Here are some of the riding areas in the Vernon/North Okanagan area. Remember that you’re leaving your vehicle unattended on the side of a remote/forest road so don’t leave any valuables in your vehicle and remember to lock your vehicle and ramps.
King Eddy Road – Bear Lake, Kaiser Bill Lake, King Eddy Lake & many more
One of the ways to access the Aberdeen Plateau, King Eddy Road is the starting point to access numerous lake and trails. A combination of forest service roads, old logging roads and trails.
Parking: Many park on the side of King Eddy Road immediately after turning off Highway 6.
Directions: 9kms east of Vernon on Highway 6, turn south off of Highway 6 onto King Eddy Road
Noble Canyon Road – Becker Lake, Bardolph Lake
A popular area for ATV/UTVs, dirt bikes and 4x4s, a combination of forest service roads, powerline roads, old logging roads and trails. Becker Lake is west of Noble Canyon, Bardolph Lake is east of Noble Canyon.
Parking and Unloading: Due to the new residents on the road we must unload past the cattleguard approximately 400m down the road. Unload at the cattleguard then park along the road back toward the highway. Please don’t park at the cattleguard or in the turn around area by the cattleguard as this makes it near impossible to get a trailer turned around. There are some small parking areas up the road but these fill up fast on weekends.
Directions: 17kms east of Vernon in Lavington, turn north off of Highway 6 onto Noble Canyon Road