Suicide Creek Trail is part of the Duck Lake system near Powell River about 1 km past the Lang Creek bridge. Only having been in the area once before, we had a bit of a challenge finding the right spot, which turned out to be across the road from the Mud Lake Trail we had taken a few years back.
Long downward-sloping branches covered in moss, below the sound of a rushing creek, and moss-covered slopes above us.
The path was well-marked and spongy underfoot, with a gentle upwards slope.
The path leveled out along an old rail bed and after four kilometers on the trail we arrived at the first bridge.
The waterfalls at both bridges were small and unimpressive, but the gurgling sound and view of the clear water in the quiet forest was refreshing.
Our trail guide said to continue past the second bridge, and to return along an old rail bed, but after about another half-kilometer we saw no sign of the rail bed and were still going in the wrong direction so we decided to return along the same trail we had come down and made a hasty retreat to the car. Total traveled approximately 10 km.