Whistler Valley Trail

Whistler Valley Trail

  • Over 40 km of paved trail and boardwalk that connects all of Whistler’s neighbourhoods
  • Skate, walk, run, cycle or rollerbade your way from lake to viewpoint to picnic spot
  • A fun and accessible way to experience Whistler with the whole family - including the dog!

The Whistler Insider - 6 Perfect Spots on Whistler's Valley Trail

Explore the Valley Trail

The paved Valley Trail provides the perfect way to get outdoors and explore Whistler with family and friends. Here are some suggestions for making the most out the trail in summer:

  • Rent or bring a bike and cycle the trail - chariots and kids welcome
  • Use the Valley Trail to link up your favourite singletrack on your cross country bike or run
  • Need to cool off? Bring swimwear and leap into one of Whistler's cool lakes on the way
  • Well-behaved pets are welcome on the trail - tour Whistler's off leash areas
  • Scope out Whistler's fine golf courses along the way and plan your next round
  • Find your way into the Village for a snack, or grab a picnic at the Farmers Market
  • Test your Whistler knowledge and explore the Valley Trail with the Bike Scavenger Hunt (PDF)

Suggested Routes

Learn about all the different ways you can enjoy the Valley Trail with our recommended itineraries that will get you checking out the lakes, circling the Whistler Golf Club and entertaining the kids at the Meadow Park playground.


The Valley Trail in Winter

The Valley Trail enables visitors to experience the winter wonderland that is Whistler. Please note that due to Whistler's spectacular annual snowfall, not all sections of the Valley Trail are easily accessible in winter. Some sections are maintained regularly and suitable for walking or running with appropriate footwear. Other are groomed for nordic sports or not cleared of snow on a regular basis. Check with the Visitor Centre on arrival for current trail conditions.

Valley Trail Photos

Whistler Valley Trail Captured on Video

Call 1.800.WHISTLER (944.7853) to speak with a local travel consultant