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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” (39 reviews)
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Highway 99, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1H0, Canada
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is definitely worth a stop on your way into Whistler. A short trail (including crossing a railroad) leads you to a nice view of Shannon Falls. While we were there the colors of the changing trees made it even more scenic. Keep going on...More

Thank ltdscott
Reviewed 4 days ago

We have driven past Brandywine Falls loads of times and never bothered to stop. There is just a small easy walk along the trail to the 1st viewpoin with a spectacular view of the Falls. There is a second viewpoint a little bit further on...More

Thank Esgyen
Reviewed 5 days ago

Very easy walk to the falls, worth the time to stop in. Took a total of 30 minutes to enjoy and we took our time.

Thank Maggieb3
Reviewed 6 days ago

We chose to round off our 2-week roat trip around the Rockies with a weekend in Whistler. This coincided with the Canadia Thanksgiving weekend so the place was extremely busy. We enjoyed the hustle and bustle and a huge choice of shops and restaurants on...More

Thank Patrick C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just a short distance from Whistler and a short walk from the parking lot, you will find the falls along wooded trails. A bit smoky on the day we visited, but still nice.

1  Thank 17KAG
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The water was not running really hard but the scenery was beautiful. It is a short walk from the parking lot to the falls. I like water falls of all types so this one was nice in my opinion. Some might not feel the same...More

1  Thank fishing_crazy5500
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped here on a nice fall day in September as part of a day tour. Not too far of the beaten path. Walk over railway tracks to get to the falls. Huge valley surrounding them. Very large and lots of water in these falls. Observance...More

1  Thank mariedesjardins
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a pleasant stop on the way to Whistler, with the walk to the falls being extremely easy. The falls are beautiful and well worth the visit.

Thank jason d
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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 3 weeks 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

1  Thank MrMrsTravel
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mandivgomez
11 July 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
17 November 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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