Porcupine Creeks

Exshaw , Alberta

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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.

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"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."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Exshaw
Distance: 5.3
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Long day hikes, backpack
Local Maps: 82 J/14 Spray Lakes Reservoir, 82 J/15 Bragg Creek
Driving Directions: Directions to Porcupine Creeks

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May 2018