Whistler Wedgemount Lake

WHISTLER'S TOP HIKES

Wedgemount Lake

Hold onto your knees, ladies. This hike gains over 1000 metres in just 7 short kilometres over some gnarly terrain. Trailhead access is a few miles north of Whistler, we recommend booking your tent site early to watch the sun set over the unbelievable turquoise water.

Panorama Ridge

In Garibaldi Provincial Park, this tough 30km hike ends in some stunning views of Garibaldi Lake and the Black Tusk. Heavily trafficked, you'll need a car to access the trailhead and may want to pack a tent.

Black Tusk

Just shorter than Panorama Ridge but with a little extra elevation gain, this strenuous hike takes you to the landing place of the Thunderbird. It is best done as an overnight hike, camping halfway at Garibaldi Lake or Taylor Meadows. Get ready for a stairmaster workout at the end!

High Note Trail

A mellow trail from the top of Whistler Mountain, this is a great way to experience gorgeous views with less of the physical output. No cars and no camping required!

The Chief

 Short but sweet (steep?), there is never a dull moment on the relentless uphill climb to the summit. Hikers will be rewarded with incredible sprawling views of the Howe Sound - you'll never want to come back down!

Tunnel Bluffs

Up, up and up! Take this short but steep hike to the top of a rocky bluff and take in one of the most stunning vistas in the Howe Sound.

Train Wreck

A very mellow, beginner friendly walk in the woods to an abandoned train wreck. Can be done on bike or foot!