On my way to Whistler, I stopped by Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. The park was closed because the hiking trail was covered with a thick layer of snow. Fortunately, I wore snow boots and was able to hike to the falls without any problem. The trail was pretty short and easy. The winter scenery was so tranquil and beautiful. I was the only hiker there!
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is located adjacent to Sea to Sky Highway 99 between Garibaldi and Whistler. The falls drops 70m from Brandywine Creek, which has its origin in the Powder Mountain Icefield to the west, and are formed by the lip of a lava flow flanking the west bank of the Cheakamus River. Just downstream of the falls is Daisy Lake.
Map – how to get to this waterfalls
Exact location of Brandywine Falls hiking trail head (parking lot) is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map). Or, check Brandywine Falls Provincial Park website. For more nearby tourist attractions, read Sea to Sky Highway Scenic Route.