Snowshoeing is a fun winter activity that needs no special skills and can be enjoyed at any pace. If you can walk, then you will be able to strap on a pair of snowshoes and head out into a winter wonderland. It’s a perfect activity for the whole family, with snowshoes also available in kids’ sizes.
Dog-Friendly Snowshoe Trails
Dogs are not allowed in Lost Lake Park, but there are dog-friendly trails at Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country so you can take your best friend along. Dogs are also allowed on many of Whistler’s hiking trails.
Whistler Experience Guide Tours
Rainbow Falls Snowshoe Tour
Enjoy a beautiful snowshoe that ascends through the forest along 21 Mile Creek to the beautiful Rainbow Falls. We will be stopping at scenic points along the way. Meet in front of the Frontenac Ballroom located on the conference level. Moderate fitness level required. Remember to stay hydrated and wear comfortable footwear. We provide the snowshoes.
Train Wreck Snowshoe Tour
Enjoy a casual snowshoe along the glacier-fed Cheakamus River to the remains of a train derailment from the 1950’s. At the wreck there are 5 train cars scattered along the forest floor with massive Coastal evergreen trees that have grown around them. Some local artists have decorated the cars with amazing graffiti work. Great for a family hike. Moderate fitness level required. Please wear appropriate foot wear. Snowshoes are provided.
Lost Lake Snowshoe Tour
Get away from it all with a guided snow shoe tour around Lost Lake. Trek along our coastal rainforest to get unique viewpoints of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Meet in front of the Frontenac Ballroom located on the conference level. Moderate fitness level required. Remember to stay hydrated and wear appropriate footwear.
Trail passes are not included, and payable upon arrival at PassivHaus. Snowshoes will be provided.