Moderate hike; there are two entrances to the springs. 4 km one way from June Springs Road trailhead. 5 km one way from KLO Creek trailhead.

Though the springs aren’t for bathing, the geological formations and mineral deposits are an interesting sight. The trailheads are located on the east side of Little White Forest Service Road at kilometer four, as well as on McCulloch Road at the hairpin turn before the Myra Forest Service Road.

To reach the trailheads from Kelowna, take K.L.O. Road to McCulloch Road. The KLO Creek trailhead is on this road. To access June Springs Road trailhead, turn onto June Springs Road and follow it to Little White Forestry Service Road.

A suggested starting trailhead for climbers is KLO Creek trailhead as the space includes the KLO Canyon Crags.

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