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Hill Climb event this weekend

The 60th Knox Mountain Hill Climb will take place this weekend

The 60th annual Knox Mountain Hill Climb is taking place from Saturday, May 20 to Sunday May 21. Access to Knox Mountain Park will be limited to ticket holders only during the weekend. The off-leash dog park and tennis courts will also be closed for the weekend.

There will be parking restrictions on the north side of Broadway Avenue on Friday, May 19 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to accommodate event set-up.

Public access to the park and the dog park will be limited on Friday, May 19 and Monday, May 22 to safely accommodate the set-up and tear-down of the event.

Public access to Paul’s Tomb will be available through Poplar Point Drive.

Find out more information on the event here.

For more information on the City’s parks and public spaces, including locations of other tennis courts and dog parks, visit kelowna.ca/parks.

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