Hiking and Dining: Great Dinner Stops Après Hike

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Welcome to a journey where the paths of nature and culinary delights intersect, right in the middle of Kelowna. Explore the stunning hiking trails of Kelowna, each paired with nearby gastronomic treasures that promise to elevate your outdoor adventure into a memorable feast for all the senses.

Black Mountain Regional Park

Close to the city, Black Mountain Regional Park beckons with a quartet of trails, from leisurely walks to moderate challenges. Winding through forests and meadows, these trails offer breathtaking views of Okanagan Valley and Lake. After exploring, refuel at The Grill at Black Mountain, where pub and Canadian cuisine await just a short distance away, or enjoy Indian fusion delicacies at Dosa Crepe Cafe, offering a unique culinary twist to your hiking experience​.

Goat’s Peak

Goat’s Peak offers a challenging climb with a rewarding panorama at the summit. Post-hike, the 19 Okanagan Grill & Bar at Two Eagles Golf Course serves up fresh, local ingredients with a beautiful backdrop. Also nearby, consider dining at The Landing Kitchen + Bar for great burgers and beer with a waterfront view.

Boucherie Rush Trail

The Boucherie Rush Trail in West Kelowna is a moderate hike leading to extraordinary views of Kelowna's cityscape and Okanagan Lake. For post-hike dining, visit The Modest Butcher at Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery for an experience combining fine food and wine with stunning lake and vineyard views. Alternatively, Annie's Beach Cafe & Lounge at Frind Winery presents a family-friendly setting with woodfire pizzas and live music, enhancing your dining experience​.

Apex Trail

Apex Trail provides an accessible yet steep hike with views of downtown and Okanagan Lake. After your hike, consider Central Kitchen + Bar offering delicious food, or enjoy the Oak + Cru Social Kitchen & Wine Bar for a unique dining experience with locally inspired dishes​. If you're early enough for lunch, experience the warm atmosphere and daytime food at Okanagan Street Food.


Kelowna's trails offer more than just hiking; they're gateways to experiences that nourish both body and soul. If you're looking for a leisurely walk or a challenging hike, each trail is complemented by delightful dining options that promise to make your outdoor adventure in Kelowna truly unforgettable.