Fir Creek

Longview, Alberta

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A trail starts near the road sign east of the creek and climbs the road cut into the few Douglas firs left after reconstruction of the highway in 1982/83. A double-track trail carries on through aspen meadows to a junction where the second edition trail went left. This time keep straight and cross a lovely side slope of grass and Limber pines into the upper valley where arrows lead to a campsite used by Scouts during the World Jamboree in 1983. The valley head is all meadow and boxed in on three sides by the Bull Creek Hills.

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"A trail starts near the road sign east of the creek and climbs the road cut into the few Douglas firs left after reconstruction of the highway in 1982/83. A double-track trail carries on through aspen meadows to a junction where the second edition trail went left. This time keep straight and cross a lovely side slope of grass and Limber pines into the upper valley where arrows lead to a campsite used by Scouts during the World Jamboree in 1983. The valley head is all meadow and boxed in on three sides by the Bull Creek Hills."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Longview
Distance: 3.98
Elevation Gain: 746 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: Day hike
Local Maps: Map 82 J / 7 Mount Head NTS.
Driving Directions: Directions to Fir Creek

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May 2018