This 3.84-mile out-and-back trail makes an excellent evening excursion for intermediate riders. After crossing a high-quality suspension bridge over the North Saskatchewan River, the trail follows a good, wide track to a second crossing. Turn right at the junction, and the trail becomes a narrow singletrack as it climbs toward the falls.
NOTE: In some areas there are very steep slopes/cliffs and also narrow paths, which may make it very difficult when wet or snow covered.
The trail is found along Highway 11, the David Thompson Highway, at the Siffleur Falls day-use area.
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Posted By: Baby Thor
- Mon Apr 01 18:42:30 UTC 2019
UpsideCool falls, great trees DownsideA bit boring most of the way CommentGood for unfit friends and getting out of the city. Dog friendly (although they may not like crossing the suspension bridge).
Posted By: Ray Ray
- Fri Jun 26 06:30:35 UTC 2015
UpsidePretty. Some great views of the gorge and other peaks. Did the hike to the 3 falls. Trail was in good shape, could see they had cleared some dead fall off the trail. Was close to 15 km round trip. DownsideA bit of a drive from Red Deer CommentStaging area was nice
Posted By: LiseP
- Fri May 07 18:27:10 UTC 2010
UpsideAbsolutely loved it! We first hiked it with our daughters when they were 3 and 6 years old. They loved the bridges. DownsideThere are a few narrow & steep sections of the trail that make it a little more challenging/ nerve racking with kids, so caution must be used. CommentBring your camera...the view is incredible.
Posted By: sealydabear
- Thu Jul 03 06:33:48 UTC 2008
Upsidevery beautiful, nice trail. DownsideSteep cliffs and the bridge cause problems for dogs. Keep your pet on a leash on this one.
Posted By: rexvirtue
- Tue Jul 10 19:53:58 UTC 2007
Upsidefast trails, not too much elevation gain, so that means easy. great views. Downsidenot too much elevation gain. the trail after the 1st falls in not maintained, Commentwe had to carry our bikes from after the first falls. lots of deadfall in our way. that made it kinda slow and our bikes became a heavy load. frustrating that we couldn't really ride after the 1st falls, but still a sweet trip.
Posted By: mitch
- Sat Oct 07 17:24:28 UTC 2006
UpsideThis is a great hiking trail that can be biked, some of the dh is actually pretty awesome Downsidenone Commentif your in the area check it out just past the suspension bridge is a sweet techi section that you have hike directly up to ride down but its supper steep which is cool
Posted By: sooupy
- Mon Jul 10 15:07:45 UTC 2006
UpsideIt was an Amazing hike I've never been there, Loved it, would go agian Beautiful Lanshape, and the falls are awesome DownsideTHe Drive From Red Deer is about 2.5hr (west), and it over an hour (west) from Rocky...you better like to Drive CommentThis was beautiful hike, looking forward to the next one