Alexander Falls In Whistler

Last Updated on May 5, 2021

While researching places where we could get out to stretch our legs en route to camping at Birkenhead Provincial Park in Pemberton, we came across this beauty, Alexander Falls.

Alexander Falls is a very impressive 141 foot waterfall that surprised us with its size and volume. The falls can be found in the Callaghan Valley, about 40 minutes south of Whistler. The falls are located just before Whistler Olympic Park, one home of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Thanks to changes that had to be made for the Olympics, the falls are now easily accessible. The two viewing platforms are just steps from where you park your vehicle. The platforms give a fabulous view, where you can clearly see the rushing water crashing into the valley below.

There were also several picnic tables within the forested clearings. It would be lovely for a picnic as you listened to the rushing water from Alexander Falls.

Take a look at this easily accessible beauty:

 

Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC
How beautiful is this waterfall?
A smiling family at Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC
The kids thought this was a great waterfall and that the platforms had a fabulous view of it.

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Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC

Aerial view of Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC
We were impressed that this waterfall was so easily accessible! The viewing platforms were just steps away from our van.

Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC

Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC

Aerial view of Alexander Falls in Whistler, BC
An aerial view of Alexander Falls

 

What is the last waterfall that really surprised you?