Elk Falls was our destination. Of course, it was off to the suspension bridge first before descending to the lower platform. We spent some time here admiring the sheer power of the falls. Next, it was the Millennium trail and Old Growth trail, where massive cedars and firs could be seen. Also, fine crushed gravel on the trail and downward slope of the Riverside trail made walking easy. No roots to trip on! No mud to slip on! Next, we admired Moose Falls and later Deer Falls. The Riverside trail was followed until we came out on the rocks above Elk Falls and then to the older viewing area. The walk/hike was only a bit over 5 km but the 119 steps and the descends and ascends of the trails made it a hike. Thanks to Lorne for pictures.