Explore the most popular hiking 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.

A) Directions to parking leads to a residential area. I suggest finding a better way to get to the trail. We had to walk about 10-15 minutes through homes.
B) Once on the trail, it's beautiful and peaceful. However, the whole area is probably better for mountain biking.

2 days ago

Excellent hike. Nice and steep but not too long so bearable. Definitely recommend doing it as an overnighter...set your tent and then head up to the glacier :)

3 days ago

Views are worth it! 70-80% upwards incline through dense amazing forest with the sound of waterfall throughout, occasional view points of mountains and forest from start to finish. finishing with the Lake at the top with more mountain views defiantly recommend! Took me 3hours up and 1:30hrs on the way down.

Easy trail to a beautiful lake. Can either take the nature trail or the cross country ski trails that are gravel to Lost Lake. Once there, there were plenty of activities to do and docks to swim out to in the summer months.

Great early season hike. Pretty easy going apart from one or two bits that get the blood going but nothing hectic. Some really nice views of Black Tusk & Loggers Lake.

Awesome find. There are definitely some difficult sections where it is difficult to find ones way back into the forested portions of the trail..... The APP was a life saver and would strongly recommend its use. ... The Train Wreck site and the suspension bridge really made the trek worth while.

After the hike a stop at the nearby #WhistlerBrewingCo is a refreshing touch .

14 days ago

extremely beautiful hike, perfect trail , total mileage was 10.3 miles tiny bit of snow at top to lake
very easy to manage

Nice hike, steep, sleep with a tent on wood platform. Glacier, lake and mountain are amazing!
Must do!

Hike is clear. A few patches of snow at the top past the boulder field that you walk over for 30 seconds. Very minimal. Did the hike in trail runners with no issue. People were camping at the top. Marmots galore!!!

to the person below- I called the office and high note trail is still closed. looks like all trails are closed in that area except Matthew's and Pika's Traverse.

Lots of different terrain, very beautiful. Once the trail brings you down by the lake, it makes for a great lunch stop!

21 days ago

Hiked 23JUNE2018. Still walking on 2+’ of snow from the cable bridge to the lake, but a great hike.

Can anyone tell me if this is open yet this year? Would like to take it the first week in July.
Do u take the gondola to start the trail?
Or is there another trail that is called high note?

great trail and new outhouse mid way up. snow for the last 1.5-2 k that gets relatively deep but manageable. follow the tracks people have made in the snow. lake is still mostly frozen but edges are thawing out. really funny whiskey jack at the top so bring him some seeds!

Still lots of snow on the trail, from the cable bridge to the lake, but still a great hike.

24 days ago

The road in has recently been filled in so the potholes are easier to navigate. The hike is accuratley rated as hard, but it's well worth it when you get to the top! Definitely achievable without snow shoes now, only a few ankle deep patches left.

We wanted to hike Half Note to High Note but unfortunately the trail was closed. Instead we took Pika and Matthew’s Traverse which is basically a graded mountain road to the top of Whistler Peak. There is construction going on and looks like the suspension bridge is conpleted and will be opening soon. The views at the peak is majestic. You can see all of Garibaldi, Black Tusk and the many lakes.

25 days ago

Nice quiet hike with minimal elevation gain. No spectacular views. Well marked. Though we did not mountain bike, it appeared to be nice for that.

Hiked to the top June 20th. Awesome views through the hike, especially at the peak! 18 foot snow walls on each side of the road about 1.5 miles up. Definitely a work out. Garmin showed almost 1,400 ft of elevation gain.

Hike is no joke but totally worth it. Bring mosquito spray! And shoes for snow.

It is a hard hike but once you get to the top it’s all worth it. The lake is still thawing, so I’ll try it in a month again so I can see that beautiful turquoise blue.
Amazing Mountain Views.

Vert Nice ! But very snowy for the last km

1 month ago

No parking

1 month ago

The first 4 Kms took us up a logging road which was on the boring side but once in the trail it was a great hike beautiful waterfalls all the way up the side of the trail once into the mountains. I believe this is called skywalk to iceberg Lake. Be sure footed as lots of snow packed and icy. Eyes open for wolves if overnight.

We started at the parking lot behind Olive’s market. Poorly marked is an understatement, some people on all trails have given good advice on getting there. Once there very cool photo ops. The bridge is cool too , wish we could have see a moving train to get a good photo of.

1 month ago

Superb falls :) Loved this nice short walk !

1 month ago

I would recommend this hike but not these directions. It’s safer to start across the highway - you’ll avoid crossing the train tracks. From Vancouver, turn right at Function Junction and drive east. Cross a small bridge and turn right onto Jane Lakes Road. After turning right, drive about 500-meters to where there is a small road that branches to the left. The parking area is located to the left, there’s a sign that reads “Train Wreck Parking”. The trail starts across the street - look for the sign marking the Sea To Sky Trail.

Easy fun hike

Great for kids!

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