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Lockhart Creek Trail Professional Review and Guide
"One of the last intact watersheds along the eastern shore of Kootenay Lake, Lockhart Creek has been protected as a provincial park. The tumbling creek dissects this 9200-acre (3734 hectares) green swath, and its accompanying trail is your only portal into this wilderness. Traveling through the heart of the park, the Lockhart Creek Trail is a sheer delight for both human and hound, hugging the cascading creek through cool, damp forest for most of the way. This hike is a good choice on hot and rainy days, for the thick forest canopy keeps you sheltered from both sun and rain."
--Craig Romano & Alan L. Bauer, Best Hikes with Dogs: Inland Northwest (The Mountaineers Books).
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