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Kelowna, Regional District of Central Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada (49.88792 -119.49590)

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Name: Kelowna topographic map, elevation, relief.
Coordinates: 49.77282 -119.58906 50.02546 -119.31978
Minimum elevation: 342 m
Maximum elevation: 2,169 m
Average elevation: 1,068 m


Dilworth Mountain is a relatively low and isolated mountain which is located near the geographic center of the city. It lies across from Knox Mountain to the West, and forms part of the eastern heights between which Glenmore Valley lies. While technically a mountain, it rises about one thousand feet or so above the rest of the Okanagan Valley (just over 2,000 feet elevation). It has been very extensively developed in recent years; decades of blasting and construction work have resulted in a scenic collection of neighborhoods with suburban character but located only minutes from Central City. Like many other Kelowna residential districts, Dilworth has gone from relative isolation and wilderness to hosting many residential roads with hundreds of homes, many of which are considered fairly expensive and high-end.

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