Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway



Cycling the Kettle Valley Railway
The Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) is an abandoned railbed located in southern British Columbia between Midway and Hope. Tunnels and trestles are what cyclists remember most about the spectacular 600 km-long Kettle Valley Railway-one of the premier rail trails in Canada. Destined to become part of the Trans Canada Trail system, this abandoned railway corridor and its connectors offer the cyclist everything from easy day riding to multi-day adventures through the magnificent scenery of southern B.C. between Midway and Hope.Growing public interest in the KVR has resulted in many improvements to its access and safety since the first edition of this book. New to this edition is the popular Columbia & Western Railway, which runs from Castlegar to Midway. You'll also find detailed maps, safety tips, historical tidbits, a listing of accommodations, and a kilometre-by-kilometre guide to each of the KVR subdivisions.

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