Estimated time frame is 1-2 hours after a little warm up climb. All our team challenges need your team to work and act togehter - no way around it.
What a team spirit ! The were almost flying throuhg the courses and the team spririt and help was just incredible ! Watch yourself !
Fly with us in a small heli over the canyon and enjoy the views. If you look closely you see our canyon ear sitting right at the edge.
What is the sound of a canyon ?
Find it out and sit inside, just listen to wind, water and birds.
And what happens if you shout out as loud as you can ?
Come and try it out !
Returning guests with a party of young climbers. We were not open officially but for groups we always open the doors. Wonderful weather thanks god.
On that Saturday we had our recrutiing day to see all new guides for the season. Someone started a fire right next to an abanonded old house right below our parking lot and kinder course. While I was on the phone calling 911 the fire jumped over and we had a monster fire. Kelona fire fighters were here in no time and did a great job. We have no idea what drives people to do that.
We had our engineer Craig with us last week and he did a thorough insprection of all the climbing elements, platforms, connections etc pp. This routine comes every year after the winter. Once this is done it is a time to start building new attractions - we keep you posted !
We had a lot of snow this year as you can see here: Winter Inspection Hike So as soon as the snow goes away we start repairing and prepairing. Our engineer inspects all climbing elements in March and our trusted builders Jorge Ackermann and his team stay with us for 2 weeks afterwards.
2019 season: June to October
June 1 to Sept 3:
Daily 10am to 7pm
Sept/Oct: Sat + Sun
Last start 2h before closing time
Walk in during our business hours. Pouring rain: Please call us. Unstable weather + we might have to close: Climb first and pay only after min 1.5h activity.
Teambuilding needs reservation.
We are located right below the famous Myra Canyon and Kettle Valley Railway Trail (KVR).
4429 June Springs Road, Kelowna, BC, Canada, V1W4C8
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