Running Eagle Falls
Running Eagle Falls Trail is a great kid and wheelchair-friendly hike that takes you through stunning scenery. Upon arrival at the waterfall, you will see the smaller rush of water at the base; however, there is more than meets the eye. The Running Eagle Falls are also known as Trick Falls, as a second, only-visible-in-the-summer, 12 m waterfall lays overhead and blocks the smaller waterfall. This second, large waterfall only flows in the spring and summer months.
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Route Description for Running Eagle Falls
Running Eagle Falls Trail is a popular, heavily trafficked hike that is a great experience for kids. Wander down a paved path until you reach a wooden footbridge, which shows the first signs of the waterfalls. As you continue to get closer, the views become more stunning as you see the waterfall surrounded by trees, bedrock and the mountains in the distance. This is a short lollipop trail, so follow the signs to find your way back out.
Getting to the Running Eagle Falls Trailhead
To get to Running Eagle Falls Trail from Two Medicine Campground, head West on Two Medicine Road toward Dry Fork Trail for 3.4 km until you reach your destination.
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