Buck Creek Dyke Trail in Houston, British Columbia, Canada is a walking trail connecting north and south Houston, BC. The hiking route takes advantage of the local waterways that flow through the community by following Buck Creek most of the way and the mighty Bulkley River for some of the way.
The walking and biking route are part of a series of paths that cover over 7 kms of trails wandering the shores of the two waterways. The trail system mostly follows a gravel path from one park to another. Most of the route is a level easy-grade hiking trail suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
The southern trailhead to the Buck Creek Trail begins in Anderson Park. The northern trailhead is located in Northside Park or at the end of Nadina Avenue near the Bulkley River. Along the route are some interpretive signs with information on the wildlife and the local river environment.
The Buck Creek Trail follows a dyke much of the way. A raised platform walking path with views of rapids, currents and wildlife. Being that the route is a connector trail there are many walkers, joggers and bikers that use the trail to get from point A to point B within the community.