This is an easy to moderate interpretive trail through an old cedar/hemlock forest. Features of the trail include large stands of huge cedar tree, lush creek side habitat, an avalanche path, and historic remains of turn-of-the-century mining and logging.
Driving Directions:Travel east of Nelson for 19.0 km on highway #3A to the Gibson Lake/Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park access road. Travel along the access road for 11.4 km to the trailhead sign. Parking for 6 vehicles is located approximately 50 meters beyond the trailhead sign. When starting the trail, keep to the left at the fork. The right fork leads down to a viewpoint.