Whistler Hiking Trails

Known as one of the best ski resorts in the world, Whistler has no shortage of outdoor activities. During the summer months, the snow melts away to reveal an outdoor playground for mountain bikers, hikers, and other adventure seekers.

The town of Whistler is located along the Sea to Sky Highway, less than 2 hours north of Vancouver. Some of the most beautiful hiking trails are located in the area near Garibaldi Lake. Formed by lava flows from volcanic activity, this area of Garibaldi Provincial Park is host to glaciers, meadows of wild flowers, as well as the impressive peak of Black Tusk.

The Whistler area is very mountainous and the terrain rugged and difficult. The rewards of reaching some of the alpine viewpoints can be second to none as this region has some of the best scenery in Southwestern British Columbia.

Trails located in the Whistler region:

Ancient Cedars Trail
The Ancient Cedars Trail follows a scenic, forested route that ends in a grove of massive old-growth cedar trees.

Black Tusk
The dark, jagged edges of Black Tusk make it the most spectacular of the mountains in Garibaldi Provincial park.

Blackcomb Meadows
Alpine hiking trails that pass Blackcomb Lake and continue up onto a ridge with viewpoints of the Overlord Glacier and Fitzsimmons Valley.

Brandywine Falls
A short walk brings you to this spectacular waterfall that drops 70 meters into the cavern below.

Brandywine Meadows
Located south of Whistler, Brandywine Meadows is a scenic meadow full of wildflowers and surrounded by picturesque mountains and glaciers.

Cheakamus Lake
Located in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Cheakamus Lake offers an easy hike to a turquoise lake surrounded by lush forests.

Conflict Lake
Located in Callaghan Valley area west of Whistler, the hike to Conflict Lake offers scenic views of Powder Mountain, passes open meadows, and the Journeyman Lodge.

Garibaldi Lake
With turquoise-coloured water nestled between alpine mountains and a spectacular glacier as the backdrop, Garibaldi Lake is one of the most scenic destinations in British Columbia.

High Note Trail
The High Note Trail begins from the top of Whistler Mountain and offers scenic views of Cheakamus Lake, Black Tusk, and alpine areas through Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Lost Lake Nature Trail
A short hiking trail to Lost Lake that is accessible from Whistler Village.

Panorama Ridge
Overlooking Garibaldi Lake and providing stunning views of Black Tusk and Helm Lake, Panorama Ridge has some of the most spectacular scenery in Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Rainbow Lake
One of Whistler's most scenic and prestine lakes, the hike to Rainbow Lake passes waterfalls and bridges before reaching the alpine lake.

Wedgemount Lake
A glacier lake nestled between alpine mountains located high above Whistler, Wedgemount Lake is one of the most difficult but scenic areas in Garibaldi Provincial Park.

Other Regions

Vancouver City
The North Shore
Howe Sound
Fraser Valley East
Tri Cities
Tsawwassen and Delta
Surrey and Langley
Ridge Meadows

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