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Screaming Cat and Iceberg Lake Loop is a 12.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 12.6 mi Elevation gain 4,032 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Nature trips Walking Lake Views Wild flowers Wildlife
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weiyi chen
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Junmei Somerville
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We did a anti clock loop on 28 August. The view is amazing before descending to the screaming cat lake and continuing towards iceberg lake. The chain of mountains, the wild flowers on the meadows and the lakes make it so picturesque, and the white wandering clouds just turn it so unreal.

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Anry Wang
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We did counter clock wise, when we got to the iceberg lake, the sun was almost down, suggest to do it clockwise, so you will have the morning/noon sun on the lake, the meadow was amazing, after the lake, the view on the top was awesome! Wish we could stay at that point for the whole day, it took us 11 hrs to finish the loop, moving time was over 9 hrs, very enjoyable hiking.

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Anya Taraboulsy
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Beautiful hike, the views of the mountains and the wildflowers in the meadows are incredible. Not the most challenging hike, at least not technical. Definitely worth jumping in to iceberg lake at the top. But bring a towel to warm up after!

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Elena K
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Very beautiful trail. Moderately hard. We went to the Iceberg lake first, and than to the Screaming Cat Lake. Views and nature are to die for! There were few people on Iceberg, and nobody but us near the Screaming Cat lake. Total distance was 27km, it took us 9,5 hours with many stops and swimming in the lakes. Be aware of mosquitoes, they are brutal...

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Joe Bow
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Great wildflowers. We walked clockwise to reduce the climb. Long way down. Screaming Cat Lake side was very quiet. Lots of bugs. Gorgeous views, great trail!

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Hussein César Ramírez Cosio
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I wasn’t planning to do the whole loop (just Iceberg lake) but when up there decided to came back through the skywalk north... not the best decision considering I was alone!! The views are amazing and it totally worth it, be aware that there are some snow patches and some times it’s hard to see the trail marks. I recommend start early and bring extra supplies, take it easy and consider that tripping or sliding in the snow it’s a possibility, I also saw lots of bear poo.

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Anton Gerasimov
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HikingOff trailScrambleSnow

Consider starting the loop with Iceberg Lake and then continuing to Screaming Cat. The ascend will be less difficult. After Iceberg Lake there were almost no markings (probably covered by snow). The trail is not obvious at all due to multiple snowmobile tracks all over the area. We wasted lots of time making hour way following GPS. At certain point the winter road marked on the map in blue simply vanished. Snowmobile way turns to the left into the valley, while the hiking trail continues straight as per the map. That’s where all the wandering starts.

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Andy M
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HikingOff trailOver grownRockyScrambleSnowWashed out
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Matt Juhasz
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Hiking

This is a gorgeous hiking loop for when you don’t need to bag a peak. Iceberg Lake trail is quite muddy but manageable.

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Grace Kerr
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We got lost on this hike through nobodies fault but our own lack of preparation! It was a really beautiful hike though. Was pretty tough but it’s hard to say if this was because of us getting lost? I’m keen to do this hike again and not get lost.

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carleen walsh
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Challenging at times but the first 7 or 8 miles ascending are well worth the spectacular views. A few wrong turns added on some mileage so it was a long day.

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Dominic Rüfenacht
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Yuan Feng
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Lillian Lin
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YUE MA
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Reiner Tecklenburg
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Greg Shea
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Anry Wang
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Russell Oconnor
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Roman Kondratov
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