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Lost Lake, Whistler

4.6
#2 of 29 in Parks in Whistler
Water Body · Nature / Park
Get some fresh air and take the easygoing hike along paved and gravel trails to Lost Lake, a pristine lake set in dense evergreen forest. If you visit between June and September you’ll find an area for swimming, as well as plenty of barbecue spots surrounding the lake. Consider bringing a picnic and sitting on the green grass beside the water to eat. During the winter months, the lake exudes an altogether different beauty, as the paths transform into cross-country skiing trails. You can't bring dogs to the lake, but you can take them to a dog-friendly area nearby. Use our Whistler driving holiday planner to add Lost Lake and other attractions to your Whistler vacation plans.
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  • Nice way to spend a few hours. There are picnic sites and washrooms at the lake. We walked from the village and stopped to look at rocks, creeks and vegetation on the way. Would love to see the...  more »
  • I loved the serene view while we hiked around the lake! It was really breathtaking! We took lots of pictures!  more »
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  • Really enjoyed all the trails, the nature was pristine the paths were CLEAN, the views were amazing. Ran across (both tourists and locals) people walking, jogging, biking and taking their dogs out.. over all a great spot when you're up in Whistler and want to get out of the main tourist areas a bit.
  • Great beach and lake to swim or float on. Much less busy than Alta Lake and walkable from some of the nearby resorts. There are also plenty of biking/walking trails around this area.

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