Refreshment Stations

KM 8 -  Kekuli Bay Provincial Park– REFRESHMENT STATION – the first rest stop with water, sport drink, bananas and oranges.

Kekuli Bay Provincial Park has facilities including flush toilettes and running water. It is a popular campsite and one of the few public boat launches on Kalamalka Lake. Use caution when crossing the road / active boat launch.

KM 17 – Oyama – REFRESHMENT STATION – second rest stop with energy bars, water and sport drink. There is an outhouse located here.

Once in Oyama, the trail crosses the road and continue left, to the East Side of Wood Lake. 

KM 26 – South End of Wood Lake, Lake Country– REFRESHMENT STATION – third rest stop with energy bars, water and sport drink. There is an outhouse located here. This is the turn around point.

Do not cross Woodsdale Road

KM 35 – Oyama – REFRESHMENT STATION – fourth rest stop (you have been here already :) with energy bars, water and sport drink. There is an outhouse located here.

Once in Oyama, the trail crosses the road and continues to the West side of Kalamalka Lake. 

KM 44-  Kekuli Bay Provincial Park– REFRESHMENT STATION – the fifth rest stop with water, sport drink, bananas and oranges.

Kekuli Bay Provincial Park has facilities including flush toilettes and running water. Use caution when crossing the road / active boat launch.

KM 52 – Alexanders Beach Pub, Enjoy the entertainment, BBQ and wine or beer or cider.