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Brandywine Trail Loop to Cal-Cheak Suspension Bridge

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Brandywine Falls Park

Brandywine Trail Loop to Cal-Cheak Suspension Bridge is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 5.4 miles Elevation Gain: 610 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

river

views

waterfall

Please note: do not climb the Brandywine Falls, the rocks are very slippery and it's very dangerous. There is a 50 foot closure at both the top and bottom of Brandywine Falls.

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closed
over grown
private property
10 months ago

If you try to do it counter clockwise there would be a fork in the trail where you either go to the bungie bridge or the cal-cheak susp. bridge. The trail sign says both are to the right which is incorrect and it took us to the bungie bridge. We backtracked after pulling the GPS out only to find we should have taken the left at the trail marker. We started hiking the trail but there were fallen trees and it eventually gets overgrown. I went to the brandywine falls provincial park website and it doesn't show this hike and when you look at their map it looks like this trail may have existed at one point but it is no longer maintained & goes through private property. If you check the provincial park website there is a new trail that starts off going clockwise from the trailhead and will take you to the cal-cheak susp. bridge as desired. This map should be removed.

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10 months ago

Hiked on August 8, 2019 - started from the Brandywine Falls parking lot along Route 99. After viewing the falls, we took the trail just past the train tracks to the Cheakamus bungee bridge, listed 2 km away (it’s a bit further than that); we did not complete the hike to the suspension bridge, but you can make this hike a loop. It was a delightful hike first through forest and then through old lava fields to a region of forest with small ponds throughout. You get some great views of the snow-capped mountains and then of Black Tusk mountain. Brandywine provincial park is really beautiful. We stopped at Cheakamus bungee bridge because there was a wait to cross the bridge because bungee jumpers (Whistler Bungee Jumping company) was busy that day. We watched a few people jump. The Cheakamus river was a beautiful color green and we really enjoyed this hike. In all, it ended up being 5km. I should mention that the trail is well-maintained with gravel. Easy footing!

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11 months ago

Pretty easy hike in the meadows, very flat terrain.

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11 months ago

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Sun May 26 2019