BX Creek Trail is a 3.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Vernon, British Columbia, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length3.6 miElevation gain567 ftRoute typeOut & back
Kid friendlyCross-country skiingHikingNature tripsWalkingRiverViewsWaterfallWildlifeMuddyOver grownRockySnowWashed outNo dogs
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Note: Hike is accessible however the falls viewing area is CLOSED. Please check with the city page for more information.

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Cynthia Toews
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HikingIcy

One of the most beautiful trails I’ve been on. Stairs are very icy, probably want to be in decent shape to attempt. Trail alternates between hiking and walking but it’s so worth it. Dog did fine, even on the stairs (better than me)!

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ਧਰਮਪ੍ਰੀਤ ਚੀਮਾਂ
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Kelsey Lund Dergousoff
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HikingIcy

Great trail some areas tough due to snow

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Daniel Fedosenko
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Running

A very nice family friendly hike in the winter. Be sure to wear microspikes so you don’t slip. Awesome times and views. Especially the waterfall!

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April Falcon
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HikingGreat!

the trail had all it's replacements finished and it wasn't a disappointment for my first adventure in this town. incredible views and atmosphere. It's like the land fell in at one point and with each turn a completely different landscape was infront of me.

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Anthony Knezevic
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Hayley Hyslop
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Mike Stevenson
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Hiking

Still closed at the lower portion of the trail as they continue to replace two bridges. But you can still get a good out and back trek from the upper parking lot. The falls are always a cool and welcoming sight!

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Koralee Pearson
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Hiking

Beautiful walk and not too difficult. Bonus was seeing all the low riders on display.

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Ormr Uhtredson
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HikingClosed

Decent local Trail, couldn't do the whole trail as it's currently under maintenance, 2020 Aug 7

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Devin Drader
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Hiking

Bottom side of trail has some washed out sections you have to cross using logs. Very do-able as I hiked with a couple elderly folks for awhile. Very nice hike and easy for kids

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Ashley Dwan
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HikingBlowdownBridge outMuddyOff trailWashed out

If you start at Tillicum rd enter here you can hike for quite a bit on this trail. The other entrance on Star Rd only goes to the end of the chain link fence before the trail is closed and washed out at the moment. Sadly no dogs are allowed on this trail but have been allowed on leash in the past, so you may still see people bringing them on leash. The Falls are not far from the Tillicum rd entrance and good set of stairs down to get to them. There are two other steeper set of stairs on this trail as well. When this trail is up kept after flossing season it is a great little hike and cool through the trees on hot days. Such beauty in the Forrest area with the sounds of rushing water, streams, moss, rocks and tall trees with some blow down. Note: on either sides of the trail is private properties and you will see some signage for this.

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Barb Dilio
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One of the best hikes I have ever done. My 5 and 9 year old loved it. Only one problem which is why I withhold a star....no dogs allowed. Super disappointing.

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Andrea P
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HikingBlowdownBridge outFloodedMuddy
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Marcel Humberto
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HikingBlowdown

The trail was washed out near the end of the turn around point. Refer to my recording as you’ll see by all the turn around a where the trail was washed out. Great trail other wise!

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Rose Bronswyk
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HikingBridge outFlooded
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Alexa Weremy
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HikingClosedFloodedMuddyWashed out

Only able to go about 1 km in comfortably. Creek has washed out portion and therefore to continue, would have to cross water on fallen trees, as some have evidently done.

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Scott Juniper
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HikingFlooded

Trail closed halfway through during high water season. Approach from top if you want to see the falls.

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Mike Stevenson
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HikingBridge out

A short and relatively easy hike, which offers plenty of shade, and if started at the downstream end of the trail, offers the reward of BX Falls at the upstream terminus (or one can elect at the upper end and enjoy the falls first). We first hiked this trail last August and enjoyed the full length of the trail. In early May however, Mother Nature and the spring runoff prevents would be trekkers from completing the entire out and back hike. That said, seeing the falls with the volume of water flowing through them at present is worth the short hike and 100ish steps down to the bottom of the falls. Take your camera and enjoy the spray mist from the violent flow of spring melt! Then plan to return mid summer and compare your experience!

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