Hiking

Let your feet take you to ancient cedar groves, meadows of wildflowers and rugged peaks.

Insider’s Guide To Hiking: Garibaldi Lake & Area

September is a fabulous time to hike - have you tried Garibaldi Lake or Panorama Ridge yet?

Leave No Trace: Whistler Hiking/Biking Backcountry Etiquette

Here in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia showing respect for both people and places is part of playing outdoors. Here’s the Insider’s Guide to trail etiquette.

9 Whistler Walks and Hikes to Try this Summer

From stroller friendly loops to full day hikes to the snowline, here’s 9 ideas for getting into the forest this summer.

Whistler Adaptive Sports Program Takes On Summer

Access for all - how people of all abilities can get into nature this summer with Whistler Adaptive Sports Program and other local businesses.

Walking in Whistler’s Winter Wonderland

Ditch the car and discover the magic of snow with these winter walking routes around Whistler.

Beer & Hiking in Whistler: An Autumn Feast for the Senses

Guest author Richard Campbell of 10Hikes.com has the perfect Coast Mountain autumn pairing recommendation - hiking & beer.

Blackcomb Ascent Hiking Trail: Time to Burn

With the opening of the final section 'Heart Burn' on July 8, the Blackcomb Ascent Trail finally reaches the Rendezvous. Brian Hockenstein asks - how's the burn?

360 Video Series: Gentle Hikes, Amazing Sights

The Insider has some great suggestions for last-minute nature time with the kids. Check out these gentle hikes in full 360 video.

Alpine Hiking Guide: Trails on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains

Guest Author Steve Andrews with the ultimate guide to alpine hiking on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains for hikers of all levels.

Boxcars & Bridges: Whistler’s Iconic Train Wreck Hike

Whistler's most unique hike now has a safe (and legal) entry route - here's how to access the Train Wreck hike by the new suspension bridge.

15 Unique Things to See and Do in the Whistler Alpine This Summer

There's days of summer fun waiting on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, just a short gondola ride from Whistler Village.
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