Allstones Creek Trail
Allstones Creek Trail is an out-and-back hike for all abilities. It’s flat, easy, and doesn’t cover much distance. If you have young children or want to stretch your legs to break from a long drive, hiking up the creek is perfect for you. It isn’t much of an investment but has great rewards.
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Route Description for Allstones Creek Trail
Cross the highway from where you pulled over and look for a trail in the woods leading to Allstones Creek. Follow the creek from the flood culvert all the way upstream until you reach a small waterfall. This is your turnaround point and makes a great spot for a break before heading back. This trail isn’t very well-maintained and requires a little bit of adventure.
Getting to the Allstones Creek Trail Trailhead
To get to Allstones Creek trailhead, drive from Saskatchewan River Crossing along Highway 11 for 50.0 km before pulling over to park along the road for Allstones Creek.
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