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Trans Canada Trail Legend:
|Trans Canada Trail Pavilion|
|Multi-Use Route (Cycling & Walking)|
|Hiking Only Route (No Cycling)|
|Equestrian Route (May Allow Cyclists/Walkers)|
|Temporary Bypass or Unofficial TCT Route|
|Trans Canada Trail Closed|
|Obstacle or Warning (click it for details)|
Alternate Route Legend:
|Alternate Route for Cyclists & Walkers|
|Alternate Route for Hiking|
|Alternate Route for Equestrians|
|Connection Point to the Trans Canada Trail|
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About the Route:
This route makes a great bypass of the Myra Canyon for equestrian trail users - or for everyone when the Myra Canyon becomes temporarily closed.
Connection Points to the TCT:
This bypass route connects to the Kettle Valley Railway, bypassing the Myra Canyon.
For Eastbound travellers, this alternate route begins at Ruth Station, taking June Springs Road on the your right. The road travels north and east, steadily climbing 200 metres of elevation for about 3.5 kilometres before leveling off.
Westbound travellers on the KVR who are bypassing the Myra Canyon will leave the rail trail at Myra station. The rail trail is travelling south - so users of the bypass will turn left (east) onto the service road. The road runs east for 70 metres before turning south (parallel and uphill of the rail trail). The bypass climbs roughly 200 metres over a 9.3 km distance.
Staging areas can be found on either side of this route - the eastern parking area at Myra Bellevue Provincial Park provides plenty of room.