Norboe Creek Free Camping

At Norboe Creek you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Tables, Toilets Site Description:A small, heavily treed site in the Bull River Valley. The Hornaday Pass trail starts here. Driving Directions:Commencing at the Fort Steele Historic Park, proceed north on Hwy 93/95 for 300 metres. Turn […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On May 1, 2011
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At Norboe Creek you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Tables, Toilets

Site Description:A small, heavily treed site in the Bull River Valley. The Hornaday Pass trail starts here.

Driving Directions:Commencing at the Fort Steele Historic Park, proceed north on Hwy 93/95 for 300 metres. Turn right onto the Wardner – Ft. Steele Road. Follow this road for 22 km to the Power Plant Road. Turn left onto this road and follow it over the Bull River Canyon. On the east side of the river, you will find yourself at the 22 km road marker on the Bull River FSR. Turn left and contiue following the Bull River FSR to Narboe Creek which is between the 74 km and 75 km markers. The Narboe Creek Recreation Site is on the south side of the creek.

 

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