Moderate hike; 2 km one way.

Though the springs aren’t for bathing, the geological formations and mineral deposits are an interesting sight, plus the geological formations created the KLO Canyon Crags which make this a popular spot for climbers.

The trailhead is located on McCulloch Road at the hairpin turn before the Myra Forest Service Road. To reach the trailhead from Kelowna, take K.L.O. Road to McCulloch Road. The Trailhead is on this road.

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