Whistler Aerial ViewsBrandywine Falls Provincial Park is a very convenient stop along the Sea to Sky Highway on the way to or from Whistler.  The falls spill over an abrupt 70 metre cliff with a perfectly positioned viewing platform to view it.  Most just take the short, 5 minute hiking trail to the viewing area, however Brandywine Falls Provincial Park has a couple connecting trails to cute little lakes as well as the wonderful Sea to Sky Trail.  

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The Sea to Sky Trail is a wide, gravel, dirt or paved trail that connects to Whistler Village almost entirely away from humanity.  Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is wonderful for so many reasons.  First it is dramatically beautiful as it plunges from an abrupt cliff.  Second it is very easy to get to and easy to hike to.  The viewing areas are nicely located and the far viewing area overlooks the massive valley toward Daisy Lake.  Brandywine Falls is the main sight in the area, but there are several more great sights around the falls.  The Whistler Bungee Bridge is just a short hike or bike ride away along the Sea to Sky Trail.  This beautiful bridge spans the massive Cheakamus River and is home to Whistler Bungee.  The bridge is always accessible and Whistler Bungee is open year-round, though they are only there when tours are booked.  If they are there, you can watch the exciting jumps.  If they are not there, the bridge is fantastically serene and the views are tremendous. 

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