Nairn Falls is a 420-acre provincial park located 20 minutes north of Whistler in British Columbia. The highlight of the park is the 200-foot waterfall through a narrow channel carved in the rock.
This is the second stage of Nairn Falls. Even though it is shorter than the first stage, it’s actually more impressive, as it creates a large spray as the water crashes into a small pocket in the rock.
To reach the falls, we hiked a 1-mile trail along the pretty turquoise Green River. Shortly after we took this photo, we were surprised to see a powerboat drive up this river toward the falls. We would’ve thought the river was too shallow and rocky for a propeller drive.
Mount Currie rises high above the park and still has plenty of snow on its peak in late summer.