Cycling The Kettle Valley Railway  by Dan & Sandra Langford

Cycling The Kettle Valley Railway Guide Book

by Dan & Sandra Langford (Rocky Mountain Books)
Cycling The Kettle Valley Railway  by Dan & Sandra Langford
Easy day-riding to multi-day adventures on this abandoned railroad located in the southern interior of BC. Includes safety tips, historic info, listing of accommodations & kilometre by kilometer guide to each of the railway's subdivisions.

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Trails from the "Cycling The Kettle Valley Railway" Guide Book
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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, t ...
Midway, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 82.9
The C&W was originally chartered in 1896 by Fritz Heinze, with the objective to ensure a reliable connection between his smelter in Trail and the markets, without having his hands tied by either Danie ...
Castlegar, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 62.6
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In the early 1900s, Canada Copper owned a mine on Copper Mountain, just south of Princeton. With an increased demand for copper during the First World War, Canada Copper approached the KVR in April of ...
Copper Mountain, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 8.26
The section of the Kettle Valley Railway from Penticton to Osoyoos became known as the Osoyoos Subdivision. This subdivision encompasses 58 kilometers through the best of the Okanagan, including orcha ...
Penticton, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 22.4
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The section of the Kettle Valley Railway between Penticton and Brookmere was known as the Princeton Subdivision. This subdivision offers 174.9 kilometers of recreational riding into some unspoiled bac ...
Penticton, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 67.5
The VV&E was chartered in 1896 by William Templeton, Mayor of Vancouver, as the railway to bring the riches of the Kootenays to Vancouver, a coast-to-Kootenay line. Not a spike was driven along this i ...
Midway, BC - Mountain Biking - Trail Length: 84.3
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