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Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park

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Lakeside Road and Smythe Road, Penticton, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

Thank Carol K
Reviewed 10 July 2018

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

Thank bajabound488
Reviewed 3 July 2018

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

Thank ClimbngShuksan
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Spending a sunny Saturday walking the trails at Skaha Lake Provincial Park was perfect. A short drive from Penticton takes you into the heart of a very beautiful forest. There are a variety of trails to choose from and all present great views. There are...More

Thank Yvonne B
Reviewed 8 June 2018

The star attraction at this park are the many climbing routes for serious mountain climbers. Climbing is a bit too much white-knuckle & adrenaline for us, and so we just wandered some of the trails. The trails are well maintained, and you get into a...More

Thank BenLar137
Reviewed 6 March 2018

We visited the place in the summertime when the atmosphere was gorgeous and the looks were phenomenon. It's a heaven for hiking lovers.

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Reviewed 23 December 2017

After a decade of travelling back and forth from Winnipeg for climbing holidays we moved to the Okanagan to live near the Skaha Bluffs. In our 40s now my husband still climbs several times a week. With my bum knee I can still hike this...More

Thank TheMaslos
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Visited here in the summer and was lucky enough to get some climbing in. Lots of climbing to be done here at a huge range of levels. Had a great time and had the pleasure of meeting some awesome people and making some great friendships!

Thank Joseph C
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

Skaha bluffs has hikes and climbs for any and every skill level. We just hiked it as my 82 yr old grandmother and 7 wk old niece were on the hike with us. Traveled about 7kms and watched the climbers work their way up a...More

Thank MadisonD
Reviewed 13 October 2017

I've been to Skaha Bluffs to go hiking a few times. In fact, I went and did that yesterday. You drive up there and there is parking and washrooms. There is various trails that take you up the hills and bluffs. Beautiful views and hikes.

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Jace F
3 July 2017|
Response from trey347 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I am not aware of any caves in the area, just superb rock climbing.
Jace F
3 July 2017|
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Response from Yvonne B | Reviewed this property |
To my knowledge, there are no caves but there is rock climbing.