The Moffat Falls Recreation Site Low Mobility Trail is located at the Moffat Falls site near Horsefly and opened in October 2018.
Approximately 300 metres long and featuring a packed, crushed gravel surface, the trail travels through forest to Horsefly River, crosses a large bridge over the river, and terminates at a secure viewpoint offering an amazing view of Moffat Falls. The trail has an extremely gentle grade with no steep sections.
At the trailhead, an information kiosk displays a map of the Moffat Falls Recreation Site Low Mobility Trail and an accessible outhouse is provided for visitors’ convenience. A bench and rest area overlooking the river are available along the trail.
The Moffat Falls Recreation Site is located close to Horsefly, approximately 7km along the 108 Road. On the way to the site, there is a Chinese Oven and hand dug ditch, both dating back to the gold rush in the 1860’s.
The trail was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Horsefly Board of Trade, Recreation Sites and Trails BC, Northern Development Initiative Trust, and the provincial government. Ongoing management of the site is provided by Recreation Sites and Trails BC.
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