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Lost Lake, Whistler

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
Get some fresh air and take the easygoing hike along paved and gravel trails to Lost Lake, a pristine lake set in dense evergreen forest. If you visit between June and September you’ll find an area for swimming, as well as plenty of barbecue spots surrounding the lake. Consider bringing a picnic and sitting on the green grass beside the water to eat. During the winter months, the lake exudes an altogether different beauty, as the paths transform into cross-country skiing trails. You can't bring dogs to the lake, but you can take them to a dog-friendly area nearby. Before you head to Whistler, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Whistler vacation builder, to make sure you see all that Whistler has to offer, including Lost Lake.
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  • Don't miss an opportunity to take a walk to Lost Lake. Make sure you take water and a snack. There was a bike cafe before you enter the main trail that sells snacks and they have a restroom. Take a ca...  read more »
  • We walked up to Lost Lake from whistler as its a very nice walk on dedicated paths and after a few mins of walking you are walking along side a small river so very peaceful. It was very easy to follow...  read more »
  • I visited twice. For a first time visitor in Whistler (that is used to walking and cycling off raod) the directions were not very clear. Took quite a couple of wrong turns before I got onto the correc...  read more »
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