest Elevation:
2,171
Trails:
easy
39
intermediate
114
difficult
29
extra difficult
27

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