3. Cycle Kettle Valley Rail Trail
Across Canada, abandoned railway tracks offer great cycling opportunities, and the renowned Kettle Valley Rail Trail in the Thompson Okanagan region of B.C shouldn’t be missed. The trail covers 455-km of easy to moderate terrain between the cities of Grand Forks and Brodie, B.C., with diverse landscapes—from beautiful mountain forests to Canada’s only pocket desert. The trail’s most notable section is Myra Canyon, which features 18 trestles and two tunnels.