The trail up Loudon Creek leaves from the Siffleur Falls trailhead and crosses the Saskatchewan River over a suspension bridge. It then continues along the main path before veering off to Loudon Creek, following the creek until it joins the Saskatchewan River.
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Route Description for Loudon Creek
The hike to Loudon Creek begins on the Siffleur Falls Trail over the suspension bridge on the North Saskatchewan River. The trail continues to an open meadow equipped with a wide boardwalk to conserve the sensitive environment. At the end of the boardwalk, turn right onto an old decommissioned road. This will lead you to Loudon Creek. Follow the creek until it meets the Saskatchewan River before turning back. Some cyclists will ride to the Warden Station in Banff National Park along the 93N.
Getting to the Loudon Creek Trailhead
To get to Loudon Creek trail, turn onto Highway 11 from Highway 93N at Saskatchewan River Crossing and travel 26.8 km before reaching the turnoff for Siffleur Falls on your right. Pull into the parking area for the trailhead to Loudon Creek.
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