From Wild Horse Inn, take CR 83 to Hwy 40 and head into Fraser. At the Conoco Station in Fraser, turn right, proceed across the railroad tracks and immediately make a left to parallel the tracks. The road turns into CR 73, Saint Louis Creek Road. Follow this road to the sign for Saint Louis Creek Campground – make a left here and park in the obvious lot before you reach the actual campground.
The trailhead for Creekside is on the north side of the parking area. Creekside begins as a double track and becomes a single track at mile .08 Creekside will end at a dirt road, FS 159. Turn left here and go about ¼ mile where you will see the trailhead sign for Flume Trail to your left.
The Flume trail gets its name from an old logging flume, parts of which you can see from the trail. This trail is a moderate downhill, fast and fun. When you get to the intersection with Chainsaw, turn left and go down the hill, across the river and turn left, staying on the double track to return to the parking lot.
“Even though this trail doesn’t have a lot of climbing, it does require intermediate riding skills as the terrain is varied and can be challenging in spots. Bella Dog has scared up more than a few moose back here, so don’t forget to look around!”