British Columbia is home to hundreds of kilometers of abandoned rail right-of-ways. Many of these abandoned railway corridors provide excellent opportunities for outdoor recreation. Unfortunately, very few of these abandoned rail right-of-ways are officially recognized as recreational trails. Check out the following websites about recreational opportunities on some of these trails.
Kettle Valley Railway Web Sites
The abandoned Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) is probably British Columbia's most famous rail trail even though it has not received any kind of official designation as a recreational trail. If the entire length of the abandoned KVR were to be converted to a recreational trail it would be the longest rail trail in the world. The following links should provide you with all you need to know to plan your KVR cycling/hiking/horseback riding trip.