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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
+1 604-986-9371
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Reviewed yesterday

These are nice falls and, if you need a break in the journey to Whistler, this will be just a short stop only 18km out of town. Maybe the timing was off for us but we felt it was fairly ordinary and there are certainly...More

Thank YeeHaa
Reviewed 4 days ago

Great spot to stop and stretch your legs on the drive to Whistler. It's about a 30 min drive south of Whistler. It's a quick walk to the falls, only took us about 10 min but a nice wide path and well marked. Dogs are...More

Thank MrMrsTravel
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very nice falls a great place to stretch legs and walk around!! Not hilly very flat the falls were amazing and the views are breathtaking

Thank Katie A
Reviewed 5 days ago

we were on the way and stopped at this beautiful falls for some pictures. canada has so many water falls, all are unique in their own way,easy to see and i recommend this for evryone.

Thank drphani
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you’re driving up the Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler, it’s well worth taking a break here. Plenty of parking and some pit toilets if you need them. It’s an easy, almost flat walk of about fifteen minutes to reach the observation...More

Thank Bon444
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had researched the "must-sees" along the sea to sky highway and the brandywine falls were one of the stops. The area is easily accessible from the highway. The parking is free. The hike is relatively easy and most people should be able to do...More

Thank Meagan L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy access for getting into and out of the park. The soft needles from the pines make the shady path a pleasant walk from your car to the falls. On your way to or from Whistler, don't fail to take this detour.

Thank Dan P
Reviewed 1 week ago

We just dropped by to view the falls and take picture. If it is not one of the most interesting and large falls, it is still worthwhile to stop by and appreciate the lovely scenery.

Thank PECoelho
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We read that there are five must-see waterfalls near Whistler. We only had time for two and Brandywine was the first choice and first stop (just in case we only had time for one). The falls are about 8 miles south of Whistler on Highway...More

Thank Barry D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very easy walk and the perfect place for a picnic or just to stretch your legs. It took us no more than 30 minutes for a round trip trek to see the falls and get back to the car. There is almost no climb in...More

Thank Jacque2116
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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!
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