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Unread 08-12-2012, 12:12 PM   #1
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Creek Falls Directions

I am trying to plan a little weekend trip to creek falls and was wondering if anyone could help me out with exactly how to get there. I know where it is and have driven on roads near there but have never gone to the falls. Thanks

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Unread 08-12-2012, 02:39 PM   #2
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Anyone??? I was just down by the chaintown bridge the other day. I'm just wondering how difficult the trail is back to the falls
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Took a ride back to the falls a couple of weeks ago with my son. Didn't have any problems. It not a cake walk, but it's not a bad ride if you are capable and careful.
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Took a ride back to the falls a couple of weeks ago with my son. Didn't have any problems. It not a cake walk, but it's not a bad ride if you are capable and careful.
Thank you! About how far would you say it is from the bridge to the falls? And from what I understand you have to cross the creek, is this deep/difficult? I've forded before but only in places I was very familiar with
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Maybe two miles from chaintown bridge to the falls. The creek is an easy cross, it's the mud holes that will bury you never to be seen again.


Don't go out there alone. If you get stuck, or break down and need to leave your vehicle over night, chances are high that it will be stripped and torched by morning.
Not sure if it's even legal to be out there, that's been debated for years.Just throwing that out as a warning.
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Unread 08-12-2012, 03:20 PM   #6
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Thanks for the warning! We were planning on having 3 vehicles. One guy backed out and the other is on the fence. If nothing else I'll be walking back to the falls to have a good time! Thanks again
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