Rating: 3 stars.
Distance: 1.7 km.
Description: A surprisingly nice little trail. The trail features a loop circuit up the east side and down the west side of Gorge Creek. The trail takes in three distinct waterfalls. Combine this trail with a history lesson on the Canadian Pacific Railway! This is where the famous last spike was driven in to complete the our national railway in 1885.
Directions: Head west on the Trans Canada to Craigellachie. Pull into the tourist parking lot. You will see two buildings. The first is the washrooms, the second is the giftshop. Just past the first building follow the paved path on the right uphill toward the highway. At the top of the paved path is a sign describing the trail. Cross the highway directly across from this sign to pick up the trailhead. Be extremely careful crossing the highway here, the oncoming traffic from the west is hidden.
- Gorge Creek Falls Trailhead: N50 58.487 W118 43.480