Local Videographer Showcases Vernon’s Stunning Mountain Bike Trails – Vernon Morning Star



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VIDEO: Local videographer showcases Vernon’s stunning mountain biking trails

Jackson Parker captures the magic of mountain biking in Kalamalka Provincial Park



A local videographer has released a new mountain bike video showcasing the great trails the Vernon area has to offer.

Jackson Parker produced the video showing the winding trail system in Kalamalka Provincial Park and King Eddie Plateau.

The video is based on the new 54 kilometer mountain bike course called Killer King and features Okanagan riders Ben Byers, Emmett Hancock (formerly of Kelowna and now on the Junior World Cup circuit) and riders of the SilverStar downhill team Seth and Tayte Proulx-Royds.

The video has already been shared on Tourism Vernon websitein Canadian MTB magazine and on Mountain Biking BC’s website.


Brendan Shykora

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