Little White Mountain Hike
The Little White Mountain Hike is a lightly trafficked route that immerses you in secluded scenery and pushes you to phenomenal views of the Okanagan Valley stretched across the landscape below. This is a challenging route that rewards at the top!
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Route Description for Little White Mountain Hike
The Little White Mountain Hike in the Okanagan Valley is a lightly trafficked half-day hike, which follows Upper Crawford Trail and takes you to an incredible view of the mountainscape rolling into the horizon. The trail is maintained but overgrown in some areas and can mimic a creek when it’s rainy, so try to time your adventure when it’s dry out. It’s recommended to bring plenty of water, bear spray, and GPS.
Getting to the Little White Mountain Hike Trailhead
To get to the start of the Little White Mountain Hike from Kelowna, head to McCulloch Road before turning onto the unpaved June Springs Forestry Road. Continue along this road until Kettle Valley Railway Trail. Take a right and drive for 7.0 km towards Bellevue Trestle. Pass by Bellevue Trestle, which will sit on your right, and continue straight before swerving left to the parking lot for Upper Crawford Trail. The last section of this road is narrow and takes you along the edge of a cliff.
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