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Awesome hike on a rainy day. Got pretty wet and muddy, slipped a couple times. My crew was pretty quick and we went to the falls and back in just over 2 hours. Ran some of the way. Falls are beautiful. Lots of area to dip in the water on a hot day. Interesting trees, and not just the big cedar. Loved it.

Not a difficult hike at all. The portion we did was completely flat/level. We did 4 kms round trip to the first tunnel. The road up to the trail is best for a suv or truck. Pretty rocky and windy. Fantastic views and the trestles are very cool.

We did this with a group of Beaver Scouts back in June. Kids starting at age 5 and up and adults. A good leg workout and challenging for a new hiker.

Great family hike. Nice wide trails. Perfect addition to some time at beach kayaking or crabbing or fishing. Can also add Admiralty Point (6km) to make it longer

hiking
3 hours ago

Only made it to the 5.5km mark up and had to turn back due to snow and being so slippy.

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5 hours ago

Did this with our 2 girls (4 & 6). The kids had a blast watching the spawning salmon, navigating shallow streams across the path, climbing on the rocks near the waterfall, and searching for the old car hidden in the forest. It was a nice fall day with lots of friendly people along the trail. I would recommend this for families and people wanting to get out for a easy trail walk.

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17 hours ago

Steady uphill ascent on a well marked trail. It is generally in good shape and well maintained. A couple of slick spots on the way down since it was wet. Views are outstanding. A bit of snow on top and pretty busy the day we went. Oct 15 2017.

walking
1 day ago

This was a easy and pleasant forest walk on a fairly level and mostly smooth settled gravel path. Misleading to be described as a moderate hike. Beautiful views of the river and lake begin about 30 minutes in. It is a great option for visitors to Whistler who want a forest experience but are not capable or equipped for a wilderness hike. About a 30 minute drive from the village including 15 minutes up a gravel access road suitable for a car with average clearance and without 4 wheel drive. Dogs are not allowed. Ample parking at the trailhead and clearly signed.

Awesome hike! Wouldn’t classify it as easy as it is steep the whole way up. Lots of
other trails in the park so we explored a lot of it. Great views of the city and lake.
Saw several deer in the park as well!

Definitely hard but the feeling of accomplishment and the view at the top is worth it! It's a lovely change getting to explore Grouse Mountain when it's not covered in snow. However, be aware that there were a lot of mosquitoes at the top.

Very well kept and pretty with many small creeks. However, the Quarry Rock viewpoint can get very crowded on a sunny day.