Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, Whistler

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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. Plan your visit to Brandywine Falls Provincial Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Whistler itinerary planner.
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  • Near the village of Whistler and on our way from Whistler to Vancouver (driving on the Sea to Sky Highway). It is a new road on your right with a sign post for the Olympic Center. Unfortunately the Ol...  more »
  • Another lovely walk only a 15 minutes drive from Whistler and well worth it. Fairly flat and well signed, really pretty. 
  • This pristine setting is a perfect place to appreciate all that Nature has to offer. The facilities are well maintained. I can't wait to go back. 
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  • We hiked to the bottom, it was amazing! Make sure you follow a path if you do the same hike! Path to the bottom starts past the second lookout point, behind the fence. Follow the path nearby the cliff side until you hit a rope. Decend the rope and follow the path on the rocks. Do not stray into the forest. The path is very rocky and on many parts you even walk on the rocks for a while. See my photos to get an idea of what hiking to the bottom looks like.
  • Gorgeous views!! The walk to the lookout is only a couple minutes, and it is stunning. Very fun for all ages! It was relatively crowded when we went though, and it was still early in the morning. Next time I think we will go either during sunset or sunrise! Must see location.
  • An amazing short walk from to car park to the falls. A great stop on the way to Whistler from Vancouver amazing views and a beautiful waterfall
  • It's a very good looking waterfall and easy to get to. We were expecting a bit more of a hike, but who are we to complain that something was a too easy to see.
  • Very accessible and easy to find. If you're travelling from whistler to Vancouver or vice versa definitely stop here for 15 minutes.