Rolf and Kathrin von Andrian brought their family to the Okanagan region of British Columbia in 2012 and it was love at first sight.
As an active family, their committment to the outdoors soon gave them ideas on how they might share this wonderful, natural experience with others.
The location right at the edge of the Myra Canyon with its famous trestles is an ideal starting point for many activities.
Together with their 4 kids they own and operate the park.
Kathrin and Rolf explored the area and many many locations and found the ideal spot right below their B&B./Inn
Many local Kelowna people might know our location. It was in the media for years with so many nasty stories.A local group of weirdos kept RCMP busy for years, but: This is all gone and history now, so don't be afraid. But as soon as we tell locals about our location they immediately know where we are - and are happy that the previous tenants are gone.
Our park area spans over the complete lower section of the Myra Canyon/KLO Creek, which is now a popular rock climbing area with more than 100 climbs.You will find incredible views and a piece of local history: The old irrigation pipe going down into the canyon and up on the other side again. Ask our guides about it and they show you how 50 years ago the water come to the orchards.
Our experienced guides provide safety training, equipment fitting and interpretation of both the natural and historic elements of Myra Canyon, the Kettle Valley Railway and Central Okanagan.Your children are in good hands with our guides - we are a family place and all our guides are always around to assist.
We are always looking for guides for our summer season! If you are open minded and interested in working with people in a breathtaking environment then call us ! Requirements: Well, not being afraid of heights obviously and always in good mood. You should be in good physical shape or on the way to it...
Myra Canyon is the attraction in Kelowna with est. 120,000 visitors every season. In 2015 the KVR celebrated its 100th birthday ! In 1915 the Kettle Valley Railroad was opened and business in the Southern interior region of British Columbia was booming; silver had been discovered, and men and women flocked to the Southern interior with dreams of settling down and striking it rich in a new land. In 2015, people still flock to the Kettle Valley Railway; hikers and cyclists looking for adventure and a chance to be a part of historic British Columbia.