Paula certainly with her planning and attention to detail made the whole trip one that we will talk
about for a very long time.
Thank you πŸ™‚
J&J Scruton – UK, July 2014 KVR Classic Wilderness Tour
β€œWe had a wonderful Kettle Valley cycle holiday – thank you
Bikes, accommodation and food all excellent. The scenery from Idabel to Midway was my favorite
The river canyon, Kettle Valley park, Rhone, the farmland enroute to Rock Creek, and Chute lake to
Naramata the scenic highlights
We really loved Little Dipper and Fraukie and George put on an amazing family dinner the evening we
were there. She is an amazing chef!”
G. Gibson – KVR Custom Classic Tour – August 2014
β€œJust want to let you know that we are really enjoying the itinerary you put together for us. The cycling
has been great – the views are unparalleled. Hester Creek is outstanding and we have thoroughly
enjoyed the other accommodations as well. The support ie bags transported has been a real treat.
Thanks again for such a great holiday.”
P&D Cole – KVR Wilderness & Wine Tour – July 2014
β€œIn May 2013, eight of us toured the Okanagan Valley and biked on the KVR. Paula Sheridan was the
key to the success of our week. For nine months she helped us plan our week including: bikes, trail
itineraries, lunch & dinner reservations, winery tours, an eco-tour, breakfast cruise on the Okanagan &
a day at the Spa.”
The McLean Group – KVR Custom – May 2013
With a focus on providing support to cyclists, from children to octogenarians, from day trips to 2 week adventures, we have helped hundreds from around the globe experience the Kettle Valley Rail Trail – challenging though some sections can be, you can be assured of support, detailed information and a comfortable place to rest along the way and plenty of good food to sustain you!

This year, we are very excited to launch the next step in assisting cyclists, whether on one of our tours or going it alone, with the new KVR maps. These colourful and helpful maps show places to stay, detours and the route of the KVR through the Carmi Subdivision – the most popular part of the KVR from Mile 0 in Midway to Penticton as well as the Southern Spur route to Osoyoos.

Kettle Valley Rail was launched in May of 2011 by Paula Sheridan. This site is completely written and published by a single person, dedicated to the ongoing development and use of the KVR trail for cyclists, equestrians and hikers.If you found this site helpful, please send in your comments, suggestions for improvement or a donation to support ongoing development.

Thank you for visiting and enjoy the ride!

Paula Sheridan