If you are looking for a short winter adventure, but don't want to go on top of a mountain, try visiting a nearby Winter Wonderland at a little place called Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. The view is breathtaking, even on a snowy-windy-cold-ass day. You won't even remember that you can't feel your toes! Especially if you don't have proper winter gear like me! BUT you will live as I have survived to live another day.
It's about 30 minutes south of Whistler and took about 1.5 hours from Downtown, Vancouver. The road condition wasn't bad despite it being a snowy/rainy day. Having snowshoes would be awesome, but it's doable without them too. You'll find out if you're on the correct path because if you're not, your entire leg will fall in the snow.
Keep scrolling down to see the pictures I took from this day and I hope it will convince you to get your tooshie out there and explore more of BC! Photos of me were taken by Ricardo Seah (instagram @ricardography), an awesome Vancouver/Singapore-based photographer.
Just go ahead, take it allllll in. You really need to see this in person though.
Ricardo and I were initially trying to get to the base of the waterfall, as we have seen many many many amazing Instagram photos, but were unsuccessful because we couldn't figure out the best way to go off track (if this makes sense)! If anyone knows how to get there, PLEASE TAKE ME WITH YOU!
Seeing the waterfall and all it's glory wasn't bad either.
You can also walk on the Sea to Sky Trail and walk all the way to Whistler.