High Falls Creek Path

MODERATE 6 reviews
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High Falls Creek Path is a 12.6 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Squamish-Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
12.6 km
ELEVATION GAIN
1,065 m
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dog friendly

hiking

walking

forest

river

views

waterfall

hiking
1 month ago

I enjoyed this hike, found it the right amount of incline/scrambling with some pretty fantastic viewpoints. Trail was not busy. We took the logging road down, in retrospect I’d take the trail down next time mostly because the road gets dusty and pretty boring after a while.

hiking
3 months ago

Quiet trail with gorgeous views. Challenging because of the incline and climbing aspects. Well marked and walked on, not sure how other people got lost. The "top" is very anticlimactic, we huffed up a hill to find a spot to eat lunch in the brush before descending the logging road. Perhaps would have taken the trail back but was concerned our dog would have a hard time going down the steep stuff. Road is long- bring lots of water!

hiking
Monday, June 05, 2017

Nice hike with very little traffic. We showed up at noon on a Sunday and only saw 3 or 4 cars parked at the trailhead, which is a nice change from some of the trails closer to Squamish. Nothing too difficult - a few ropes and chains to help in places which may intimidate new hikers. Trail was easy to find and follow. We took the logging road back down which was a bit of a slog but the entire loop only took 3 hours so works well for a morning or afternoon hike. Views aren't the best you can find in the area but still pretty and worth checking out.

hiking
Thursday, November 26, 2015

The hike up is good fun with some nice views looking down the valley and a few sections of trail which might be harrowing for the easily intimidated. A tree has come down at a junction that makes it easy to come up short and not do the full trail. If you come to the FSR and didn't have to navigate a big rock field you took a fork and cut out a chunk of the trail. Once you do get to the top it is a bit of a drag hiking back down along the FSR. If it is a hot day make sure you've got some water because it is open and dusty on a scorcher.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
Sunday, May 03, 2015