• people hiking in a wooded area


There’s no shortage of beautiful hikes in Whistler. Pick up a map and explore the alpine hiking trails on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, easily accessible by gondola. Or connect with our Whistler Experience Guide, who can show you some of the best hiking spots to explore.

What to bring hiking in Whistler

Even if you are just going for a short hike, you need to be prepared for the weather and conditions. It’s best to dress in layers so you can adjust your clothing to the current conditions.

Bear Safety

Whistler is home to resident bears. While our local bears are relatively tame compared to in the Rockies we recommend carrying bear spray and making noise while you hike to reduce your risk of a negative bear encounter. Learn more how to stay Bear Smart in Whistler – bearsmart.com

Leave No Trace

The area around Whistler is sensitive wilderness. Remember to pack out what you pack in and leave the wilderness better than you found it

Other Activities You May Like

Private Tours
Scenic aerial view of the mountain landscape with a forest and the crystal blue river

Cheakamus River Tour

Explore the beauty of the Cheakamus River trail as you head towards the amazing surrounds of Loggers Lake. Cross over the suspension bridge to this extinct volcano and take in nature’s winter beauty with our experienced guides.​
Spring Summer
group rafting on a river

Whitewater Rafting

The Cheakamus, Green and Elaho rivers allow you to choose your own whitewater rafting adventure.
Spring Summer Fall
Couple with bikes enjoying ride on Sproatt mountain at sunset.


Rent a bike to explore the local area on Whistler’s vast network