On a cloudless day, temperatures in the low 80s at the park entrance, our trek began at the Tolmie Peak trailhead on the westernmost point of Mowich Lake. We worked our way around the serene shoreline, pausing often to admire the striking array of blues and greens displayed by the various depths. We cut across to the Spray Park trailhead behind the campground. For the first mile on the trail, we were delighted to find a half dozen varieties of edible berries in a choice of degrees of ripeness including blueberry, huckleberry, and thimbleberry. The trail itself is a stunning interplay of dense old-growth forest, dramatic cliff walls, thick heather fields, lush mountain meadows and marshes, punctuated by a half dozen quaint mountain stream crossings. There are three spurs well worth the diversion including the falls viewpoint. A well-spent effort will bring you up a pumice scramble to the base of the falls, where thin sheets of water roll off the towering knob into shallow pools. The dazzling expanse of meadow blooms at the park were the crowning jewel of our jaunt.