Easy Bike Trails

Swift Creek Lookout & Loop Trail

Swift Creek Lookout & Loop Trail

Here’s a list of easier biking trails

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Trail Name,Distance (2 ways/loop),Difficulty,Description,Status,Elevation Gain

Big Foot Trail Loop,0-3.6km,difficultyeasy Easy Wheelchair Symbol-crop ,Paved wide sidewalk around the village,Open,minimal

George Hicks Park,0.54km,difficultyeasy Easy Wheelchair Symbol-crop ,Observe tiny marsh critters – very close to info centre,open,minimal

5-mile TV tower lookout,3km,difficultyeasy Easy, Walk bike or drive – great views of the village and Premier Range but don’t get too close to the cliff,open,30m/100ft

Cranberry Marsh,6km loop,difficultyeasy Easy,A hotbed of ecological activity – a wildlife and bird watcher’s delight,open,minimal

Overlander Falls,0.3km / 2.5km,difficultyeasyEasy to difficultymore Medium,Two options for trails one short one long. Fairly narrow. Remember the first Overlanders who came by horse and boat,open,71m/232ft

Kinney Lake,~10km,difficultyeasyEasy to difficultymore Medium,Emerald Lake at the base of Mt. Robson. The trail is rocky in patches but wide and well-used,open,131m/430ft