Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, Whistler

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#3 of 22 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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  • I love the 10min walk along the Cheakamus river, dwindled to a mild stream, under the old forest, over the railway and out to the platform which overlooks the stunnnig waterfall. It feels intimate and...  more »
  • If you're driving the sea to sky highway it is worth making a short stop to take a look at this impressive waterfall. Some good viewpoints along the short walking trail. The only downside is the toile...  more »
  • The hike to the falls is not that long. Well worth the time to check them out. When you are done, follow the trail to Bungee Bridge to enjoy a longer hike and see some wonderful views. This hike is ve...  more »
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  • Great contrast to the Shannon falls. The water trickles from a stream at the beginning of the trail and tumbles down volcanic rocks that you can admire from the viewing deck. Peaceful!
  • Short little walk to a look out to the falls. I loved the informational blurbs along the trail. There's also a great view of the valley.
  • Great view. The hikes around here are at a beginner level and are well maintained. There are many trails so you can hike for as long or short as you want. There was a light covering of snow on Dec 3rd.
  • I totally loved the pictures in internet and decided to visit this fall. Mahnn!!! It is such a wonderful place. There is a rail cross on the way to the fall, and it is the best place to do your photo sessions. The fall was almost covered with ice when we reached there. The view was breath taking. The water from the height is falling to the pool of ice and we will get a spectacular view of that from the view point. The fall seems like a treasure amidst of the green trees. I will defenitly visit this place during summer again. #in_love_with_this_place Tip : visit there during november-december, no rush, less people... shushhhhh
  • This is an Amazing waterfall just south of Whistler off the 99. It's just a short hike from the car park and can be done in under 30mins (Round trip). Much more impressive than Shannon Falls and an easily missed highlight on a trip to Whistler.

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