Looking for a great trail near Whistler, British Columbia? AllTrails has 55 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Garibaldi Provincial Park or Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 27 moderate trails in Whistler ranging from 1.5 to 14.6 miles and from 1,719 to 7,122 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Went snowshoeing on this trail. Nice, easier trail with great natural path and views.

on Lost Lake

cross country skiing
5 days ago

Beautiful, quite and not too hard for first time cross country skiers. The PassiveHous has amazing treats that they have made right there. The Cross Country Connection rents out your equipment as well provide lessons.

off trail
washed out
5 days ago

Superb walk to the train wreck via the main trail, well walked thru the snow. Crampons, yaktrax etc strongly recommended - many parts of the trail are shear ice. Returned via less used trail, hadn't been walked for over a week, snowshoes would have been good.

12 days ago

Hired snowshoes and did the red trail and a little of the orange trail to the warming hut in February 2019. Had a great time, fab views and peaceful. If you’re coming in winter you must have snow shoes to do the hiking which cost $20 and a pass at $11. Or Nordic skis to do the Nordic trails which we didn’t do. I would recommend this.

14 days ago

Beautiful waterfall near trail Head. Easy walk to falls. Steeper trail with icy path near the cliff. Made it a tad scary without chains on my boots. Great hike

Beautiful trail. Snow packed and icy in areas. Beautiful swinging bridge with lovely views and great photo ops.

over grown
washed out
19 days ago

Snow/ice packed trail to bottom of falls. Busy and little parking this time of year.

Where do people park in order to access the trail head?
Will be doing this hike in a few months.. looks amazing !

Check out this Meetup with:
Vancouver Hiking and Outdoor Day Trips http://meetu.ps/e/GhgL9/r8PJ8/d

Trail not well marked. Ended up walking along train tracks because we couldn’t find where the trail continued. We saw the train wreck from the tracks and slid down the hill to reach them. We went back another way across the bridge from the Olympic village park. That’s seem to be the better way to go in winter.

1 month ago

came here on Christmas day - great hiking/snowshoeing. Be aware, though, that the winter trails are different - the trails are groomed for snowshoe and cross-country skiing and require a pass.

2 months ago

Hiked this last week ! Lots of snow the whole way up .Made it difficult to come down so we ended up sliding down ! After the first quarter of the hike , there was lots of ice, even with our micro spikes it was difficult ! But great if your looking for an adventure !

Good and easy for Two nice hours after work :)

So much fun and perfect for a nice hike and a few really good pics! Saw people doing live art and it was really a chill place....spent a lot of time admiring the art the bridge and the water was amazing! A must do! ❤️

3 months ago

Charming forest terrain. Take a short detour for a view of Lost Lake. Very well marked and maintained. Look out for mountain bikers!

Hiked to the lake today (mid-November) and lucked out with blue skies and milder temps just below zero. The snow starts lower down in patches with some accumulation after the half way mark. Micro spikes and poles very useful this time of year and bring layers for any weather.

nice hike, although not well marked. rewarding at the end seeing all the painted wrecked old trains.

A easy hike on a sunny day we add some of the sea to sky trail which made it longer for us. next time I will try going all the way to brandy wine falls .

3 months ago

Hiked Nov 4. Snow from about halfway. snowshoes not required yet, but spikes a bonus over the boulder fields. Beautiful once the clouds cleared.

Love this hike! We started the trail around 10:30 pm, so can't comment much on the views up. The trail is very easy to follow even by headlamp. It took 3 hours up with overnight packs. Mostly incline the entire way, but only the last km before the lake is technical, and a couple of rock fields. Look for marmots and pikas in the rocks! The lake and glacier is a gorgeous destination, but there are a few additional scrambles that are well worth the time if you like a challenge. Took 2.5 hours down and the heavy packs made going down more of a challenge than up. It's quite a popular trail, understandably so!

3 months ago

Did this prior to grizzly bear activity shutdown and during wildfire season! It was fun! The people I went with were a bit... err.. wacky (which you'll understand why if you watch the video in this comment!). Trail is steady and well maintained, nothing technical up to the lake! :) The video for your entertainment and virtual experience https://youtu.be/0IkOAekrOqM

3 months ago

Went up to Russet Lake on Oct 20th and I must say on the top there were some incredible views! Went through Singing Pass up to Russet Lake and then the same way down, in total around 29km hike with 1100 meter elevation gained. Only reason this hike doesn't get 5 stars was the fact that most of the hike you'll be deep in the forest with no real viewing points (last kilometer or two are stunning thought). However, it was all worth it getting to the top! Took about 3.5-4 hours up, stayed there for roughly 1-1.5 and then 3 hours down.
You will let your feet and legs know you're alive if you do it in one day like us :)

4 months ago

Beautiful trail as we took the Nature Path for only foot trail, no bikes, and skirted right along the river to the lake. Gorgeous scenery!

A unique trail with a unique history. A great suspension bridge and crazy fun graffiti on wrecked train cars. Avoid the other entry on AllTrails for the old path which is hard to find and more primitive.

4 months ago

To save some time, and skip unnecessary elevation gain we took a Jeep and a Truck up... and ... well... aside from an incident with the jeep (lol it's in the vid)... 2 of us attempted Brandywine Peak... which ended up being a night hike back with a lot of path finding, getting lost, and maneuvering scree in the middle of the night as this is not really a hike with "trail markers". Good times!

The adventure for all those interested:

4 months ago

Fabulous hike. The lake is amazingly beaut and rugged. Be sure to take the path to the glacier just past the end of the lake.

Really easy walk around the forest, there are some cool trails off the actual path too if you look for them. Makes it a little for adventurous

Amazing views , great challenge

Very fun and great photo opportunities the whole way to the train cars.

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