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Whistler Region Parks and Places


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Cheakamus Lake
Cheakamus Lake
Explore Cheakamus Lake near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada and enjoy a day of kayaking, hiking, canoeing, fishing while camping. The easy grade, very well maintained hard earth trail leading to Cheakamus Lake is 3 km in length. ... Read more
Whistler Interpretive Forest
Whistler Interpretive Forest
Explore the Interpretive Forest in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada to enjoy activities like hiking, fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, xc skiing and snowshoeing.... Read more
Mamquam Spawning Channel Trails
Mamquam Spawning Channel Trails
The Mamquam River is a popular destination in the Squamish, British Columbia, Canada region for hikers, mountain bikers, fisherman and horseback riders. The main trail extends along the shores of the Mamquam River eventually leading to the fish spawning channels.... Read more
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park
Brandywine Falls in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada is the main attraction in the 150 hectare Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. One of the key factors to the popularity of this park destination is the ease of access to view the falls. ... Read more
Brohm Lake
Brohm Lake
Brohm Lake is a small 13 hectare lake with a 5 Km (3 mi.) loop trail exploring the shoreline, the dense forest and some surrounding bluffs. Popular for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, sightseeing, canoeing, kayaking or fishing.... Read more
Showh Lake
Showh Lake
Explore Showh Lake in Whistler, BC, Canada on Cougar Mountain is a popular destination for hiking, off roading, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and dog sledding.... Read more
Valley Trail
Valley Trail
The pathway acts as a transportation link connecting various parts of the community together accessed by hikers, walkers, bikers, roller bladders, joggers, dog walkers, xc skiers and snowshoers.... Read more
Discovery Trail
Discovery Trail
The trail draws the attention of walkers, mountain bikers, joggers and bird watchers.The 3.3 KM walking trail leads all explorers along a brush lined, tree covered, walking path following the shores of a Tidal Slough located north of the village.... Read more
Squamish Estuary Trails
Squamish Estuary Trails
The Squamish Estuary Walking Trails explore the mudflats, marshes, wetlands, tidal channels, rivers, meadows and forests in the backyard of Squamish Village. The trail starts along a dyke following Cattermole Creek. The brush shouldering the path is sometimes almost 10 feet tall and ...... Read more
Four Lakes Trail
Four Lakes Trail
The 8 Km (3.6 miles) easy grade Four Lakes Trail is a loop trail which explores the forests and lakes located just north of Squamish, BC, Canada in the Alice Lake Provincial Park. The four lakes include the Alice, Stump, Fawn and Edith Lakes. ... Read more
Nairn Falls Provincial Park
Nairn Falls Provincial Park
Nairn Falls Provincial Park near Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada is a great destination to enjoy some time out in nature. The 1.5 kilometre easy-grade, pine needle cushioned trail follows cliff banks of the Green River to the waterfall. ... Read more
Lily's Garden Park
Lily's Garden Park
In the village of Squamish, BC is a small floral garden identified by a wooden bridge and a large rock monument named Lily's Park. Both park markers can be seen from the highway. ... Read more
Loggers Lake Trail
Loggers Lake Trail
Loggers Lake Trail in Whistler, BC, Canada is one of the easier lakes to access by walking a short distance. However, the distance to the lake may be short but it does include a steep climb to access the lake. ... Read more
Alice Lake Provincial Park
Alice Lake Provincial Park
The Alice Lake area attracts many to the park because of the designated beach area with a pier, floating dock and a roped off swimming area on the lake.... Read more
Rainbow Park
Rainbow Park
Rainbow Park is one of the more popular beach park destinations for families and couples in ,Whistler, BC, Canada, because the water is so shallow, clear and... because the park is so easy to access by car and bike.... Read more
Riverside Trail
Riverside Trail
Riverside Trail in the Whistler Interpretive Forest in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada is really about two trails acting as one - The Riverside Interpretive Trail and the Lower Riverside Trail. Both trails combine to create a good hiking and mountain biking experience.... Read more