Canadian Highway 99 Waterfall Guide
Shannon Falls Located on the South side of Stawamus Chief Provincial Park, Shannon Falls is the only waterfall visible from the Highway. The 3rd largest Waterfall in B.C. falling a staggering 1100 ft near the edge of the Howe sound. Easily accessible for all with a short, well maintained trail just a few hundred feet from the parking lot. Near the base of the falls is a great picnic area with restrooms. Great place to rest and plan out your next hike!
Brandywine Falls Just 45km up the road just North of Daisy Lake, is Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. The park has three main trails with access to Swim Lake, Lava Lake, and the Whistler Bungee Bridge. About 1/4 Mile down the Bungee bridge trail, the trail splits and brings you out towards the fall viewpoint. Brandywine was formed by multiple volcanic events clashing with the Cheakamus River over 34,000 years ago. Hundreds of gallons of water crashing over 230ft into a breathtaking canyon then flows down into Daisy Lake. Further down the Bungee bridge trail are excellent views of the Black Tusk and many other mountains in the area.
Nairn Falls Drive another 45 minutes down the highway through Whistler, just before Pemberton, Narin Falls Provincial park begins. After a rocky 2 km hike along the roaring Green river, you arrive at 2 viewing platforms for the upper and lower falls. Here the Green River tumbles down through a deep, narrow box canyon and passes underneath a natural bridge before making a sharp S turn and cascading over a series of drops totaling about 120 feet. At the beginning of the trail head there is camp ground with 94 campsites. This is a great place to camp and access more hikes in the area.