Kettle Valley Railway Carmi Subdivision/Midway to Penticton

Midway, British Columbia

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The section of the KVR between Midway and Penticton is known as the Carmi Subdivision, offering 215 kilometers of delightful cycling on a well-traveled trail and a relatively level terrain. However, the distance can challenge your legs and your endurance. So, pack your panniers, pump up your tires and get ready for an exhilarating three to four day cycle trip. Oh, and if you came for the views, you won't be disappointed.

Kettle Valley Railway Carmi Subdivision/Midway to Penticton Professional Review and Guide

"The section of the KVR between Midway and Penticton is known as the Carmi Subdivision, offering 215 kilometers of delightful cycling on a well-traveled trail and a relatively level terrain. However, the distance can challenge your legs and your endurance. So, pack your panniers, pump up your tires and get ready for an exhilarating three to four day cycle trip. Oh, and if you came for the views, you won't be disappointed."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Midway
Distance: 82.9
Elevation Gain: 2,131 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Duration: Multiple days
Trailhead Elevation: 1,967 feet
Top Elevation: 4,099 feet
Driving Directions: Directions to Kettle Valley Railway Carmi Subdivision/Midway to Penticton

Recent Trail Reviews

1/13/2005
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.....URGENT NOTICE...... This (was) and will be again be one of the best rides in British Columbia Sections of this trail especially the sections around the Myra Canyon were sustantially damaged by forest fires, unfortunatly several of the famous trestles were destroyed. This trail is impassable at this time, there is a rebuilding program planned, and the majority of the funding is in place. Check with local tourism agencys for more (or current) information



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May 2018