Distance: 2.0 km (one-way)
Time: 10 – 30 min
Elevation Gain: 21 m
Elevation Loss: 0 m

Technical Rating: Beginner
Physical Rating: Easy
Season: March – November
Permit Required: No

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Pemberton Creek Trail is a wide gravel pathway that runs from the southwest end of the Pemberton Valley Loop out towards the Pemberton Creek Falls trailhead. Nearing the Pemberton Creek Falls trailhead, the trail does get considerably narrower and at times may be overgrown. Please note that the Pemberton Creek Falls trail is hiking only. If you would like to access the falls, please make sure to bring a lock to lock-up your bike near the trailhead and continue on up the Pemberton Creek Falls trail by foot.

The Pemberton Creek Trail is an easy out-and-back pedal, accessible from behind the Pemberton Valley Lodge. It serves as a connecting trail to the One Mile Lake Area, Tour de Soo and the Valley Loop. Beginners and families will enjoy using the trail to access the beach or to get out for a leisurely spin. This is a popular path among joggers, dog walkers and cyclist during the weekends, yet you’ll never feel crowded riding here. The pathway is wide enough to accommodate all users and is neatly tucked in behind a residential area providing a sound barrier from the Hwy that runs parallel to it. There are several foot paths leading to Pemberton Creek trail, making it a breeze to access from the village.

TRAILHEAD | N50 18.804 W122 47.480

There are several access points to Pemberton Creek Trail. The primary access is via Valley Loop, just south of the Pemberton Valley Lodge. Begin at the Lodge and ride south (behind the lodge) along the Valley Loop for about 300 m to the well-marked trailhead for Pemberton Creek Trail.

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