Knox Mountain - Kelowna Downtown
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Knox Mountain - Kelowna Downtown

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Knox Mountain is home to a variety of animal and plant life, some of which are endangered species. The park is full of scenic views of Kelowna City, Okanagan Lake, and surrounding areas. Also, a variety of trails are part of the park, which are used for walking, hiking and mountain bike riding. The park is accessible by road and by hiking in via Paul's Tomb or paths from the Magic Estates subdivision.

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