This is a very short, but picturesque, hike -1.2 kilometres round trip- and should take less than an hour to complete. This trail is rated Easy and has minimal elevation gain and is well defined. For the more experienced hiker, a well-worn path is visible on the edge of the creek for a few more kilometers up the creek past a small bridge. This portion of the trail has steep cliffs with no barriers and no trail markings.
The trail wanders beside Teeter Creek , meandering through the trees until you reach the end of the well marked trail at a bridge and a water flow sampling station. Here, a small waterfall tumbles into a deep pool that, at the right time of the year, is good fishing for Grayling coming up from the Liard River below.
Length: 1.2 km round trip
Directions: Driving northwest along the Alaska Highway, you will find the trailhead 8 kms past the entrance to the Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park. Pull off the highway to the right, just before the Teeter Creek bridge, into a small turnaround/parking area.
View some sections of this trail through google street view here.
This area is currently open, but please respect physical distancing requirements when using hiking trails and other areas throughout the Northern Rockies.