t53 Trout Creek Trestle to Glenfir Station 39k on the TCT
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About the Journey:
This link provides a more detail description on the Trails BC website. It is recommended to start this unforgetable cycle at the Trout Creek Trestle in Summerland. The Trout Creek Bridge itself is spectacular along with being on the Okanagan Lake shore, experiencing riding among grapevines, gaining another spectacular view from Little Tunnel. Most of it is either downhill or uphill with a maximum rail slope. Note that the section through the First Nation Reserve is presently an unofficial link along the TCT. Allow about 3 to 4 hours.