• November 13, 2019
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snowshoeing in Whistler


The magic of winter in Whistler is something that everyone needs to experience! There are fun activities, exciting events and of course, the best part of winter, the marvellous scenery. The beauty of the dark green conifers blanketed in a soft white blanket is truly breathtaking. 

One of the best ways to experience this winter wonderland is snowshoeing. Winter snowshoeing in Whistler is a relaxing way to get outdoors and enjoy the sights and smells of the snowy forest. With so many options for snowshoeing trails in Whistler, there’s something for everyone. These are some of our favourite spots for snowshoeing in Whistler.


Lost Lake Park

Just a short walk from Whistler Village, Lost Lake Park is a great spot for snowshoeing and offers over 13km of designated snowshoe trails. Rentals are available and trail passes can be purchased from Cross Country Connection at the Lost Lake PassivHaus.


Ski Callaghan

10 minutes south of Whistler Village lies the beautiful Callaghan Valley. Ski Callaghan offers over 35km of snowshoe trails that weave through old-growth cedar forests and past amazing views. For those with dogs, enjoy over 18km of dog-friendly trails.


Other Trails

Some other trail recommendations include the Sea to Sky Trail, Cheakamus Trails and the Train Wreck Trail. Information for these can be obtained by visiting the Whistler Visitor Centre.


Snowshoe Tours

If you’re a beginner snowshoer or prefer to go with a group, there are many options to join a snowshoe tour in Whistler. Visit Whistler.com to see what’s available. 

Winter snowshoeing in Whistler can be so fun but as always, it’s important to be prepared when exploring. Having the knowledge and proper equipment will ensure your adventures are fun and safe. We suggest visiting the Whistler Visitor Centre for trail updates and maps. Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather and pack a bag with extra layers, water and snacks. Let someone know where you are are going and when you’ve returned, especially when exploring alone. 

If you’re looking for the perfect winter vacation or permanent home in Whistler, contact me today to experience a whole new level of service. My knowledge and experience in Whistler real estate will not disappoint.