Salmon Arm Greenways

Salmon Arm & Area

Trail Information

DistanceVarious km
DurationVarious (from 15 mins to several hours)
Elevation Change:12m
DifficultyEasier to More DifficultEasier to More Difficult
Access MapGoogle Maps
ActivitiesHikingMountain BikingSnowshoeing


Along with the City’s feature trail systems, like the Turner Creek Rotary Trail, Waterfront Raven Trail, Park Hill, Coyote Park, South Canoe, Pileated Woods, and Little Mountain, new greenway links continue to be added throughout the community. These new trail corridors create interesting new outings for walking and cycling. Watch for the new community greenway trail signs.

Several new feature trails of note include: a new greenway path just south of Hillcrest School connecting 20th St SE and 10th Ave SE builty by local developers as part of the new City greenway strategy. The Cress Creek Trail – a pretty forest walk along a creek linking 20th Ave NE just east of the Salmon Arm Secondary Sullivan Campus down to Lakeshore Road near Appleyard. A longer circuit can include taking the perimeter trail around Sullivan Campus and Bastion Elementary School to the highway  underpass walkway at 20th St.  Then on to the Turner Creek Rotary Trail down to McGuire Lake and the Raven Trail before linking back via Lakeshore Road. The Kiy Connector links the old Auto Road with 11th St. SE. It’s a quiet forest connector between subdivisions that also makes a great way of linking the downtown core with Pileated Woods and Hillcrest. The Ready Forest Trail is the latest addition to offer new connections. This pretty forest walk links 5th Ave NE with Okanagan Ave just west of Okanagan College and south of the Recreation Centre. Create an interesting circuit with Shuswap Middle School, Little Mountain Park and the upper Turner Creek Rotary trail.


The map displays a few of the Salmon Arm greenways located within the city. To see all of the greenways and more, go to our interactive map and check Salmon Arm & Area.

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