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Nice scenery but a little crowded at times

10 hours ago

Really enjoyed this easy hike.
Definitely looking forward to doing it again.
The falls are amazing when you are standing in the mist.

hiking
11 hours ago

This is a beautiful trail system with interesting features. The hike itself is very easy but the scenery, waterfalls and icy swimming holes are incredible. Highly recommend.

Easy and quick trail, not far from Whistler. Very unique compared to the usual mountains of BC

20 hours ago

Did this trail today, was defenitly a challenge for the cardio. I would rate this as moderate not easy. I found the Hope Lookout trail was easier and it's rated as moderate. Amazing views along the way.

didn't find it marked as well outside of the forrest area. encountered a decent amount of bear scat, the forrested area is gorgeous, and the two fall we encountered were beautiful... at sawblade falls, we had a dip (the water wasn't coming down fast). We went clockwise... and had to go up some steeper areas
About 3.5-4 hours

not bad, just follows a road after you are past the farmer field.

quite dissappointing

Good hike but every time we do this hike someone gets hurt! Take extra care on the rock bed... stitches were needed. We were just heading to the snow cave area.

Love it. There’s a dock , Family fishing, a great trail boardwalk birds and beavers. Now if only people would pick up after the dogs it would be even better.

Easy hike until you get closer to the falls. Going down is moderate. Coming back up can be tricky for some. Wear good footwear as the last part can be slippery. Love being able to go behind the falls, take a dip under the falls if you dare!

Great hike!! Definitely prepare to sweat but was well worth the views!

very crowded when I was there.

I went there for the sunset, it's the best for the light (I even saw a rainbow!) and I was almost alone. The smoke is not a problem there even though it was all around.
The view from look out is as beautiful as from the foot of the waterfall.

The trail is ok not to hard but a bit boring (apart from the lake part). When you follow the canyon make sure to see it properly it's gorgeous, you can climb on a big rock that makes a natural bridge to the other side (another trail). It's worth it and not too difficult. The falls are beautiful though! Middle of the afternoon for the best light.

awesome views easy hike even with a 3 year old

Beautiful nature!

A beautiful trail! Bear sightings, so make sure you have your spray and bell ;)

Such a gorgeous view! I am a beginner and was still able to manage. It was really tough and I took my time; took about 2 and a half hours. I recommend going early or on a week day.

Great hike! Very well marked and maintained. Steep but the views make it worthwhile!

This trail was like being in another world. From small log bridges, lush waterfalls, climbing caves, and fields of wildflowers!

Be aware of a wasp nest at the beginning of the first waterfall. We passed many others who also got stung!!

We started on the Hartley road and used a off roading suspended Jeep to travel to the second parking lot. There were other trucks that went to the second parking lot as well.

Really nice walk with the tunnels and some small waterfalls below

walking
2 days ago

Keep to the left on all of the forks, it’s pretty much up hill the whole way up the logging roads. Beautiful views at the top. Great cardio.

beautiful view

Super fun hike! However, if you do plan on going off the Woodland Loop trail and go to see the Sawblade Falls, the water level is quite low around this time of year so the falls will be quite small. Still a beautiful spot, and a beautiful hike!

Although the trailhead was hard to find ( we had to ask local people as the app was off) this hike is great. We did it clockwise getting up the steepest part of the trail (Ridge trail and Crater Rim trail) and going down on the more gradual part (Farside trail). The Fareside trail follows the river, it’s beautiful.

hiking
2 days ago

It’s basically an old logging road. Gravel and rocks the whole way. Pretty much uphill the entire hike. Only saw 5 other hikers the entire time. Not well marked, we had no idea if we were even walking up the right trail until we met other people about 2/3 of the way up and they confirmed it was.

hiking
2 days ago

Awesome hike we continued on after we got to Morte Lake. It was 9.3 km from parking lot around the lake return.

intense incline hike with no flat ground breaks. a definite grind with a decent view at the cabin

Nice trail in a quite area

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