Day Trip Biking Routes on the KVR Trail - Boundary Country - BC Canada

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Day Trip Biking Routes on the KVR Trail

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Biking the Kettle Valley Rail (KVR) Trail, part of The Trans Canada of Canada, is a stunning way to explore Boundary Country along Highway 33. Winding beside rivers, through rolling meadows, and past historic landmarks, you truly feel close to nature and to part of Canada’s past. And there’s a whole lot of trail to explore, guiding you to the communities of Beaverdell, Westbridge, Rock Creek, and Midway.

Living in Kelowna, Boundary Country is basically in my backyard, being only an hour’s drive away. I had travelled through Boundary Country by car, yet I had never ventured out to explore the KVR Trail. The main challenge for me was not knowing where to start.

As former railways, there are very few steep inclines, meaning you can adjust the challenge level by the length of your journey. As well, you can start your journey from any community.

These KVR Trail cycle routes will get you started on your next adventure on The Great Trail:

Day Trips – One Way

Half-Day – One Way

Half-Day – Round Trips

  • Christina Lake – Fife to Cascade – 9 km (6 mi)
  • Kettle River Recreation Area to Westbridge – 17 km (10 mi)
  • Kettle River Recreation Area to Rock Creek – 16 km (10 mi)

To share your photos with the Boundary Country team, post to Instagram with #BoundaryCountry and #TrailsToTheBoundary.

If you’re looking for a hand in planning out your Boundary Country bike tour, be sure to visit the Maps Page to help guide your next journey!


Chelsea McGonigal

Chelsea is a Kelowna resident who loves to explore Boundary Country, both in person and on Instagram. Chelsea spends her weekends exploring trails, rivers, and lakes with her tiny yet adventurous rescue dog, Rocky. Along the way, she loves to learn about the history of the land and culture of the local people. Chelsea hopes that sharing her experiences will inspire people to plan their own adventures along Highway 3 and 33.