Trepanier Creek Greenway Regional Park

This hike spans from Okanagan Lake waterfront to the Okanagan Connector Highway 97-C. It offers visitors a natural forest trail that borders the canyon of Trepanier Creek. From 1909 to 1947, there was a hydroelectric power plant on the creek that supplied our community. You can still see remnants of the Trepanier Creek dam.

The start of the trail is at the south end of the greenway. This is where the most challenging part of the hike is. The trail climbs continuously with some steep spots for 1500 m. Afterwards, the trail levels out and is fairly easy all the way to the Trepanier Rd. entrance. The footpath is wide with some narrow sections and consists of mostly natural materials. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing and stick to the designated trails.

The trailhead is accessible via Clements Crescent (off Hwy 97 at the IGA) and is marked by Regional District signage.

Easy - Moderate
Average Distance (Round Trip):
8km (to Peachland lookout)
Dogs Allowed:
Wheelchair Accessible: