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Hike is no joke but totally worth it. Bring mosquito spray! And shoes for snow.

14 hours ago

Easy and beautiful!

One of my most favorite hikes that I've ever been on. ✨

Loved it!

The easier way to get between the Radium Hot Springs and the Redstreak campground. Was pretty quiet, but wear bug spray - there are tons of mosquitoes!

15 hours ago

I took the long route, from Redstreak camp ground, through the village and then up the Juniper Trail, and it made for a great afternoon. Views from the top are great! Some of the switchbacks are steeper than I was expecting, but a great hike overall. Bonus - the trail leads to the Radium Hot Springs so you can have a soak after your hike!

15 hours ago

Easy trail, but not much to see until you get to the top. Nice views from the top, though. Worth the walk.

This is the same as Crooked Creek Trail. The route on this map is not correct.

Has anyone does this hike recently ? How are the conditions ?! ☺️

Rewarding hike! Great view at the top.

Good moderate 3 hour round trip hike accessible by transit.

23 hours ago

Beautiful mossy forest, moderately challenging, and ends with a powerful waterfall. Trail is very well maintained. Don’t miss the junction to the falls or you will be hiking to Ossa/Pelion Mountain.

Really nice hike for novices. Challenging! The first 1/2 hour is a bit grueling and uphill, but after that its fairly well varied. On a clear day, you can see Garibaldi from the peak, as well as an awesome view of the lions and Cypress ski area. Mid June, there was still a considerable amount of snow and sturdy hiking boots are highly recommended. Cabin lake looks like it would be a great spot to take a dip but it was still ice-covered. Maybe in August!

Nice boardwalk with great springs at the end. Lots of stairs on the boardwalk and some slippery rocks to get into the springs proper. Be prepared! Wear good shoes!

Beautiful trail. Follow to bottom for spectacular views. Bring bug spray for Mosquitoes. Easy walk in then more difficult to bottom. Lots of spots to take pics.

1 day ago

Nice short walk through some varied landscape - there’s small wetlands, a river, a small waterfall and the paint pots. The ochre-coloured mud is very pretty, and something you don’t see everyday. It was warm when I was there, so I sat by the river for a bit and just enjoyed the scenery. Nice, easy walk. Definitely family friendly.

1 day ago

Nice trail - well travelled but not too busy (I was there on a Monday). I sat and had lunch at the end, surrounded by the mountains, and it was beautiful.

This was one of our favorite hikes as it kept you along water the whole hike (and we like water) There must have been an avalanche this past winter as part of the trail is essentially gone and you will get your feet wet! I feel it is recent as the downed trees are obviously “fresh”. We knew it “must be the trail” as it was along the lake, however, we did question being in the right spot.

1 day ago

Did this today Jun 18/18.
This to me was a pretty hard hike considering I did one in Pitt Meadows earlier in the morning. Maybe if I only did this then it would've been a little less stressful on my ankles. quite a long hike.. about 6.5km in and 6.5km back some rough terrain but also some straight paths.. waterfall is amazing and while ur there, dip ur foot in the freezing water.. it'll help with sore ankles like mine. lol. would definitely do it again!

Did this today June 18/18.
was a pretty easy hike.. a bit of an uphill climb near the top but nothing to worry about. view is nice. overall 3/5

1 day ago

Good hike I enjoyed it

Spectacular falls with amazing trails & wooden bridges. Short downhill walk down to falls, steeper on the return!

1 day ago

Beautiful view of Kelowna.

1 day ago

Beautiful falls, only takes about 45 minutes to walk there (at a decent pace). Super easy, more of a walk than a hike.
Perfect outing for young families too, if you want to get out and enjoy nature without going overboard and having to carry your child half the way.
We went yesterday when it was quite hot out so it was perfect to cool off in the water once we reached the falls.

It is very challenging remember the top. When you reach the view it is not the top...keep going. When you reach the flag your done!

Just hiked this last week with three kids (ages 7, 10 and 13). It was beautiful!! It took us around 8 hours from the start of the trail to the Berg Lake campground.

Petite trail
roadtrip 30 min environ
interessant de voir la variété des plantes et des oiseaux

Belle vue sur les montagnes
Trail facile ou moderé pour les débutants
cette trail se fait en 2h30 environ
il est recommandé de faire cette trail à 2 personnes, car risque de rencontre d'ours

Petite trail, se fait en 20 minutes

Interessant de voir les grands cèdres et de lire sur les affiches l'histoire de ceux-ci

Trail parfaite pour entrainement.
Belle vue au top de la montagne

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