Pathways in your community
Multi-use pathways and trails throughout the region offer a great opportunity to travel to walk for leisure or for travel to your destinations without a vehicle. They also provide a space separated from the roadway for people on bikes who are more comfortable riding off of the roadway.
Paths marked as shared-use are used for walking, jogging, bike riding and skating, so it is important to be aware of the rules and etiquette to ensure your trip is safe and enjoyable. Check out the City of Kelowna’s multi-use pathway video for important rules of the road.
Community pathways and sidewalk networks
There are numerous pathways and sidewalks for walking throughout the Central Okanagan. The links below will take you to the website for each area. Contact your local government for more information on facilties in your area and throughout the Regional District of Central Okanagan.
Multi-use pathway etiquette:
- Be courteous
- Be predictable
- Don't block the trail
- Keep right
- Pass on the left
- Give audible warning before passing
- Obey all traffic signs and signals
- Use lights at night if cycling
- Be respectful of private property
- Clean up litter
- Always exercise due care and caution