Thompson Creek Falls
The Thompson Creek Falls Hike follows the Mount Cline route until reaching the stellar waterfalls. The trail follows Thompson Creek and is easy to follow to the destination. This is a beautiful trail for intermediate hikers hunting for waterfalls.
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Route Description for Thompson Creek Falls
The trail to Thompson Creek Falls leaves from the campground. From the creek that runs through the campground, cross the highway and begin following the creek upstream to the falls. This is also the Mount Cline route, so you may see some hikers that look like they are off for a big adventure. The trail follows the creek, crossing it a few times for the first 1.2 km before reaching a junction. Stay left here, and continue following the creek. Continue on the trail that runs beside the creek until you begin to hear the roar of the falls. Make your way to the falls and enjoy their stunning natural beauty before turning back.
Getting to the Thompson Creek Falls Trailhead
From the Saskatchewan River Crossing, join Highway 11 to reach Thompson Creek Falls. Travel eastbound for 9.0 km before turning right into the Thompson Creek Campground, where the trailhead is.
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