Begbie Creek Hiking Trail

Begbie Creek Trail is a short easy-going 2 kilometre hiking trail leading to a crashing waterfall, Upper Arrow Lake and mountain climbing opportunities. Along the trail there are some off-shoot trails on your left leading to popular bluffs often frequented by climbers. Bring your gear or, if you do not climb, binoculars and spot the […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On December 26, 2009
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Begbie Creek Trail is a short easy-going 2 kilometre hiking trail leading to a crashing waterfall, Upper Arrow Lake and mountain climbing opportunities. Along the trail there are some off-shoot trails on your left leading to popular bluffs often frequented by

Falls on Begbie Creek

climbers. Bring your gear or, if you do not climb, binoculars and spot the climbers on the rocks!

The popular wilderness trail is located south of the community of Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada on the west side of Upper Arrow Lake. The Begbie Creek Trail is a multi purpose trail used by hikers, mountain bikers, mountain climbers and dog walkers. It is important to respect each other on the trail, as it can get busy.

From the gravel parking lot, the path starts out as an old access road and then quickly starts downward toward the creek’s edge, at which time it converts to a single track route. The forested trail follows a hard packed earthy path, spotted with exposed tree roots and boulders. Bring good foot wear, as the rocks and trail can get really slippery in some sections because of the moisture and mist thrown onto the trail by Begbie Creek.

On your right there are unmanaged Trails to explore.

via Revelstoke, BC, Canada : Begbie Creek Hiking Trail, British Columbia. .

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