Eagle River Nature Trails

The Eagle River Nature Trails are a Beautiful 2.1km Hiking Trail System Found Inside Yard Creek Provincial Park, B.C

The Eagle River Nature Trails are a 2.1 km lightly trafficked loop trail located near Columbia-Shuswap Regional, British Columbia, Canada that runs along the Eagle River and is great for all skill levels.

Nearby, is a series of loop trails that explore the old growth cedar and hemlock forest along the Eagle River. Recently, there were new upgrades which include a new board walk, foot bridge, and series of 21 interpretive signs. In addition to the Eagle River Trails, you can also visit the trails on the south side of the Highway at Yard Creek Park.

Occasionally, if you look up you may find some of the local inhabitants of which the river is named after. Eagles!

In the Spring and Summer, you can find many local wild flowers. Later, In the fall, you can get an amazing look at the Salmon run which goes up eagle river. Also, It is also home to the hundred year old Giant Cedars! Yes, you can bring your furry friends but make sure that you keep your pooch on a leash.

Additionally, The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Come visit the Eagle River Nature Trails!


Length: 2.1km (1.3 mi)

Elevation Gain: 50m

Route Type: Loop


Giant Cedar Yard Creek Provincial Park
Giant Cedar Tree Found inside Yard Creek Provincial Park on the Eagle River Nature Trails



Find Directions on Google Maps
First, Travel approx 13 km east of Sicamous on Hwy 1 to the west end of the 4-lane section near Malakwa. Then, Turn left onto the north frontage road and drive for approx 300 meters parallel to the highway before turning right into an old gravel pit. Finally, you will see the parking area near the entrance sign and trail map.


Yard Creek Provincial Park Sign
A sign of the Eagle River Nature Trails inside of Yard Creek Provincial Park, British Columbia.


Dogs on leash, kid friendly, Cross-country skiing, Hiking, Nature trips, Walking, Bird watching, Forest, River, Views, wild-flowers, Wildlife, Muddy

Sources: Alltrails, Trailforks

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