This is a one-way trail. Distance only counts one way.
The trail starts in an open forest on the west side of the road, and continues west for a short distance to the bank of the Granby River. Once it reaches the river, the trail turns right and winds its way north staying close to the riverbank. Use care if you venture off the trail, as there are steep drop-offs along much of the riverbank. Features along the trail include clear water, pools and boulders of the Granby River, rock bluffs along the river, and small waterfalls on Burns Creek. The trail stays high on the riverbank for the majority of its length. There are a few points where the trial drops down close to the river to access small sandy beaches and the shallow rocky river.
This is an easy trail that is suitable for most ages and abilities.
From the bridge in Grand Forks, drive east on Highway 3 for 50 m to the junction with the Granby Road on the left. Turn left up the Granby Road, and follow it for 16.3 km to where the paving ends at a junction. Turn left across the bridge onto the Granby River Forest Service Road (FSR), and proceed 1.2 km to the trailhead. Look for a brown and white signpost marking the trailhead on the left side of the road and a large pullout area used for parking on the right side. All roads are well maintained and suitable for 2WD vehicles.
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