Whistler hikes

Whistler hikes

Whistler has an abundance of hiking trails. You can find 158 different trails on All Trails alone. When going for a hike please be sure to be prepared for all outcomes. If you think you are lost, please call 9-1-1, you will be connected to Whistler RCMP immediately and they will be able to help. Also be aware that these trails are shared with a variety of Wildlife including bears, mountain lions and bob cats. Here are some Bear Safety tips.

Easy hiking trails

Easy Trails

Brandywine Falls | Length 1.3km

Whistler Train Wreck | Length 2.3km

Lost Lake | Length 4.0km

Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge | Length 5.3km

Alta Lake Loop | Length 7.4km

Moderate Trails

Ascent Trail | Length 6.4km – can stop midway and take gondola down

Cheakamus Lake | Length 7.7km

Whistler Peak: High Note | Length 9.2km

Overlord, Lakeside & Decker Loop | Length 9.5km

Harmony Lake Trail | Length 10.1km

Brandywine Meadows | Length 11.1km

Hard trails

Wedgemount Lake & Tupper Lake | Length 11.9km

19 Mile Creek Trail: Iceberg Lake | Length 14.2km

Rainbow Lake Trail| Length 15.6km

Wedge Mountain | Length 21.2km

Panorama Ridge Via Helm Creek | Length 29.9km

Joffre Lake // Length 7.4 km

Located 1 hour north of Whistler (60km)

Joffre Lake is one of B.C’s most popular hikes.

With 3 separate turquoise-blue lakes, jagged peaks and cold rushing streams, Joffre Lake is a must see for avid hikers.

A day pass is required and can be booked using the below link.

All Trails App

Whether you hike, bike, run, or walk. The All Trails app help you plan and share your outdoor adventures.