You will also see some beautiful rock seeps that supply wildflowers with a contstant supply of moisture. We saw columbine, violets, pink shooting star, and several types of fern. At the end of the Riverwalk, go ahead and jump in the river. Might as well get your feet wet. The canyon immediately gets narrower and more grand. Within 50 yards, the river also gets deeper. Since the river levels rise and fall, I can't really advise you on what this will be like. Both times I've done the hike, the water level only reached my waist. However, I can tell you that this is the deepest part of the hike. And it also feels great on a hot day!
Around the first big corner, you will see a small water fall coming down the rock face.