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This is an excellent short hike from Whistler village. There are two options - the gravel path or the nature trail. Both start from just behind the Lot 5 car park. I would highly recommend taking the Nature Trail. It weaves through the surrounding forest...More
For a person who isn't into hiking or long walks - this was always going to be a challenge or so I thought.
Leaving at 3 degrees 10am I headed from Whistler Village along the Valley Trail [great level walking for the amateurs out there,...More
We took the little nature trails that lead off the main biking/walking trails and found the most scenic spots. There were dragon flies all around the edge of the lake. It was stunning. Allow a few hours to really explore.
We hiked from the Fairmont Hotel to Lost Lake. About a good hour to get there. A small lake but prestine. We met two fellows who live in the area. they were fishing and told us only trout are in the lake.
It's good to be back here again! The last time I came to Lost Lake in the year 1999.
I still remember the fresh air, the green trees, and for sure the joy of leisure walk.
Lost lake is a small lake within walking distance...More
Really beautiful lake with a very easy trail going all the way around it with a lot of the trail being right next to the water. The water itself was very clean with people swimming and paddle boarding in it in late September!!
You can get to Lost lake by driving or walking in. We started at the PassivHaus and enjoyed a leisurely walk to the lake on a mostly flat trail. Once we got to the lake, we did the loop around the lake. Great place to...More
I would say no. It is a very long journey and it is all dirt path. Much of it is not smooth. There are inclines and places where the wheelchair would probably just take off downhill. There would not be much to see from... More
I would say no. It is a very long journey and it is all dirt path. Much of it is not smooth. There are inclines and places where the wheelchair would probably just take off downhill. There would not be much to see from her level either. The trees obscure much of the lake as it is so anyone shorter than about 5 feet would see even less. It is more of a trek/hike than a trip to see a lake. You get peeks of the lake through the trees and you cannot get anywhere close to the lake. There is no where to sit down either. If you go without her, unless you are prepared for a very - I mean very long and exhausting trip back, go back exactly the way you came.
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There are maps available at the Whistler tourist office that show how to walk to the entrance. There are sidewalks so it's safe and easy. There are lots of trails in the woods around the lake so you could spend a few hours... More
There are maps available at the Whistler tourist office that show how to walk to the entrance. There are sidewalks so it's safe and easy. There are lots of trails in the woods around the lake so you could spend a few hours exploring, including on snowshoes in winter.