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TOLL FREE N.A.1-877-697-7776

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Holidays Holidays Whistler Canada Hiking Trail Maps

Valley TrailThe Whistler Canada area has many great hiking trails available during the summer season. Get up, up and away with a Peak Adventure! Head up the Whistler Village gondola and watch for bears, deer and other wildlife while you enjoy breathtaking views. Once at the Roundhouse Lodge, watch history being built with the construction of the Peak to Peak Gondola.

After exploring the sights at the Roundhouse ride the open air chair to the Peak of Whistler at more than 7,000'. The Inukshuk and panoramic views of Black Tusk, glaciers and the Coast Mountain Range make for unforgettable memories and photos. As weather conditions can change suddenly in the alpine, please be prepared for winter conditions: sturdy walking shoes, winter jackets and warm layered clothing is recommended if you partake in the Peak Adventure ride.

Lost Lake Park

This is the best place for visiting hikers to begin. The backbone of the park is the extensive network of well-maintained trails leading from Whistler village and are used for cross-country skiing in the winter and hiking for the rest of the year. There are many single track diversions into the woods for mountain bikers along the way, which are generally technically moderate. Lost Lake Park also includes great swimming during the summer and a mountain bike full dirt jumping area as well as Shaler’s Bike Land, which is a trial centre perfect for learning how to get the bike up, over and along logs and other obstacles.

Valley Trail

The Valley Trail in Whistler Canada runs from one end of the Whistler valley to the other end and is a great way to enjoy a sunny afternoon by yourself or with the entire family. You can even rent a bike in the village and cruise down the trail with ease.

Alpine Hiking

Alpine hiking trails will open as snow pack melts. The trail list below provides information about all trails and includes an open or closed status. Contact Guest Relations or check Today on the Mountains - daily Mountain Report for any immediate changes. Be sure to dress for the weather, it can feel like winter up there. Proper footwear and clothing are recommended. View Printable Trail Map

Trail
Return Time mins
Distance
Elevation Change
Features
Half Note
30-60
(one-way)
1.2km
(0.75mi)
220m
(722ft)
NEW - Intersects with High Note trail providing a shortened route back from the spectacular views of the glacial peaks of Garibaldi Provincial Park and the crystal blue waters of the Cheakamus Lake.
Pika's Traverse
1.5 - 2 hours
(one-way)
2.3km
(1.43mi)
270m
(885ft)
A mountain road offering great views and leading to the Harmony Tea Hut.
Matthew's Traverse
45
(one-way)
0.9km
(0.6mi)
80m
(262ft)
Enjoy panoramic views along this mountain road leading from the Peak to the Harmony Tea Hut.
Peak Interpretive Walk
60 min loop
1.6 km
(1 mi)
30m
(98 ft)
Two loops of single track wind their way around the Peak. See fantastic views along with alpine ecosystem and local history storyboards.
Peak Trail Traverse
10 mins (one-way)
0.6km
(0.37mi)
55m
(180ft)
A wide easy trail providing access to the Peak Chair.
Paleface Trail
20-30
0.6 km
(0.37 mi)
58m
(190 ft)
An easy trail that offers a great introduction to alpine flowers and old growth forest. Beautiful views and resting places.
Glacier Lookout Trail

60
1 km
(0.6 mi)
85 m
(247 ft)
See the powers of glacial erosion.
Glacial Connector
20 (one-way)
1.9 km
(1.2 mi)
80 m
(262 ft)
Views of the glacier. Provides an alternative route from/to Little Whistler.
Ridge Lookout

30-35
0.8 km
(0.49 mi)
68m
(223 ft)
Short, steep hike.
Spectacular view.
High Note Trail
3-4 hours (loop)
5.1km
(3.2mi)
258m
(902ft)
Enjoy stunning views of Black Tusk and Cheakamus Lake and then return to the Roundhouse Lodge via the Musical Bumps trail.
Note: total distance from Peak to Roundhouse Lodge via Musical Bumps trail is 9.4km (5.8mi)
Harmony Lake Trail and Loop

60-90
2.5 km
(1.55 mi) to Lake
130 m
(426 ft)
Alpine forests, lakes and expansive views. Look for marmots.
Harmony Meadows

30-60
1.1 km
(0.68 mi)
80 m
(262 ft)
Views of Fitzsimmons Valley and Harmony Lakes.
Harmony Ridge Trail

30 (one-way)
1.1 km
(0.6 mi)
150 m
(495 ft)
A wide track along the ridge offers views of the Symphony Amphitheatre and Flute Summit.
T-Bar Trail
20 mins (one-way)
0.6km
(0.37mi)
85m
(279ft)
A steep trail connecting Glacier Lookout Trail to Pika's Traverse.
Musical Bumps

7-8 hrs
21 km
(13.04 mi) one way
275 m
(902 ft)
Views of Black Tusk, Cheakamus Glacier and Cheakamus Lake. Please refer to BC Parks hiking maps when hiking within Garabaldi Provincial Park.
Little Whistler Trail

1.5-2 hrs
2.3 km
(1.4 mi)
270 m
(885 ft)
Impressive view of Black Tusk. Glacier itself is closed to all traffic.
Burnt Stew

40
(one-way)
1.7 km
(1.05 mi)
130 m
(427 ft)
Alternate connector to Musical Bumps. Views of Fitzsimmons Valley.
Peak Road

45
(one-way)
0.9 km
(0.6 MI)
85 m
(278 ft)
High alpine panoramic views (may be closed due to snowpack). Glacier itself is closed to all traffic.
Peak Scramble
45-90
(one-way)
1.1 km
(0.68 MI)
400 m
(1316 ft)
Shale rock, steep faces, glacial views.
Note: see the Alpine Guides Bureau at the top of Whistler Mountain for maps and advice.

Whistler Area Hiking Trails Guide