|1979: Fireweed P. 206||1982: Canada Thistle P. 306||1988: Mt. Fee with Pearly Everlasting P. 304||1995: Lunch in the meadows - Karen, Doug & Linda||2000: Pink Monkey-Flower P. 265||2004: Yellow Willowherb P. 205||2010: Broad-Leaved Willowherb (Alpine Fireweed) P. 206||2016: A willow in seed P. 87||2019: Leatherleaf Saxifrage P. 164||2029: Fringed Grass-of-Parnassus and mosses by the stream||2033: an Amblystegiaceous species (Terry McIntosh)||2037: Alaska Rein-Orchid P. 123||2041: Alaska Rein-Orchid P. 123||2043: Same as #2033 - colour not typical P. 471||2044: Fringed Grass-of-Parnassus P. 169||2047: Broken seed head of Green False Hellebore||2053: Broad-Leaved Willowherb with Mt. Garibaldi||2054: Green False Hellebore P. 113||2055: Green False Hellebore P. 113||2061: The Black Tusk from the meadow||2063: Broad-Leaved Willowherb by the stream||2069: Running Clubmoss (?) P. 432||2070: Mt. Garibaldi across the valley from the meadow||2077: A spider beetle on Cow Parsnip P. 213||2080: Meandering stream near the beginning of the meadow||2085: Pearly Everlasting P. 304|
It is about a 45 minute walk to the beginning of the meadows at WPT037: 86,650E, 48,960N. You can walk about 1 km up the meadows before the trail rises steeply to Brandwine Mountain.
The plants are tentatively identified by the page number in Pojar & MacKinnon, "Plants of Coastal British Columbia", Lone Pine Publishing, 1994. Please let me know if any are mis-identified!