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This particular trail leads you to a perch overlooking the new Hidden Lake development area and offers one of the best views overlooking Glenmore. After parking in the dog park parking lot, head up the hill. At the first major intersection where the trail forces you to go left or right, keep right and immediately turn left to go slightly down and then up a large hill. At the top of the hill, keep left. Follow the trail over fallen trees. Stay straight at the three-way intersection with the yellow No Tresspassing sign. Then, at the next major 4-way intersection, go straight through for the Viewpoint. Coming back along that same trail to that intersection on return, turn at your first right to come down to the pond. Follow this all way the down to the first intersection.
Glenwest Properties, despite the "No Trespassing" signs permits hikers on the dirt pathways at their own risk. Absolutely no motorized vehicles. However, as a courtesy please call Glenwest Properties at (250) 862-1150 for permission. Use the GPS map to find your way through this trail, if possible. There are a number of forks, many of which simply lead out of the park.
17 min from Downtown Kelowna
5.07 km (round-trip)
70 minutes solo | 1.5 hours group round-trip
268 meters elevation (round-trip)
Medium difficulty: A steep ascent followed by gradual descent.
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