Hiking

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

Inspiring Mountain Innovations on a World Scale

Let's take a look at what puts Whistler Blackcomb at the top of that bucket list for any skier, boarder, hiker, and mountain-lover out there.

Hiking in the Rain: Tips for When it Drips

Hiking in the rain is a great way to discover another side of the forest. Here’s a couple of ways to make the most of grey days and find the silver lining in the clouds.

Insider’s Guide to Alpine Hiking with Kids

The Whistler Insider has a few easy tips and tricks to adventuring in the mountains and visiting your favourite alpine spaces with kids in tow.

Summer Exploration in Whistler: A Kid’s Perspective

Explore the endless days of summer in Whistler with local kids Sara and Emma and see how learning in the great outdoors can expand your horizons.

Insider’s Guide to Hiking and Adventure in the Callaghan Valley

The Callaghan Valley is a secluded paradise in the mountains just south of Whistler with a plethora of lakes, waterfalls, hikes, glaciers and adventures at Whistler Olympic Park.

The Whistler Insider’s Spring Hiking Report and Summer Predictions

It's time to start moving! More of Whistler's hiking trails are opening day by day - here's a quick conditions report and some recommended trails to hike in June and July.

Insider’s Guide to Hiking the Snow Walls on Whistler Mountain

The snow walls on Whistler Mountain are at their best right now - here's everything you need to know about visiting the snow walls on your spring sightseeing trip.

Insider’s Guide to the Skywalk Trail and Rainbow Mountain Hiking Trails

An Insider's guide to hiking the newly upgraded trail network on Rainbow Mountain in Whistler, including the incredible Skywalk Trail.

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 and 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.
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