Routes Canada British ColumbiaKamloops
From KIS River trail

Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada

From KIS River trail

Length8.4 mi
Elev. Gain223 ft
Est. Steps19000


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From KIS River trail is a 8.4 mile (19,000-step) route located near Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. This route has an elevation gain of about 223 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
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Kamloops Heritage Railway

Tourist Attraction
The Kamloops Heritage Railway is a heritage railway in Kamloops, British Columbia. The railway operates throughout the year running trains within Kamloops. The train is pulled by restored steam locomotive Canadian National Railway 2141, the "Spirit of Kamloops".2141 was built in 1912 by the Canadian Locomotive Company, in Kingston, Ontario - built for the Canadian Northern Railway, prior to it being absorbed into the Canadian National Railway.

South Thompson River

The South Thompson River is the southern branch of the Thompson River, the largest tributary of the Fraser River, in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It originates at the outlet of Little Shuswap Lake at the town of Chase and flows approximately 58 kilometres (36 mi) southwest and west through a wide valley to Kamloops where it joins the North Thompson River to form the main stem Thompson River.

North Thompson River

The North Thompson River is the northern branch of the Thompson River, the largest tributary of the Fraser River, in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It originates at the toe of the Thompson Glacier in the Premier Range of the Cariboo Mountains, west of the community of Valemount. The river flows generally south through the Shuswap Highland towards Kamloops where it joins the South Thompson River to form the main stem Thompson River.


Kamloops () is a city in south-central British Columbia, Canada, at the confluence of the two branches of the Thompson River and east of Kamloops Lake.With a population of 90,280 (2016), it is the largest community in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District and the location of the regional district's offices.

Kamloops station

Kamloops station is a railway station in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It serves as the overnight stopover point for the Rocky Mountaineer train service to Jasper, Banff and Calgary from Vancouver.The station was originally built for Canadian National Railway The station was declared a Heritage Railway Station in 1992.

Kamloops Museum and Archives

The Kamloops Museum and Archives is a museum and archives located in the city of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Located at 207 Seymour Street in downtown Kamloops, at the corner of 2nd Avenue. In addition to historical exhibits and educational programmes, the facility also is home to the city's archives, including a special collection, the Mary Balf Archives, focused around the works of Mary Balf, a prolific local historian, but including a wide array of documents from the early fur trade journals onwards.

Overlanders Bridge

The Overlanders Bridge is a bridge that spans the Thompson River in Kamloops, British Columbia. It connects Fortune Drive and Tranquille Road in the north with Victoria Street in the south. The bridge carries approximately 42,000 vehicles daily. The City of Kamloops rehabilitated the bridge in 2015 following reports indicating significant wear on both the bridge deck and the west sidewalk.

Riverside Park (Kamloops)

Riverside Park is a park in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada that encompasses a beach next to a river. The park is bordered by the Thompson River and Landsdowne Street. There is a monument in the park that indicates the height to which four different floods reached throughout the history of the park.

Sandman Centre

The Sandman Centre (formerly known as Riverside Coliseum and Interior Savings Centre) is a 5,464-seat multi-purpose arena in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It is home to the Kamloops Blazers Ice hockey team. The arena is owned by The City of Kamloops.The Arena is located on Mark Recchi Way, named after the NHL player whose hometown and home team (Blazers) is in Kamloops.

River's Trail

Tourist Attraction
Route Details


8.4 mi

Elev. Gain

223 ft

Est. Steps

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