A perennial stream on the west side of the Schell Creek Range, east of McGill.

Berry Creek is only 9.1 miles long, but it's the most prominent stream that drains North Schell Peak (11,883') - flowing directly west into Duck Creek within the Duck Creek Valley.  The combined heavy snowpack between North and South Schell Peaks provide the creek with a stable habitat for wild Brook Trout and Rainbow Trout. Additionally, Berry Creek's direct course from both peaks make it an extremely popular and easy trailhead into the Schell Creek Wilderness.

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