Explore the most popular birding trails near Whistler with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

4 days ago

Beautiful, quiet trail. Little traffic. Climb at start then levels off. A bit of a goat trail in sections but we found this fun

10 days ago

This hike has lots of uphill, but offers amazing views, especially along the musical bumps.

10 days ago

The Lost Lake Nature Trail is a nice stroll along a wooded path to a small lake in the middle of Whistler. It has a beach and nice views, and beautiful rhododendron lining the path. Nice walk or bike ride.

11 days ago

Beautiful views along the musical bumps trail and down the valleys. Lots of elevation gained and lost along the trail. Mediocre campsite, did not go near the cabin as it was busy and full of mice apparently. Completed at the end of August and the day we left it snowed that evening.

16 days ago

Mostly flat pleasant walk up to lake. From here trail goes on around the lake. Easy walk suitable for all ages.

one of the best hikes i've ever done.

nature trips
1 month ago

Wonderful trail. Coming from Australia where snow in most parts non-existent, it was gorgeous and exhilerating to walk in the snow, still very compacted in mid April. The fresh mountain air is amazing and to see the frozen lake and it starting to melt was a 1st! With the picturesque snow capped mountains as a backdrop it was breathtaking. Lots of dogs coming and going. Restroom at start and lots of little trails/bridges out to the lake. Small car park and not far from Whistler Village. Few little bridges with running water. Nice and peaceful being amongst nature! ❄️❄️

Fabulous hike with great views.

3 months ago

Backpacked to Russet Lake from the Whistler Gondola on the way and hiked all the way back out on a loop and we stayed 2 nights at the camp - excellent hike in with beautiful views and good challenging terrain. Camped at Russet Lake campsite and day hiked to Overlord Glacier - good scrambling route and it can be done as a loop back to the campsite. Cold at night bring a good sleeping bag - this was early September and it was cold!

The trail was really beautiful but I couldn’t complete the loop due to heavy snow and unsure of logger Lake was safe to walk on.

7 months ago

Plenty of trails to make this a longer or shorter hike as you like.

This was a great trail with great views but if you do the 8km loop as pictured in the app - I would call it a moderate trail for sure, not easy. Definitely steep sections and it's a good workout overall.

easy walk to the lake from the village.

Good views but the loop was not straight forward

Best hike of my life.

Varied landscapes, managable for out of shape hikers like me, if you take your time.

The path gets a bit hard to see at the highest point.

Terrific hike. Phenomenal views. Lower end of moderate difficulty. Exhilarating

9 months ago

Easy loop from the Blackcomb gondola. It's graveled and fairly wide most of the way. There is one section that narrows and has you climbing over some rock. You get scenic views, wildlife and alpine flowers. This trail is the connector to most of the other trails on Blackcomb. We completed it during the 3rd week of July.

Nice trail. Lots of mountain bikers to dodge. As hiker, turn on to all nature trails you can. They are only for hikers and beautiful! Whole trail is dog friendly with a dog beach.

Great hike. Hiked it July 1 and 2, 2017. Took the Singing Pass Trail up. Last couple hours were in 2m of snow. Glad we had brought snowshoes. I had brought swim suits and towels but the lake was still frozen over...

There were only 10 people, including us, camping up there on a Canada Day long weekend so the place was very quiet.

Would like to spend 2 nights next time to be able to hike the Fissile or go up on the Overlord Glacier next time.

Amazing views that only a few hundred people in the world have had the chance to see... well worth it.

Great trail running!

10 months ago

This is one of my favourite afternoon hikes in Whistler. You gets a bit of everything: forest walking, some ascents and descents, a lake, beautiful views and the feeling that you've done some exercise if you only have a few hours to spare. It's a little gem well worth doing! Park at the Interpretive Forest and walk along the Riverside Trails for a pleasant and longer loop.

mountain biking
Friday, August 26, 2016

A great trail for a leisurely bike ride with a nice stop at the lake.

Great easy hike with beautiful white water views all along the way. We combined the riverview trail with crater rim and it was 6 miles.

Monday, August 01, 2016

Easy family walk for all ages

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Nice walk around the lake before dinner.

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Nice nature walk

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Really nice trail. Had a lot of snow at the higher elevations but still hikable in boots. Several trail runners passed by us. Skipped the left turn after the suspension bridge due to deepening snow. Ended up at just over 4 miles.

Monday, February 29, 2016

Very nice hike! Good in terms of climbing.

cross country skiing
Friday, November 13, 2015

Not challenging but nice for snowshoeing or a leisurely stroll.

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