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Kettle Valley Village Of

Hiking in Recovering Land
In 2003 Kelowna suffered a devastating fire that burned 250 homes and evacuated 30,000 residents.

This image was part of that burned area and overlooks the city of Kelowna as well as Lake Okanagan.
Hiking within this provincial park there are many beginner rock climbing enthusiasts, nature enthusiasts taking in the regeneration landscape and those who want to get to the top of this point. Once you get closer to the top there are man made steps and many Inukshuks that direct you to the safest way to the top and back down again. Once at the top this large Inukshuk is there to greet you along with a man made fire pit made of slate with matching slate lounge-like seats surrounding the pit.

5636 Jasper Way, Kelowna, BC V1W 5L7, Canada
+1 250-764-2199
Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5pm
Sat 12pm - 5pm