North Drywood Falls Trail
North Drywood Falls is an easy hike that is recommended for all abilities. Beginner and intermediate hikers and those with families will find this to be an excellent choice. The trail is easy to follow and leads to a small waterfall with space to rest. Plan a picnic lunch and set up near the falls for an enjoyable afternoon before returning to the trailhead.
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Route Description for North Drywood Falls Trail
The hike starts off on an old gravel road which is great for strollers or bikes at first, but as you get closer to the falls it becomes a single track trail so a stroller likely isn’t going to be easy to get through.
Keep in mind, this trail is a slow and steady incline up the entire way to the falls. It’s consistent with no flat spots. Pincher Ridge will be visible to your right and then your left for the duration of the hike. Enjoy the falls before returning the way you came.
Getting to the North Drywood Falls Trail Trailhead
To get to North Drywood Falls trailhead, follow AB-6 southbound from Pincher Creek for 20.0 km. Turn right onto Township Road 43A and continue onto Range Road 304 after 6.0 km. Follow signs for North Drywood Falls trailhead from here.
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