The Whistler Train Wreck Trail, Whistler
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Take an interesting hike at The Whistler Train Wreck Trail, a route based around a mysterious derailed train crash thought to have occurred in the 1950s. Over the ensuing years, it was turned into an artful walking spot by the local community. The trail is typified by attractive verdant scenery and interesting, vibrant graffiti on the train cars. You'll find an excellent bike trail around the wreck trail, so bring your wheels if you’d prefer to see the route this way. The whole path is about 3 km (1.8 mi) and begins with views over Cheakamus River. Plan your The Whistler Train Wreck Trail visit and explore what else you can see and do in Whistler using our Whistler travel itinerary maker.
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It is a nice easy walk, and the train cars are pretty cool to see! The suspension bridge has beautiful views of the river below. A must see!
This was recommended by friends and I recommend it too. The hike is about 20 minutes each way over well groomed paths with nothing steep. The train wreck lies between the rail tracks and a lively stre... read more »
The new swinging bridge makes it an easy walk to the area. the 7 train cars are on the other side of the bridge not hard to walk can be done in 1 to 2 hours
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