The hike along the Adams River Trail is an enjoyable walk in any season, but in late spring we can witness the meltwaters surging through the canyon and we can enjoy the wildflowers along both sides of the trail. The trailhead is on the north side of the road just after crossing the bridge.
The trail continues upstream for a few more kilometers, but on this day, we had limited time so we turned back and completed the 4.5 km hike in 1.5 hours. We stopped to enjoy the wildflowers along the way.
This is a good hike for families, especially on a hot summer day. We have gone for a short cooling dip at the small beach right before the canyon a few times. All of the trails of Roderick Haig Brown Provincial Park are worth a visit in any season.