Great for skiing, back and cross country skiing, snow mobiling and winter fishing.
Located on the Green River, shelters a forest of western hemlock, western red cedar and coast Douglas fir. The park also guards the spiritual site of the Lil'wat Nation, Nairn Falls. A 1.5-km (1-mi) hike from the parking lot leads to a viewing platform of the falls
Great for hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing swimming, canoeing and paragliding.
This magnificent park, home to Upper, Middle and Lower Joffre lakes, awes with its soaring, snow-capped peaks, rushing streams and ice-blue lakes.
Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park's 9,755 ha (24,105 ac) protects habitat such as old-growth forests, sub-alpine and alpine environments as well as lakes for a diverse group of wildlife
Nairn Falls Trail: In the winter the trails becomes a great cross country ski location. The groomed trails are free to use for the entire winter season, and maintained by volunteers of the Spud Valley Nordic Association.
Wendy Thompson Hut: At Marriott Basin, off Duffey Lake Road, operated by the Alpine Club of Canada, Whistler Section
Keith's Hut: At Cerise Creek, off Duffey Lake Road, operated by Keith Flavelle's family and friends
Brian Waddington Hut: By Birkenhead Provincial Park, operated by the Varsity Outdoor Club