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a bit of everything and you can hike for an hour or 5 hours. Recommend hiking shoes and grips in winter. Take a picture of the trails with your phone before you head out to ensure you don’t get lost... signs can be limited.
Everyone around the world is getting to know Skaha Bluffs. It is a great place to just go for a short was or a long hike and dog walkers (must be on leash). Excellent climbing, mountain biking for all ages. Skaha Bluffs has parking being...More
This is not the KVR hiking trails. Lots of steep narrow up and down portions on the trails. Give yourself lots of time. We only went as far as the Wave and it took 1.5 hour round trip.
Some nice views. The rock climbers can...More
This is a climbers' mecca - but don't let that scare you away. This gem of a provincial park offers lovely trails with great views of Skaha lake - and the added bonus of being able to see climbers tackle the gnarly routes on the...More
This place is definitely best known for it's rock climbing, but the hiking is also worth while. There is a large network of trails and some good viewpoints to admire the lake or cheer on the climbers! Wear good hiking shoes as some of the...More
Trail starts out on a level and then as you get close to the mountain it becomes more challengiing. Right beside the mountain it became very challenging as the path was just rocks and became more steep. Worth gettiing to the top though
Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park is great for hiking and rock-climbing and located about fifteen minutes south of Penticton on the East side of the valley. Most of the hikes are three-four hours round-trip with an elevation gain of about 500 metres from the upper parking...More
Skaha Bluffs park is an exciting place to visit for many reasons. Originally set aside as a place for rock climbers to continue to have access to 55 crags developed for sport climbing it is now a full-featured Provincial Park. Skaha climbing is outstanding, rivalling...More