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Lost Lake Nature Trail is a 1.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.7 mi Elevation gain 278 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Cross country skiing

Hiking

Mountain biking

Nature trips

Snowshoeing

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Ssandie Tai
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Hiking

Très facile, parfois sur une route pavée puis sentier.

Rye Jon
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Hiking

Nice trail for walking and biking.

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Pauline Lee
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Not open to public until April 1

Sriram Karunamoorthy
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Hiking

Snow shoed here and the lake is beautiful. Good experience

Kim Bach
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Hiking

Beautiful! Especially walking on the paths near the water

Kevin Cole
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Hiking

Beautiful easy walk through the woods.

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Grace Park
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Hiking

Awesome easy trail - have an option to stay on the paved road and in the wooded areas. Nice walk with no bugs (mid-October)

plumd1 User
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Hiking

Nice enough circular walk. Well maintained paths. Not too busy in the morning.

Linnéa Handberg
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Hiking

Average walk but nice so close to whistler

Nina V.
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HikingRocky

I combined a number of out and back trails into a circuit. The trail signage is very good. I would rate the overall hike as “moderate”. The trail walking along Green Lake has fantastic views of the sea planes taking off and landing. The return is mostly shaded and requires some hiking on access roads. I took my time and did not rush. Easily doable in 4 - 5 hours including stops.

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John Pucci
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Hiking

really easy

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Jazzy Jeff
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Hiking

We intended to do the lost lake loop in the afternoon but as we passed the starting point we noticed that the friends of the Whistler museum did a free nature walk at 11am every day in June, July an August. We moved our plans around to do this. Sherry, who took the walk, was excellent and it lasted a bit under an hour. I would thoroughly recommend this as it ends half way towards the lost lake. They do take donations for the museum at the end if you enjoyed the walk. We then picked up the original intended walk.

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Paul Paul Batavia
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Jeff Boyd
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Fun little trail. Make sure you are on the path in the woods! There is a cut trail that runs the middle of this route that is definitely not as nice.

Alicia P
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Hiking

Perfect for a leisurely stroll. Gorgeous scenery

Sandra Juren
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Hiking

Easy trail. Very easy! Lots of beautiful nature around the trail and a great view of Lost Lake. I also biked it. Great place! Close to the Whistler Village!

Johanne Bolduc
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Hiking

Easy easy trail.

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

Nic Taylor
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Hiking

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.

Staci Tucker
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Hiking

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!

Joy Lauren
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Easy hike, nothing too exciting. Wide trail and easy to get to from Whistler Village

Epiphanie Vindylis
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Realy easy hike, The lake was warm enough for me to swim, and I hate cold water! :) Dogs are allowed only on one beach, which is nice whether you like dogs or not. Doing the full loop is nice as you can also make a stop at Green lake which is nice too. Good to relax, family friendly. A lot of smoke the last 3 days.

Shawn Richardson
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Walking

Great views, pretty easy walk and a lot of side scenic trails. In the summer, bring a bathing suit & swim out to any of the floating platforms.

Daniel Mohnkern
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Pretty easy walk for whole family right in Whistler

Dave Weller
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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.

Bill Watson
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Hiking

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.

T Abba
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Hiking

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

Helen Macdonald
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Nature trips

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! ❄️❄️

Trenna Morton
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easy walk to the lake from the village.

R. Hauptmann
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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.

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