• Christina Lake
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Another of our most popular short hikes, this stretch of the trail winds through the trees along the mountainside, opening to a vantage point overlooking the town with panoramic views of Christina Lake. You can see the newly railed sections above the Crow & Bear restaurant from the highway. Formerly the Kettle Valley Railway Trail, it became part of the Trans Canada Trail in 2004.

Turn off Highway #3 and follow Santa Rosa 1.5 km until just before you reach the first switchback, and look for the parking area and information kiosk to your left. A public washroom is also available here

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