Fish Creek Falls Trail is a 0.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Steamboat Springs, Colorado that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Fish Creek Falls is 283 foot water fall about 5 miles outside of Steamboat Springs, CO. Hiking during the summer and ice climbing in the winter.
Fun and easy, nice little get away for and couple hours of outdoor activity
Gorgeous scenery! A short and easy hike. The falls were frozen and snow covered when I hiked the trail mid march. I prefer longer trails, but if you're looking for short & sweet, this trail might be for you!
Great trail. Water fall is very powerful post run off.
Very easy trail. Snow was deep off trail but hard packed on the trail. Only needed to wear hiking boots. It is a popular spot for tourists. It costs five dollars to park and hike so bring some cash. Fish Creek Falls is frozen but you can watch the ice climbers.
Great, shorter hike for snowshoeing
A lot of uphill but it's absolutely stunning!
Great hike, views, adventures. Must see if your visiting.
It had just snowed and the views and hike were beautiful!
Great short hike. With more spectacular views if you make the extra trip up to Long Lake.
Good workout uphill climb - a little crowded at the top on warmer days
Great workout! Beautiful scenery!
Short hike. Good view. Small uphill hike from the base of the falls to the parking lot