This October 7, 2017 track runs along the viewing area for the Adams River Sockeye Salmon spawning run. The river and lake are also popular with fly fishers at this time. Bicycles share some of the trails.
The visitor's center is on the left when walking from parking to the start of the main trails. It has a small gift shop and displays about the Sockeye salmon cycle.
Start of main trails.
Outdoor toilets here Trail leads to the main viewing platform over the Adam's River.
Main viewing platform on Adams River
From the platform one can view the sockeye salmon run.
Adams River gravel beds
Fishing activity here, Bright red sockeye are easy to see on October 7, 2017.
Hiking through forest towards mouth of the Adams river. Autumn colours are very impressive (October 7, 2017).
Mouth of the Adams River
Observed some catching large fish here in the short time we were at the location.
There are many meander channels on the forest near the river. Some are spawning channels, (if connected to river). Beavers are active in some places. Bicycles also use these trails.