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Goat Creek Trail

Flood Notice

Due to the 2013 Flood, some trails and bridges remain washed out and select trails are closed. Significant work has already been done to re-open access to trails and areas. Some popular trails still closed due to flood damage include Ribbon and Galatea Creeks, Marmot and portions of Bill Milne and Prairie Creek.

Get additional details at Trail Reports.

This is a forest trail crossing Goat Creek and the Spray River to join the Spray River Fire Road in Banff National Park. The trail goes to Banff townsite; most of it is in the national park.

Trailhead:Goat Creek Day Use Area
Length:19.3 one-way km
Type:Out-and-Back
Point-to-Point
Group Size Limit:15  (Permit information)
Elevation Gain:150 m / 500 ft
Activities:
Trail Map: Spray Valley Summer Trails Pamphlet with Map