Approximately 22 KM (14 miles) from Penticton, British Columbia. Hiking time round trip- 5.5 to 6 hrs allowing for stops. Round trip roughly 6.5 KM (4 miles), elevation gain-450M (1472 feet). Best time is usually June to October.
Directions: From Penticton drive 19.8 KM (12.3 miles) south on highway 97 to Okanagan Falls. Turn right just before the bridge going into Okanagan Falls onto Green Lake Road. Follow Green Lake Road for 7.5 KM (4.7 miles) past Green Lake to Mahoney Lake. There is a small area on the west side of Green Lake Road near the south end of Mahoney Lake where one can park. On the east side of the road there is a gate in the fence with a sign saying "Park Boundary". On the east side of the meadow behind the gate there is a trail. Will not attempt to describe the route. Basically kept on trails that headed SE and climbed. A GPS is very useful and is recommended. Eventually came across a flagged trail that went to a peak. Am not sure if this peak was Mt Keogan or is it the one a short distance to the south? The peak to the south seemed a bit lower. There appears to be trail from this peak to the next peak to the south. Something to check out in the future. At GPS waypoint MK7B1 there is a trail intersecting on the right heading east. If one takes this trail it will be a shorter route to GPS waypoint MK8. Otherwise the other trail will eventually loop around to MK8 but will be hard to follow in places. The photos below show the route taken and provide a bit of description.
GPS Data: Right click on link to bring up menu to download (save) file.