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Nairn Falls Provincial Park, Pemberton

(4.5/5 based on 200+ 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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  • pretty average but an easy walk for those who might struggle with the more challenging ones. Stopped here on the way back from another walk to go and see the falls. The view was very limited and so wa...  more »
  • Right now the walk is slippery. But to see the falls partially iced up is incredible. Parking can be a challenge in the winter. 
  • 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 »
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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!