Log Train Trail (Roger Creek)

Log Train Trail (Roger Creek)

The Log Train Trail is a historic rail bed originally developed in the early 1900’s as part of the Bainbridge Mill rail-logging operation.  The main section of the trail stretches for 25 kilometers along the foot of the Beaufort Range. Information pertaining to this primary section of the trail can be found at the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District.   

The Roger Creek section provides for numerous entry and exit points, making it suitable for shorter an extended trips.  Many users often connect this section of the trail with further trips along the Log Train Trail to the north or onto the trails connecting to Ship Creek Road and the nearby Alberni Inlet Trail.  

Trail users can enter this section at either the south or north end with parking available off Burde Street and the Port Alberni Highway. Aside from the Roger Creek ravine, the trail is level grade and therefore easily accessible.  Descent into the ravine is steep so users are encouraged to exercise caution.   

 

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