The Who, What, Where and When of the South Okanagan Trail Alliance (SOTA). Learn about us, what we're currently working on and our long-term goals in the South Okanagan. See our NewsletterRead more
The South Okanagan Trail Alliance leads the way in multi-use recreational trail infrastructure development, maintenance and advocacy in the South Okanagan. Our strong relationships with all levels of Government, Parks, NGOs and Private Land owners further our access to the back-country.Read more
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July Trail-Day For a variety of reasons and excuses, the small fencing and weed-whacking job at the base of the Beer Run trail has languished in semi-limbo for far too long. On Sunday, July 10th at 10am, departing 601 Braid Street, we will head up and finish the project. If interested in joining us, please bring gloves, appropriate footwear, sunglasses and sunscreen, snacks and water. We’ll wrangle up a small post-event party at Manitou Beach as a “thank you” to volunteers. Contact Andrew Drouin at 250.486.2443 or firstname.lastname@example.org in order to learn more.
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The South Okanagan Trail Alliance completed numerous trail projects in 2015 and we've a load more in store for 2016! Click here for a membership form and Join us to make a difference in the amazing trail infrastructure that lay within the South Okanagan!
The South Okanagan hosts an active and growing equestrian group. Horses have been creating sweet singletrack for a 200+ years in the valley! Read up on how we're working with riders and our inclusive attitudes toward equestrians and their amazing trail culture in the South Okanagan.More
Pretty much the foundation of trail development for many decades, the Okanagan Valley's large contingent of hikers have quietly flagged and maintained trails 'under the radar' for over a half century in the South Okanagan. We embrace their efforts and invite hikers and runners to join SOTA.More
Local cyclists have built and maintained valley trails for many years, but it wasn't until 2009, with the formation of the Penticton & Area Cycling Association that legitimate / sanctioned trails began to come into their own. The South Okanagan Trail Alliance is an off-road evolution of the bike club.More