- Pandosy to Lakeshore Road and when Lakeshore Road turns right, go straight. Now on Chute Lake Road.
- When you come to a “Y” with Chute Lake Road being the left arm and Chute Lake Crescent being the right arm, take the left – Chute Lake Road. (There’s a flashing yellow light at this intersection.)
- When the road curves to the right, go straight ahead, still on pavement and following the overhead power lines.
- Drive past “Upper Mission Estates” street sign which is on a pole on your left.
- Follow the pavement up .3 km and turn left. You will then see an official Forestry sign, “Gillard Forest Service Road,” with a big “WARNING” sign, and at the bottom is a sign, “Chute Lake Resort 22 kms.”
- About l.3 km further you turn left onto a dirt road just in front of the “Kettle Valley Stone Company” entrance.
- At about another 3 km you take the road to the right.
- Travel up another 3.4 km and the road splits again. Take the left.
- Another 2 km and you reach the Kettle Valley Trail. There’s a cattle guard here and hopefully there’s still a “Chute Lake” sign on a post to the right. Turn right onto the Trail and it’s 11 km to Chute Lake. (Rough!)
- Not recommended to pull trailers up this route. The Penticton side is preferred.
Take Naramata Rd. to Naramata/Chute Lake Rd. junction.
Go straight ahead for 6 miles and turn right on the wide paved road.
From this point it is 7 miles to Chute Lake, keeping to the right
all the way.