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Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Highway 99, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1H0, Canada
+1 604-986-9371
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“easy walk” (43 reviews)
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Highway 99, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1H0, Canada
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"easy walk"
in 43 reviews
"viewing platform"
in 27 reviews
"beautiful waterfall"
in 24 reviews
"stretch your legs"
in 15 reviews
"worth a stop"
in 14 reviews
"short hike"
in 24 reviews
"short walk from the parking lot"
in 12 reviews
"off the highway"
in 15 reviews
"sea to sky highway"
in 22 reviews
"longer hike"
in 7 reviews
"swim lake"
in 6 reviews
"lookout point"
in 5 reviews
"train tracks"
in 8 reviews
"pleasant walk"
in 7 reviews
"bungee jumping"
in 6 reviews
"suspension bridge"
in 5 reviews
"take pictures"
in 5 reviews
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This waterfalls is about 10 minutes walk from the parking lot. You have to go through a small covered bridge, a railway track and then you reach the lookout point. You can view the falls from the lookout point and normally you can see a...More

Thank betty l
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is 15 km before Whistler coming from Vancouver or Squamish From the parking lot (was closed today) walk 300 mts (1000 ft)

Thank Rafael G
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Reviewed March 16, 2018

A local recommended seeing Brandywine Falls. It is a good 7 miles/ 11kilomenters drive south of Whistler along the Sea and Sky Road, route 99. It is easily missed while coming into Whistler. The one and half kilometer re-done trail is a nice walk. A...More

Thank Marty B
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Reviewed February 14, 2018

Pretty easy walk getting to here. The gates were originally closed because there was so much snow packed on top but the park itself wasn't closed. Took us about 10 minutes to get to the waterfalls lookout! There is a different trail that will lead...More

Thank Leeann T
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Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

Brandywine Falls is another must see for anyone heading up to (or back down from) Whistler, BC Excellent views, Free Parking!

Thank Z3862GEashleyt
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Reviewed February 7, 2018 via mobile

Very cool scenery. Excellent view of the valley above daisy lake and a view of the blacktusks if you walk all the way to the end. Short walk on easy terrian. Well worht the visit

Thank Cliffordbar
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Reviewed February 2, 2018

A pleasant walk through the forest and an interesting rock formation at the end. Try to make sure you dont need a toilet...disgusting!!

Thank Margot P
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Reviewed December 22, 2017

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 close. Keep walking to the end of the path to...More

Thank MerryMaeve
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Reviewed December 6, 2017

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 toilets - the stench as we set off walking...More

Thank emtrey
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Reviewed December 4, 2017

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 very peaceful and has some...More

Thank KeKeGram
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Matthew M
January 26, 2018|
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Response from Joe_from_Boston | Reviewed this property |
No, not a swimming hole. Too dangerous and forbidden.
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Mandi G
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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Response from UnwantedUserName | Reviewed this property |
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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