Booth Creek

Total Miles
10.6

Elevation

1,308.42 ft

Duration

1.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This is a fun and fairly easy trail if you are looking for a light adventure. There are scenic views of the Rocky Mountains, a climbing area, a thick pine/larch forest, and destinations on either end of the trail. Bring a saw as there is a potential for tight sections. The Perry Creek Climbing Area is on this trail. There is a small parking area for about 6 vehicles and a washroom. We drove this in the winter and saw many tracks of foxes, coyotes, elk, deer, and wolves.

Photos of Booth Creek

Booth Creek
Booth Creek
Booth Creek

Difficulty

The trail is fairly easy. The only notable places are a road deactivation that can be easily navigated by a stock vehicle 4x4, and a mud hole that changes in difficulty based on the season. Early spring during the melt, it can be up to 3 ft deep, but when it is dry in the summer, it is a fun easy obstacle. In the winter, it freezes the top layer, but flowing water keeps the ice thin. There is a bypass around it for those who are not willing.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

You can start from New Lake, or from Old Towne/Perry Creek Falls.

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