From wineries to trailheads and anywhere in between, E-Kruise will take you there.
Ride your way through beautiful Kelowna.
The Kelowna area boasts an assortment of world-class, cyclist-friendly wine trails, leading you through some of the most scenic routes Kelowna has to offer. From orchards to vineyards and beaches to hilltop lake views, you will experience a little bit of everything on these stunning routes.
Westside Wine Trail
While E-Kruising down the Westside Wine Trail, you’ll experience some of the most deep-rooted vineyards and wineries in the Okanagan Valley. These vineyards are planted in a mixture of volcanic rock and clay, many of which are located near the extinct volcano, Mt. Boucherie. These West Kelowna staples include Indigenous World Winery, Little Straw Vineyards, Mt. Boucherie Estate Winery, Mission Hill Family Estate, Off the Grid Organic Winery, Quails’ Gate Estate Winery, and The Hatch…just to name a few. The Westside Wine Trail is a place where the tasting room experiences are diverse and moments turn into lifelong memories.
Click here for directions on Google Maps – This popular route includes Blackswift Vineyards, Mt Boucherie Estate Winery, Volcanic Hills Estate Winery, The Hatch, and Quails’ Gate Estate Winery.
Lakeshore Wine Route
Take in spectacular lake and city views overlooking Kelowna at these Lakeshore wineries. This wine route is home to some of the most matured vineyards in the Okanagan Valley. A few wineries you will see here are Sperling Vineyards, Cedar Creek Estate Winery, St. Hubertus Estate Winery, Tantalus Vineyards, and Summerhill Pyramid Winery.
Click here for directions on Google Maps – This fan favourite tour includes Summerhill Pyramid Winery, St. Hubertus Estate Winery, Cedar Creek Estate Winery, Tantalus, and Sperling Vineyards.
East Kelowna Wineries
Visit East Kelowna and tour rolling vineyards and some of the Okanagan most beloved wineries. This scenic route takes you on a stunning journey through South East Kelowna.
Click here for directions on Google Maps – This popular route includes Kitsch Wines, Vibrant Vines, Spear Head Winery, and The View.
Lake Country’s Scenic Sip
There are 8 wineries that have come together to promote the Lake Country’s Scenic Sip Wineries. These vineyards are in unique locations that unveil an assortment of microclimates as each of the benches are naturally protected from frost. Here’s you’ll find 50th Parallel Estate, O’Rourkes Peak Cellars, Ancient Hill Estate Winery, Arrowleaf Cellars, Ex Nihilo Vineyards, Gray Monk Estate Winery, and Intrigue Wines and Blind Tiger Vineyards.
Click here for directions on Google Maps – This route includes Intrigue Wines, Blind Tiger Vineyards, Arrowleaf Cellars, Ex Nihilo Vineyards, and Grey Monk Estate Winery.
Brewery Tours: BC Ale Trail
Kelowna’s craft beer scene first found its feet in the early 2000’s and has been booming in recent years. Our local beer community has put themselves on the map in the craft beer world with creative styles and flavours. A continuously evolving list of exciting new breweries, each unique in their own way, have grounded Kelowna’s brewery district. The city of Kelowna has done an excellent job at reviving local bike paths that can safely, at your convenience, connect you to each of the local breweries. E-bike your way through Kelowna’s craft beer district and find yourself at one of many breweries, including: Boundary Brewing Company, BNA Brewing Co, Kettle River Brewing Co, Tree Brewing Beer Institute, Red Bird Brewing, Barn Owl Brewing, Rustic Reel Brewing, Jackknife Brewing, Vice and Virtue Brewing, Wild Ambition Brewing, Copper Brewing Company, CRAFT Beer Market, and Freddy’s Brewpub.
Click here for directions on Google Maps – This brewery route includes Shoreline Brewing, Barn Owl, Copper Brewing, and Red Bird.
Knox & Downtown Kelowna Route
Ride up the legendary Knox Mountain Park with ease on our electric bikes and take in the stunning view of Downtown Kelowna and Okanagan Lake. Once you’re done there, cruise the board walk and head down lively Bernard Ave for great restaurants and shopping.
Click here for directions on Google Maps.