Park at the West Canyon parking lot. This hike is a Diamond in the Ruff that frequent visitors want to selfishly keep to themselves and I don't blame them. Its on the east side of the Blanchard and Edge Peaks. It’s mostly known for its snow caves.
Follow the West Canyon trail along past Menzies and take the second trail on your left. It's a good km to the trail head on a wide road like path with rolling hills. It is not marked with a name but it's quite wide. As you go up soon you'll see pink flagging tape along.
In the beginning Evans Creek will be on your right side. You will start to climb a bit and the creek will seem far away as you go through a quiet forest. Keep going and the forest will soon open up and the creek will be again rushing by you on your right side. You will cross small creeks as you walk along. The trail has just been cleaned by volunteers from Ridge Meadows Outdoor Club so it's in good shape. Keep trudging along and soon you will come to a large boulder field with Evans Creek rushing beside you. There's some lovely pools of water here and a perfect spot for lunch. There's some stunning views in every direction.
If you feel brave you can continue on up the boulders for another 45 minutes to get even more stunning views and to see snow caves (during the spring months...bring MICROspikes for the snow covered parts). The boulders are big and un-steady so footing must be done carefully. If you just make it before the boulder field stay and listen to the creek, soaking in the moment. It's a beautiful hike. Going down there are a couple of steep sections but it's not too bad. Happy & safe trails!