If you love long walks in the woods, then you’ll love the Lockhart Creek Trail. You can hike way up the creek drainage for a mighty 22km round trip… or just stretch your campground legs with a quick kilometre out and back.
Trailhead: Lockhart Beach Provincial Park Distance, round trip: 2.3km Elevation: +175m Season: early April to early November Difficulty: Easy
There is nothing like hiking a beautifully crafted trail! The hike to Red Mountain weaves through forests and bluffs at a steady grade, lifting you up to the summit with big views over the ski resort and Rossland.
Trailhead: Red Mountain Ski Resort Distance, round trip: 9km Elevation: +428m Season: mid May to late October Difficulty: Moderate
The landscape changes dramatically between Christina Lake and Grand Forks. You round a corner on Highway 3 and suddenly forest gives way to grassy slopes, full of dramatic pines and boulders. If you’ve ever gazed longingly at the hills and wondered if there is a hiking trail, well yes! Yes there is!
Trailhead: Gilpin FSR Distance, round trip: 8km Elevation: +100m Season: March to November Difficulty: Easy