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Porcupine Creeks Professional Review and Guide
"Because of easy terrain, for the most part, both forks of Porcupine Creek are popular with people wanting to get off the beaten track. As a bonus, several ridges and unnamed mountains are available to hikers and scramblers. For mountains far back, take a tent; nothing is as maddening as finding yourself within 150 meters of an attainable summit when time runs out. Step out along a gravel road on the northeast bank of Porcupine Creek. Intersect the Wasootch Creek to Baldy Pass trail (#42) and continue along the left bank on an interesting scrambly trail that brings you to the forks at a fire circle."
--Gillean Daffern, Kananaskis Country Trail Guide: Volume 1 (Rocky Mountain Books).
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