Brandt's Creek Linear Park

Glenmore

10 min from Downtown Kelowna
891 Valley Rd, Kelowna, BC

Located in the heart of Glenmore, the Brandts Creek hike is perfect for a simple stroll. The asphalt trail takes you on a scenic route, travelling through local parks and six neighbourhoods and is a recommended hike for those looking to take the family on an easy and enjoyable walk due to its lack of elevation and hiking difficulty.

The trail begins at Yates and Vallery Roads, and stretches 5km in distance. Along the way several sculptures are viewable, they are part of a public art project called "Growth."

Brandt's Creek is part of the city's Linear Park Master Plan which includes revamping parks by upgrading trails and making them more hike-friendly. Recently a pedestrian crossing was created to link sections of the park, providing a safe route across Glenmore Road.

Pets are allowed providing they are kept on a leash and remain on the designated pathways.

Route
  • Short
  • Very Easy
  • Out & Back Same Way
  • 7.92 km round-trip
  • 1 hr 30 min solo
  • 70 m gain
Kids & Pets
  • On-Leash
  • Child-Friendly
  • Stroller-Friendly

Address

891 Valley Rd, Kelowna, BC

Driving Time

From Downtown Kelowna, approximate travel time by car is 10 min.

GPS Co-ordinates

Detailed Directions

This trail winds through the centre of Glenmore and it super easy to find. It crosses roads in many places and the trail is well signed. With the provided trail head and trail end co-ordinates you shouldn't have a problem.

Google Directions

Use our written directions in preference to the Google directions below as they are likely more accurate.

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Linear Trail
This is a linear (out and back/not a loop) trail; the values below indicate the one-way statistics from the trailhead to the end of the route.
  • Starting Elevation: 378 meters
  • Ending Elevation: 434 meters
  • Maximum Elevation: 434 meters
  • Minimum Elevation: 378 meters
  • Elevation Gain: 70 meters
  • Elevation Loss: -12 meters
  • Slope Up: 2.00%
  • Slope Down: -1.00%

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GPS Notes
Most often when viewing our maps, trails marked in Green or Blue have been human-verified by our volunteers. A route in purple indicates an overgrown trail or a bushwhack. Otherwise, the tracks may have been satellite traced or imported from third party sources. While we strongly believe our GPS are accurate, please be aware that no logging system is perfect and to be aware of potential errors.
  • Summit

    Where is the group meeting location?

    Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 11:20 AM

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