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Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Highway 99, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1H0, Canada
+1 604-986-9371
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Highway 99, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1H0, Canada
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went there the 2nd day in whistler. It was great to see and the view was great. Not that far to hike from the car park. Camping area and toilet facilities. Great place to visit.

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very easy stroll to get to the falls - not a lot of elevation on your walk. Nice viewing platform. Well maintained.

Thank chippie1977
Reviewed 6 days ago

I think we liked the walk and views better than the falls, not that the falls was awful. You have to view it from quite a distance and it loses something. DO go to the end of the trail, just a bit further for the...More

Thank darwinmoore
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short trail off the highway leads to the spectacular Brandywine Falls. Time permitting, the longer hike along Lava Lake trail is fantastic.

Thank Mayur S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take the turn off before Whistler and drop in to the carpark for a super easy walk to Brandywine Falls through beautiful local forest. Stunning views and photo opportunities and boards describe the formation of the Falls and the ravine. Put it on your list!

Thank PennyPie
Reviewed 1 week ago

Brandywine Falls at Highway 99, Whistler, BC are no doubt the most beautiful falls of the province. They are unique and amazing. One should never miss these while on their way from Squamish/Vancouver to Whistler. They are kind of a hidden gem. You have to...More

Thank Babar T
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trail to Brandywine Falls is a short distance, and is suitable for all ages. The falls are spectacular. Other longer walks are also options in this provincial park. The Lava Lake trail is a longer hike, but it is great.

Thank Mark R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Similar to Shannon falls on the same route, this is a nice stop. A short walk and you are treated to a spectacular waterfall. There are also signs to some kind of swimming area, which we didn't follow. A pleasant 15-20 minute stop.

Thank Artin S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very quick height to the falls. It is crowded so go earlier in the day. Picnic tables are also available.

Thank Anna M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited Brandywine falls in March 2017 on the way to Whistler. It is absolutely beautiful & is well worth visiting even in the winter.

Thank Rachel N
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mandivgomez
July 11, 2016|
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Response from BacardiGurpz | Reviewed this property |
As long as it doest rain a wheelchair will be fine! Just trains to cross but its not difficult!
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Katelyn2727
November 17, 2015|
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in most winters, early April will probably mean that the area still has snow. And if it's not snow it'll be wet with melted snow. So dress accordingly - warm layers and waterproof. Last winter was the warmest in the past... More
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