Redstreak Creek Trail
Hiking the Redstreak Creek Trail is a quick and relatively easy hike that features several steep sections of terrain and a peaceful forest setting. While out on the trail, you will hike through the tranquil woodland atmosphere along Redstreak Creek, eventually reaching the signposted end of the trail with a nice sitting area to pause for a quick rest. Although this trail is generally well-maintained, severe weather will see a fair amount of blowdown along the trail.
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Route Description for Redstreak Creek Trail
The Redstreak Creek Trail isn’t an overly popular route in Kootenay National Park; however, those hikers that do make their may onto the trail praise its amazing forest setting and variety in terms of terrain difficulty. Setting out from the trailhead, you will make your way into the dense forest and cross over Sinclair Creek, following closely along the waters of Redstreak Creek as it cuts through the forest to the southeast. There is a bit of steep terrain along this first portion of the route, but it will even out into a pleasant stroll where you can relax in the peaceful woodland atmosphere. Eventually, you climb another slightly steeper section of trail before arriving at the marked end of the trail. Hang out here for a bit and enjoy the serene creekside setting before retracing your steps through the forest on the return to the trailhead.
Getting to the Redstreak Creek Trail Trailhead
To access the trailhead for the Redstreak Creek Trail from Radium Hot Springs, make your way northeast along BC-93 for 5.7 km where you will find the trail on the right.
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