Browne Lake Sunday

A good turnout for the Browne Lake Ride south of Kelowna last weekend. A missed turn meant the narrow section was avoided, boy it looks different under snow. A beautiful day out in the sun exploring the area south of Browne and Fish Lake, thanks for leading the ride Jason, Denis and Chris!

Jason has offered to lead a ride to Browne Lake in the Kelowna area on Sunday, December 10.

If you’re coming from the north you can meet Jason at the Tim Horton’s by the Four Points Sheraton opposite the Kelowna Airport entrance (turn right to get to Tim Horton’s, not left into the Kelowna Airport), roll out from Tim Horton’s at 9:30 for the staging area at the intersection of Myra FSR and McCulloch Road.

The ride heads out at 10:30am, there are a couple of spots that are intermediate to upper intermediate ability level sections of trail but as with all rides we will help people through or around everything we encounter along the ride.

There are narrow sections on this ride so maximum 50″ wide machines for this one.

Dress for winter conditions and bring a lunch. Everyone is welcome to attend, non-members are encouraged to come out to see what the club is about, meet some folks and find new trails.

4 thoughts on “Browne Lake Sunday”

  1. New to B.C. and very interested in your club activities. Drive a Side by Side so ride to Brown Lake this Sunday not feasible. I have subscribed to your site and looking forward to future rides. I will also be joining Kelowna club as I live in Kelowna just east of airport. Regards Dave

    1. Hi Dave,

      Welcome to BC, we look forward to meeting you. We work closely with the Kelowna club, they’re a great group of folks.

      Keep watching our site, facebook and the weekly newsletter for other rides that we can get your side x side on.

      See you on the trails!

  2. Hi I’m interested in going on your ride. Why is the with set to 50″ is this cause of Gates?
    And any info on how the ride conditions will be with the snow?

    1. Hi Chris,

      I haven’t done the ride myself but the Kelowna club does the ride fairly often and always say the width of the trees in places is limited to machines of 50″. Jason (ride leader) reiterated to put a note on the ride about the 50″ width so it must be narrow in spots. Not sure if that is exactly 50″ or if they’re just saying a 60″ machine won’t fit.

      What do you ride and how wide is it?

      No idea on conditions for this area. Last weekend we rode at the same elevation and it was excellent riding, a bit of snow to smooth the trails but not too deep to stop you, or really even slow you down.

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