A 0.5 km trail leads from the parking lot at the day-use area to the fish ladder and waterfall. There is interpretive signage along this portion of the trail that offers information about the fish spawning cycle.
Beyond Stamp Falls, there is 2 km of interlinked hiking and walking trails that continue through the forest, overlook and follow the river in the southern portion of the park.
In the northern portion of the park, there is a 7.5 km Sayachlas t’a saa’nim (long river) trail upstream of the camping area. This one-way trail also parallels Stamp River and can only be accessed from both ends of the trail. The southern end of the trail is the most popular access point where the trailhead starts across the information kiosk in the first parking lot. The northern access can be accessed via a resource road that splits off Barkler Road, however, this road is rough and should only be accessed with vehicles equipped with 4x4.
Riverbanks can be very slippery. Stay away from cliff and riverbank edges. For your own safety and the preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. Shortcutting trails destroy plant life and soil structure.
Hikers should also practice 'bear aware' wildlife practices. Stay alert of your surroundings, talk loudly, and carry bear spray. If a bear is encountered on the trail:
- Give the bear space
- Back away slowly in the opposite direction
- Never turn your back or run from a bear.