The Enderby Cliffs tower above the northern Okanagan Valley. Stunning views at the top extend as far as Vernon in the south and Salmon Arm to the north.

View from Enderby Cliffs

The hike starts down in the valley and winds up through forest. It’s a bit of a grind, ascending around 600 meters before reaching the top of the cliffs. From there it is absolutely hiking paradise, tramping around the rim of steep cliffs all the way to the highpoint, 1.5 km later.

Hiking along the rim toward Enderby Cliffs

Directions To Trailhead:

Head north from Vernon on HWY 97A and turn right onto Cliff Rd in the centre of Enderby town. This turns into the Mabel Lake road soon after and there are useful signs along here directing to turn left 2km later onto Brash Allen Rd. At the end of this road, there is a parking lot dedicated to the hike and associated provincial park.

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Distance from Vernon to Trailhead: 41km
Walking time: 4-6 hours
Trail Length: 14km round trip
Elevation gain: 707m
GPS: Not necessary
Easy to Keep on Trail: yes

View West from Enderby Cliffs

GPS Download: GPX | KML

Enderby Cliff Summit