Dilworth Mountain Park in Kelowna

An easy hike with absolutely stunning views of Kelowna.

Dilworth Mountain Park is one of the easiest hikes in Kelowna, yet offers some of the best views. The mountain stands high above the city and can be seen from almost anywhere in Kelowna. If you haven’t already, you need to check out Dilworth Mountain!

Seriously, check out these views. They’re amazing!

Trail Information

Length0.5 – 3 km,
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Girl overlooking Kelowna from Dilworth Mountain Park
The views from Dilworth Mountain Park are breathtaking
Trail along the fence at Dilworth Mountain Park in Kelowna
View of Glenmore from Dilworth Mountain Park

Dilworth Mountain

Dilworth Mountain is a fairly isolated mountain located in the centre of Kelowna. It divides the Glenmore and Rutland neighbourhoods and lies to the west of Knox Mountain. Dilworth Mountain rises a few hundred feet above the Okanagan Valley and offers absolutely spectacular views of Kelowna. While there are many residential neighbourhoods on Dilworth Mountain, there are still many beautiful natural areas.

Dilworth Mountain Park is one such area. The 128.13 ha park is located on the westernmost point of the mountain and is a perfect hike for everyone. If you visit in the spring, the park is covered in beautiful wildflowers!

There’s another hike nearby called Dilworth Mountain Water Tower and you should check it out if you have time. It’s an easy hike and takes about a half hour.

Girl sites on a fence at Dilworth Mountain Park with a view of Glenmore in the background
Girl walking along a forested hiking trail at Dilworth Mountain Park in Kelowna
The view of Kelowna from Dilworth Mountain Park is beautiful
Stunning view of Kelowna from Dilworth Mountain Park

What to Expect

There are numerous trails, totalling just under 3 km, throughout Dilworth Mountain Park. You can easily hike all of it in less than an hour. The trails are gravel, but they’re wide, well maintained, and mostly flat which makes it a very easy adventure for everyone.

The main trail loops along the edge of the mountain and offers spectacular views of Glenmore and Kelowna. There are steep cliffs and a fence winds along the edge of the mountain. The main trail doesn’t follow the edge the entire time but there’s another, smaller trail that does.

Despite the hike’s close proximity to Kelowna and its unusually easy, scenic trails, Dilworth Mountain Park is very quiet. You’ll usually only see a few other people!

Fenced hiking trail at Dilworth Mountain Park with beautiful views of Kelowna
Easy hiking trail at Dilworth Mountain Park through a lightly forested area
Girl sits on a bench overlooking Kelowna from an easy hiking trail
Easy hiking trails in Kelowna


There are many benches along the trails at Dilworth Mountain Park. Take your time and enjoy the wonderful views these benches offer! The park is open until 11 pm, so visit at night for a romantic walk and view of the city.

There are also garbage bins throughout. Don’t be a litterbug and put your garbage where it belongs. Even if you don’t see a garbage can, the hike is short and you can hold onto your garbage for fifteen minutes.

A small playground is located at the entrance to the park and there are usually a few kids playing there.

Beautiful view over Kelowna from Dilworth Mountain Park
Stunning view of the Okanagan Valley from an easy hiking trail in Kelowna
Sun shines through a lightly forested hiking trail

Final Notes

Dilworth Mountain Park is short, very easy hike that’s perfect for every skill level. No matter which version of the loop trail you choose, the views of Kelowna are stunning and unlike any other in the city!


  • Greti
    June 13, 2020 at 8:57 am

    Thanks for posting! You inspire me.

    • Sam
      June 15, 2020 at 10:22 am

      Hey Greti! You’re very welcome, I hope the inspiration gets you out exploring! 🙂

  • Kaghy Burke
    February 12, 2021 at 4:14 am

    Beautiful! Cold here in Ontario right now! The Okanagan looks so nice and inviting!

    • Sam
      February 15, 2021 at 1:58 pm

      You’ll have to escape the cold of Ontario one winter!


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