Strawberry Creek Trails

A color image of the park map with Strawberry Creek road highlighted in light blue near the top of the image
Strawberry Creek Road highlighted in blue. Notice it is north of the main entrance to the park on Highway 50


A landscape shaped by fire stretches up through this meadow filled basin. Strawberry Creek abounds as the hillsides recover from the 2016 Strawberry Fire, allowing an incredible insight to the resilience of this place, along with the recovery efforts of both nature and humans.

Trails are found in smaller numbers, but the chance to spot large herbivores like Elk are high, especially during the Rut in the fall. Climb higher up to find spring-fed creeks, a gradient of fall colors in autumn, and fields of wildflowers in spring. Strawberry is not to be missed by the committed traveller, and hiking here will remind all these sacred places are capable of immense change.

Find information on trails below, and click on a specific trail for more in depth information, a trail map, and helpful tips.

Directions to Strawberry Creek Road

Strawberry Creek Road is accessed via Highway 50, north of the town of Baker. The first section of the road is paved, before going onto dirt and gravel. A few windy roads are present, so follow the posted signs to find the trailhead. The road is almost entirely gravel and dirt, so travel with caution after heavy rain.


Strawberry Creek Trails

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    Last updated: November 25, 2023

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