This is an update to a previous blog post. For the directions please visit the blog post from June 15, 2013, by clicking here, and titled Directions to Kelowna Mountain.
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There are now incoming tips that one must sign a waiver form when using the bridges. Also, they are soon (within 2 weeks) instituting a charge (we have heard it will be $25 per year).
Are you part of #TakeTheActivePledge, yet? If you’re hiking Kelowna Mountain, or doing any other physical activity in the Okanagan, it is easy and free to join! Visit www.okanaganathlete.com for more information!
A reminder, this information is posted here solely for informational purposes, and may not be completely up-to-date or accurate. I have no connection with Kelowna Mountain, its owner(s), staff, agents, partners, etc. I highly recommend contacting Kelowna Mountain for the most up-to-date and accurate information. The URL to their website is: http://www.kelownamountain.com/
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