Peach Cliff Trail

Difficulty
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Easy
Duration
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1-1.5h
Distance
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3.7 km
Elevation
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157 m
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Directions to Trailhead

Peach Cliff Trail is a kid-friendly hike that follows an out-and-back route to a viewpoint that gives a bird’s eye view of Skaha Lake nestled into the lush, rolling valley below. Make this hike an unforgettable experience by packing a lunch and enjoying a picnic while you admire the vistas layered across the land from atop Peach Cliff.

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Route Description

Peach Cliff Trail is a scenic, family-friendly route that winds to a phenomenal view of Skaha Lake tucked into the valley in the south to Vaseux Lake glistening in the north. While this route is written as an out-and-back trail, you can also turn it into a 5.0 km lollipop hike.

For an additional view, you can always take a left at the fork in the road near the pile of boulders to go off the main path and reach a pond cradled by towering rock faces. After soaking in these views, head back to the same fork in the road and continue along the main path to get to the top of Peach Cliff.

Getting There

To get to the start of Peach Cliff Trail from Okanagan Falls, BC, head to Mclean Creek Road and look for your destination on your left.

Route Details

  • When to do

    Year round

  • Backcountry Campsites

    No

  • Pets allowed

    Yes - On Leash

  • Family friendly

    Yes

  • Route Signage

    Average

  • Crowd Levels

    Moderate

  • Route Type

    Out and back

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