This trail overlooks Okanagan Lake to the west. This area contains many beautiful ponderosa pine rock bluff and grasslands. In addition, there are downhill runs that flow through the forest and beautiful views of orchards and vineyards.
Peat Bog is an area of intersecting freeride downhill trails. Lots of air, skinnies and speed. Some steep Rocky sections. An excellent area for the intermediate rider wanting to increase their skills. Approximately 4000 ft of vertical drop. The complex
This Trail heads north and is mainly flat, paralleling Nickel Plate Lake leading into Nickel Plate Provincial Park at the North end of the lake. Special note: Part of this trail is located within a Provincial Park. Please stay on designated trails, observe all signs and notices.
When travelling the KVR route toward Naramata expect to pass over Andrew McCulloch trestle which has some beautiful views of the Okanagan Valley. Along the way, between Penticton and Naramata, pass by many wineries just off the trail.
This is a great place for mountain bikers. Once at the top there are many trails down, but stay on the south east side of the mountain otherwise you could end up on the other side of town. One trail from the top heads right between two radio towers, this is the fastest and smoothest way down.