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Summerland Trans Canada Trail System Part 2 | Part 1 | Part 3
Map marker indicates the Fenwick Road access to the Trans Canada Trail system within the District of Summerland 

From District of Summerland website:
"The Summerland portion of the Trans Canada Trail features two bridges and spans 61 kilometers between Summerland and Osprey Lake."
"Within the District of Summerland, the trail is connected from the Trout Creek Bridge to the developed trail at Fyffe Road by a series of municipal roadways."
"Spanning the Trout Creek Canyon is the 73m/240ft high Trout Creek Bridge which was the highest bridge span constructed on the Kettle Valley Railway. You can access the north end of the bridge from Canyon View Road by vehicle, where there is a rest area and good vantage points for taking photos. At the south end of the bridge is the Summerland Ornamental Gardens which must be accessed from Highway 97. Use extreme caution when the train is in the area."
"From Fyffe/Fenwick Road access follow the old flume line along Mount Conkle to the Summerland Rodeo Grounds where you will find a map, parking area and pit toilets. This portion of the trail includes a gazebo outlook and stunning views of Prairie Valley, a patchwork of orchards and pastures. Across the road from the Rodeo Grounds is the Prairie Valley Station of Kettle Valley Steam Railway where you can find a map of the trail with one-kilometer markers all the way to Princeton."
"Hikers, cyclists and horseback riders are welcome to continue on the trail which runs beside the tracks past the railway station to the community of Faulder, then west to Osprey Lake. Portions of the trail are wheelchair and stroller friendly."
 Also visit: Summerland Trans Canada Trail Society website and Tourism Summerland website: