This small provincial park stretched parallel to the Sea-to Sky Highway. Located just north of Whistler and one hundred and fifty kilometres north of Vancouver, the trail by the Green River was an easy three-kilometre hike.
Beside the trail were red cedar, hemlock, and Douglas fir—common giant trees in British Columbia. At the end of the trail were the Nairn Falls. Even though the falls were not spectacular, the force of the plummeting and swirling waters had carved out potholes, arches, and smoothed the surface of riverside boulders.