Deep Creek Trail

  • Open Season:  year round
  • Length:  2.2 miles (one-way)
  • Location of trail: On top of the Deep Creek Dike, east or south entrance to the refuge.
  • Surface:  Well-maintained trail forested with cottonwood and other broad-leaved trees
  • Difficulty:  easy

Chickadee Trail

  • Open Season: year round
  • Length:  0.2 miles     
  • Location of trail: near headquarters building
  • Surface: paved loop with benches and interpretive signs
  • Difficulty:  easy

O’le Humpback Trail

  • Trail Name:  O’le Humpback Trail
  • Open Season: year round
  • Length:  1 mile (one-way)
  • Location of trail : Off Lion’s Den Road, south of the refuge headquarters.
  • Surface: Forest floor
  • Difficulty:  Steep
  • Information:   Winds its way through forest habitat up to land owned by the U.S. Forest Service. Short Loops offer vantage points of the Selkirk and Purcell Mountain Ranges.

  Myrtle Creek Falls Trail

  • Open Season: year round
  • Length:  0.25 miles (one-way)
  • Location of trail: : across county road from headquarters building
  • Surface: Paved from trailhead to bridge over Myrtle Creek, then dirt, rocky trail to waterfall.
  • Difficulty:  easy/moderate
  • Information:  The trail takes visitors off Refuge property and onto U.S. Forest Service land to an observation point of the 100 foot tall Myrtle Creek Falls. The Refuge trail is paved up to the bridge over Myrtle Creek. The remainder of the trail becomes a dirt trail with switchbacks past the bridge.