Lost Lake Trail & Park
Trail Length: 30 kilometre
Difficulty: Easy - Family
The 30 kilometre (18.4 mi.) Lost lake Loop Trail draws allot of attention in the winter seasons, mainly as a xc country skiing trail system created for all levels of ability. Some of the other xc country ski trails include Les' Leap, Vimy Ridge, Tin Pants, Hydro Hill and Poler's Road.
In the summer this Whistler, BC trail takes on a different personality and is better known for the large sandy beach, picnic areas, grass fields and the doggie beach. In the summer the paved and gravel trail in Lost Lake Park is heavily used by hikers, mountain bikers, joggers, roller bladders and dog walkers.
On the north side of the Lost Lake are the main swimming and picnicking areas with a beach and a doggie park. The sandy beach and grass fields are usually busy on a sunny day spotted with frisbees, sunbathers and umbrellas. The beachfront is sectioned off for swimming with a dock floating not far from off shore.
The hiking and biking trails are highlighted with interpretive signs about the local flora and fauna. The trail system is often used as a transportation link for walkers, skiers and bikers because it connects to the Valley Trail . Which is the main trail in Whistler, BC, Canada connecting one end of the community to the other.
Lost Lake Park has washrooms, picnic shelter, picnic tables and an automated concession stand.
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