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Nairn Falls Provincial Park, Pemberton
(4.5/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Head to Nairn Falls Provincial Park for a leisurely hike along woodland paths that takes you to a magnificent double waterfall. The relatively easy 1.5 km (0.9 mi) trail starts close to the parking lot and follows the edge of the Green River, bringing you out at a viewpoint where you can marvel at the 60 m (196 ft) high waterfalls below. The park contains a vehicle-accessible campground, making it a great base camp for exploring the surrounding area. Add Nairn Falls Provincial Park and other attractions to your Pemberton trip itinerary using our Pemberton vacation route planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Amazing and unique water falls with two viewing spots. About a 1.5km hike beside a steep hill to the river below to the falls. If you really really don't like heights it may not be for you. There's on...  more »
  • Visit the waterfalls must be earned (physically). 1.5 km per distance traveled partly over uneven, slippery rocks. Super but the views from the show and lower landing.
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  • Relatively flat walk to the falls but you need to watch your step in particular when you reach the falls as the rocks can be a little slippy. The falls was difficult to photograph but still interestin...  more »
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  • Lovely easy stroll along the river bank to the fall, be sure to check out both the main viewing deck and the one lower down over the rocks (which I think has the more spectacular view as the waterfall is more forceful). Watch out on the rocks if it's wet though as they can be slippy.
  • Beautiful park. Our son fell over and injured himself on some rocks so we couldn't stay as long as we wanted but really enjoyed the time we did have.
  • Very quick, easy stroll through the forest (which means there are plenty of other people) with a great view of the falls at the end. And the odd garter snake!
  • Great place to visit if you are by car and in the Whistler area. It's only 30 minutes north and another 30+ minute hike - all depending how much time you take admiring along the way. You can go straight to the falls (looks like a spa, makes you want to bathe in it !) or you can take some trails down to the rocks and water for a closer look. We recommend it to those in the Whistler area.
  • A must-visit if you're in Whistler. Great little hike; leisurely, and well worth it. Take some food and make an afternoon of picnicking!