Conflict Lake is a beautiful hike in the gorgeous Callaghan Valley backcountry. In the late summer, the wildflowers are blooming in the sub-alpine meadows, making the entire length of the trail scenic and enjoyable.
Brandywine Meadows is a spectacular hike in Callaghan Valley near Whistler. It is a moderately challenging hike that takes you to a gorgeous meadow, surrounded by snow-capped peaks.
The Whistler Train Wreck is a popular, low elevation hike in Whistler. The short trail takes you to the site of a historic train wreck that happened in 1956.
In 2016, a suspension bridge was built over the Cheakamus River, making this an easy hike. Before that, the train wreck was a lot harder to access (requiring illegally crossing train tracks). The area has gained a lot of popularity since the bridge was put in.
Nairn Falls is an easy hike leading to an impressive waterfall in Nairn Falls Provincial Park, located in Pemberton.
The trail is easy enough that it’s a great family hiking option. The trail leads 1.5 km to two viewing platforms overlooking the upper and lower falls.
A hike to Nairn Falls is the perfect outing if you’re camping in the park or passing between Whistler and Pemberton. The hike is easy to access and short enough it can be done without a ton of planning or time.
Everyone loves a good day hike. But there’s something special about setting off by foot – carrying the gear needed to make it through several nights in the wild.
Backpacking creates the opportunity to discover remote and beautiful locations. It allows you to escape more crowded areas. And it gives you the time to fully disconnect. To leave behind the stress and worries of the concrete jungle.
Brandywine Falls is an iconic landmark along the Sea to Sky Highway, located in Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. It is located just 20 minutes south of Whistler and 30 minutes north of Squamish. To reach the waterfall, it is a quick and easy hike on flat terrain.