|From the Overlander Falls parking lot, Ali, Asieh and Zosia carefully cross Highway 16 to reach the start of the hiking trail on the other side.|
|The group follows an old exploration road which eventually leads to a junction with the trail to Overlander Knob.|
|The trail to Overlander Knob climbs gently up a forested slope.|
|Asieh, Ali, Zosia and Bob arrive at a viewpoint overlooking Fraser River valley.|
|Sonny, Bob, Ali, Zosia and Asieh stand on the summit of Overlander Knob (GR522786; 1222 metres).|
|Ali, Bob and Asieh relax on a log bench near the top of Overlander Knob with partial views of Mount Robson in the distance.|
|On this day, the best view from the top of Overlander Knob is that of Klapperhorn Mountain to the south.|
|This is one of the many calypso orchids (Calypso bulbosa) blooming beside the trail.|
|The group arrives at Mount Robson Provincial Park's visitor centre.|
|The clouds clear up enough to reveal the top of Mount Robson in this view from the visitor centre.|
Sonny, Bob, Zosia, Asieh and Ali stand in a field of dandelions near the visitor centre with Mount Robson in the background.
Here is the view of Overlander Knob from near the visitor centre.
Once the show was over, we completed our loop hike with a short climb back to Overlander Falls parking lot.
|Zosia, Ali, Asieh and Bob begin hiking the trail to Overlander Falls. The actual trail heads into the trees at left.|
Three kayakers circle around in the waters of Fraser River after plunging
over Overlander Falls.
Photo courtesy of Zosia Zgolak
|Unlike the kayakers, Asieh, Zosia, Bob and Ali are content to stay dry and enjoy the views of Overlander Falls from behind a safety fence.|
Distance: 11.0 kilometres
Round-Trip Time: 5 hours 28 minutes
Total Elevation Gain: 458 metres