The footnotes in my New Living Translation (2008) suggest not. The 2 verses in question (in Genesis) that imply that Adam and Eve walked with God in Eden arise in Genesis 3 vss 8 and 10.
The NLT reads, "When the cool evening breezes were blowing, the man and his wife heard the Lord God walking about in the garden. So they hid from the Lord God among the trees. Then the Lord God called to the man, 'Where are you?'
He replied, 'I heard you walking in the garden so I hid. I was afraid because I was naked."
The footnotes say, "The Hebrew has traditionally been interpreted as referring to the cool part of the day, most likely the evening. Others think that the language refers to a powerful manifestation of God's presence (a theophany) as a storm. If this view is correct, the man and the woman were hiding from the sound of the Lord appearing in judgment.
The Bible has many examples of God coming in judgment, this being associated with powerful winds. Even when Elijah was to die, God sent a whirlwind to lift him up from the Earth. The Holy Spirit came as a powerful, rushing wind at Pentecost.
And that makes me point out one answerer who claimed that humans cannot be in God's presence, so she concluded: "That God's spirit was present there with Adam and that they communicated with each other" - she believes God never actually appeared in any form in Eden, that it was 'God's spirit' speaking with Adam. Does she not realize that she is calling the Holy Spirit God? The Bible text says GOD was being hidden from, not God's 'spirit'. The Bible text says GOD spoke, not God's 'spirit'. Acts 5:1-4 certainly says that to lie to the Holy Spirit is to lie to God, so I hope she will put 1 and 1 together and get 2, not 1.
Well, I'm sticking to what my Bible says - that God manifested Himself in such a way that the man, who had just sinned, felt frightened and ashamed and tried to hide. In order to hide, Adam must have had some idea where God was, in the Garden. And Adam heard the very voice of God question him, and Adam replied.
It was not so much a walk as God entering into the Garden to judge the new sinners, and they knew it. A strong wind may well have been associated with this, but it was God who entered into the scene and spoke. Prior to that, we only hear of God speaking to the man and bringing the animals to Adam to name them, then God brought Eve to him. I am confident this shows direct communication with God in Eden though nothing is said about Adam actually seeing God with his eyes. Yet I find it strange to read all that and NOT connect a glorious visual presence, prior to Adam sinning. Only sin ruins our relationship with God, so I think God actually was present in a way Adam could both hear and see, prior to him sinning. But Genesis 3:8-10 introduce the chill wind of God's judgment, after sin entered in, and Adam may no longer have seen his Creator, only hearing Him in that chill wind. See also the link below.