A nice nature trail along Struthers creek to a small waterfall, located near the campground.
(approx. 30 min hike)
Path lined with false Solomons seal, which blooms a beautiful white in mid-spring.
Struthers creek- this creeks comes from the lake above and is dammed for irrigation purposes.
False Solomon's Seal- wild lily of the valley
The next few pictures are shots at various different spots along the path.
In-uk-shuk pointing the way. Inukshuk is an Inuktitut word. The Inuit people use those markings of stone as landmarks. They could be messages used for navigation, hunting grounds, or food cache.
Rock wall beside waterfall.
Bones from an animal