Gladstone Trail

Tackle this hike and be rewarded with stunning views of Okanagan Lake and the gorges behind the mountain. The Gladstone loop is about 7km long and there is an optional 1 km excursion to see a rare, 400-year-old Ponderosa Pine Tree. There is a 300 m elevation gain. Bring good hiking shoes, water, and a snack.

The locals say: “One of my favorite hikes is Gladstone Trail….it is a relatively new hiking trail for Peachland but one that can challenge every hiking enthusiast. I enjoyed this trail last year and found the way that it wanders through varying mountain scapes very interesting!” – Jenny B.

The trailhead is located at the corner of Victoria St. and Harrington Crescent. To get there, follow Princeton Ave. and take a right on Somerset Ave., then left on Gladstone Rd., and left again on Victoria St.

Moderate to difficult
Average Distance (Round Trip):
7 – 9 km
Average Time (Round Trip):
180 minutes
Dogs Allowed: