Old Coach Trail

British Columbia



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Radium Hot Springs

Trail Length: 8 km one way

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Birding
Dog Walking
Hiking
Jogging
Mountain Biking
Pet Friendly
Sightseeing
Walking
Wildlife Watching


This trail is great for hiking or cycling and can be accessed all year. It's one of our favourites for a short bike ride with the option of riding the trail both ways or returning to Radium via Hwy 93/95. There’s a trail head with information kiosk at both ends, one just outside Radium, one a bit further South at Dry Gulch. When hiking we like to start at the Dry Gulch trail head and work our way back towards Radium.

A few side loops lead out to some spectacular look-offs over the Columbia River wetlands where you can often observe eagles as they scan the wetlands for prey. Deer & Bighorn Sheep are also common sights. Elevation gain/loss is minimal - a few short hills near Radium that are fun on a bike but hardly noticeable when walking. Cyclists take note: It can get a little dusty on the trail in the summer

Address:

Old Coach Trail
Radium Hot Springs
Canada

How To Get ToOld Coach Trail

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From Radium take Hwy 93/95 South and look for a gravel road on your right shortly after you leave town, turn onto the gravel road and drive a short distance further to the gate. This is the Radium trail head. For the Dry Gulch trail head keep driving South until you see a small trail sign on your right, turn right onto the gravel road just after the sign, then follow the road to your left to a parking area.
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