The Trans Canada Trail travels through Princeton BC which is the gateway to the rest of Canada. Our leg of the trail snakes east from Osprey Lake to Brookmere to the west. The Tans Canada Trail runs adjacent to Princeton Castle Resort BC and is easily accessible from our RV Park (for further info see Princeton Castle Resort BC Trans Canada Trail) where you can ride or walk east or west: west into the town of Princeton or east to Osprey Lake.
Locally known as the Kettle Valley Railway or KVR it serves to connect all of Canada to our peaceful town of Princeton BC. Along the trail you will see various and exciting types of scenery from grasslands and high country panoramas to the Ochre Bluffs. From Phifer’s Fountain (a Sculpture) in the town of Princeton BC the Trans Canada Trail or Kettle Valley Railway takes you through a 324 metre tunnel to a bridge crossing over the Tulameen River. Riding on your bicycle beside the Tulameen River is a gentle awe-inspiring experience. Coalmont will be your next community and is home to the Historic Coalmont Hotel built in 1912 and is still in operation.
Stop and say Hi as you pass through this quaint village (for more info see Princeton Castle Resort BC Coalmont Hotel). Rest up for the trip to Tulameen nestled on the shores of Otter Lake. In town have a bite to eat at the Trading Post and pick up any supplies you might need to take you through to Brookmere.
More information: http://www.bctrail.ca/Communities/Princeton/index.html