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Accessibility information

Accessibility information is available for these areas of the park:

Pit or flush toilets
There are two pit toilets located at the Myra trailhead, one located just beyond Trestle 8, one just beyond Trestle 1, three at the Ruth trailhead, and two at the Stewart Road East trailhead. Please do not put garbage in the pit toilets.

For your own safety and the preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. Shortcutting trails destroys plant life and soil structure. 

The historic Kettle Valley Railway offers hiking and walking opportunities and is part of the Trans Canada Trail. The 12km section of trail between the Myra access and the June Springs access is an ideal day trip by bike or on foot. 

The KVR is an important tourist attraction for the Kelowna area, used by local, regional and international tourism operators. The area is extremely busy during the summer months. Little White Mountain is described as one of the most attractive sub-alpine areas in the Okanagan and is a significant destination for backcountry recreation. The forested south slopes provide extensive hiking opportunities at the urban interface.

  • Due to the recent classification of the land base as a protected area, there are limited facilities and no maps of hiking trails (which may not meet BC Parks’ standards) available.
  • A detailed map of trails for the lower region of Myra Bellevue Park has been produced for purchase by Friends of the South Slopes (FOSS).
Wildlife viewing
There are 14 viewpoint benches located along the KVR Trail and the trestles themselves offer fantastic views of the Okanagan Valley and the steep, rocky terrain of Myra Canyon.
Pets on leash
Dogs must be kept under control at all times. Owners are responsible for their behaviour and must dispose of their excrement. Backcountry areas are not suitable for dogs or other pets due to wildlife issues and the potential for problems with bears. Dogs must be on a leash at all times within the Myra Canyon area of the park.

The historic Kettle Valley Railway offers opportunities for cycling. Cyclists are reminded to walk their bikes across the trestles and be courteous to other users on the trail. The lower elevation portion of the protected area between KLO Creek and Bellevue Creek is popular with the local mountain bike club with many trails of varying difficulty. Trails do not meet BC Parks’ standards.

Bike rentals, concessions and tours are available at the Myra Station parking lot through Myra Canyon Bicycle Rentals, and shuttle services and bicycle/hiking tours are offered with Kettle Valley Railway Cycling Company. Mountain bikers are asked to yield to hikers and horses.

Bicycle helmets are mandatory in British Columbia. For details on e-biking within Myra-Bellevue Park, see the e-biking section.


Please note that bicycles with electric assist motors (e-bikes) are permitted on signed or designated trails within Myra-Bellevue Park, provided they meet the definitions and criteria for e-bike use as outlined in the BC Parks cycling guidelines.

Horseback riding

Horses and horseback riding are permitted. Popular areas include the Bellevue Creek drainage, Canyon Lakes and Crawford Creek.


Myra-Bellevue is open to hunting. Check the BC Hunting & Trapping Regulations Synopsis for further details.

Note: There is a large population base using the Crawford Trails network, and hunters are urged to be cautious when hunting in this location.

Winter recreation
Little White Mountain provides backcountry skiing and snowshoeing opportunities. There are snowmobiling opportunities in the park. Snowmobiles can use the KVR and Little White Mountain when snow depth precludes environmental damage.