Goat River Trail


  1. Name Goat River Trail
  2. Length of trail 95 km, 59 miles
  3. Length in days 5 days
  4. Start of trail Crescent Spur
  5. End of trail Bowron Park HQ
  6. Traildino grading MW, Moderate walk, backpacking trail
  7. Hut tour grading T1, Walk

Crescent Spur – Bowron Park HQ, 95 km, 5 days

The Goat River Trail is a historic wilderness trail along the Goat River, British Columbia. This trail once served as a gold mining route, back in the 1880's (the Cariboo Gold Rush). The current route is a nearly continuous foot-trail from Crescent Spur to Bowron Lake in Bowron Provincial Park, passing through majestic old-growth forest.

There are backpacker campsites at several locations along the trail. The trail is a part of the National Trail


Hiking Map Goat River Trail


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