25 of us visited the kettle valley rail during our family reunion, and it was a special experience for everyone. The rail has a rich history. The highlight was the singalong with Mr. Banjo, and peering over the edge of the trestle bridge, after a...更多
With Kelowna being all about outdoor sports, a relaxing ride on a train was a nice break. Seeing an old steam train in action was very cool, and the ride lasts just long enough.
Our only complaint was that the speakers were broken in our...更多
seeing it as one of the must-do activities, we obediently made our booking. the train ride itself was cute but amazingly short. it is explained by the conductor how they could only restore or retain a small length of track, but it is a bit...更多
Took the train in the late morning. It was pretty crowded with families and yelling kids.
The people who volunteer are saints, and the man who plays bango is excellent.
It was frustrating to see the number of people who do not do as they...更多
We were greeted with a great banjo player. who sang on the trip . The trip isn't that long .
Takes 90 minutes. but it is really different way to see the sights. It has open cars so waving is easy. We really enjoyed it.
This steam engine built in Montreal in 1912 was well worth a visit. The conductor (Ron) and the man onboard and his brakeman sang us a song and played the banjo. The countryside is beautiful, filled with wineries and lovely verdant sights to see in...更多