Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, Whistler

4.8
#3 of 26 in Parks in Whistler
A forested mountainside shelters Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, a 70 m (230 ft) cascading waterfall nestled among the pine trees. Try admiring the waterfall from the viewing platform, as this spot also offers views of the surrounding forest valley and Daisy Lake. Cycle or hike along the many different trails to choose from, or have a picnic at the designated table area. Be cautions while exploring, as black bears, coyotes, and predatory cats like cougars are known to roam the area. To visit Brandywine Falls Provincial Park and get the most from your holiday in Whistler, create itinerary details personal to you using our Whistler tour itinerary tool .
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  • The walk to the falls is basically flat and short. However, the views are amazing. We went after the rain and the falls were moving rapidly with the extra water. It made them more amazing than the las...  more »
  • A must see! Amazing, beautiful scenery. To have missed this along our journey to Whistler would have been a travesty.  more »
  • Anytime a family member or friend visits Beautiful British Columbia, Canada and takes the breathtaking drive up the Sea to Sky; Brandywine Falls is always a stop on the Highway 99 Bucket List, not jus...  more »
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  • Absolutely beautiful spot to check out if you have the time. Not that much of a trek to the falls. If we had more time there was definitely more trails to explore. Awesome rock formations. We went right up to the falls. Had to tie our dog of to a tree cause the drop is extremely immense. If you have children and pets with you, it’s probably a good idea to stay on the right side of the safety fence. However if you’re feeling brave enough, it is a great opportunity for some epic photos. Definitely will get your adrenaline going. Not for the faint of heart or for those who are not sure footed. Use your own common sense and discretion.
  • Really nice place to visit in the winter. Heaps of snow around. Very short walk from car park to the falls. If you're more adventurous you can hike all the way down to the bottom, but this isn't a BC Parks sanctioned track, so it's not always maintained and keep in mind it will add a few hours to your visit. Also in winter the car park in closed, so you can only park at the entrance that fits less than 10 cars, so can often be full.
  • Nature!!! Nature!!! Nature!!!. Went on to the will wild, hiked down to the falls and back up. Tiring but well worth it. One of the most beautiful areas to home on. Loved it. Live being in nature. Even though we took the longer route by mistake, it was lovable. Every single moment if it.
  • Love this place! You can just stop over and walk 15minutes (flat walk) to get to the waterfall and get couple of pictures or you can go for a hike! And the hiking trails tgere give you a lot of options! It is natural, quite and beautiful! Check it out!
  • My favorite fall on the way to Whistler. 5 to 10 minutes trail from the parking lot. Not crowded. Look both ways before walk a cross the railroad
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