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Private Experiences

Discover the beauty of Whistler with our exclusive Private Guided Experiences. These activities will offer guided hiking adventures that will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the region. Led by experienced local experts, our hiking routes unveil awe inspiring vistas, vibrant ecosystems, and secret gems tucked away in Whistler’s landscape. Embark on a personalized journey and let the adventure begin.

Ancient Cedars Hike trail

Ancient Cedars

At just under five kilometers round trip, this trail is much shorter and requires considerably less climbing – yet it takes you to a mystical place. The trailhead begins by Cougar Mountain just north of Whistler. Eventually, the trail leads you to the Ancient Cedars Loop. This is the real treasure: a meandering stroll among a grove of truly majestic trees. Take your time as you work your way along the path – there are climbable trees and photo ops galore. These are some of the oldest trees in the Whistler area, and they are truly remarkable.

Cheakamus Lake

Located in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Cheakamus Lake is one of the few Whistler area hikes that doesn’t require you to climb up a mountain, but that still offers a tantalizing prize for your efforts. The trail to the lake is relatively flat, non-technical, and well-marked, making it a good bet for hikers of all levels. This out-and-back hike totals approximately eight kilometers (return) with little in the way of elevation. The trail takes you past a river and along the lake to a spectacular lookout point – the perfect place to grab a bite before retracing your steps back.

Rainbow Lake hike

Rainbow Lake

Rainbow Lake, is a hike that offers just about the best of everything. The well-maintained trail starts on the west side of Alta Lake in Whistler, climbing 850 meters steadily over eight kilometers (16 kilometers return) through the woods, along creeks and a waterfall, over bridges, and past bogs. Perfect for a day hike.

Crater Rim

The Crater Rim Trail is located in the Whistler Interpretive Forest and loops around Loggers Lake passing several scenic views and through a beautiful forest. Loggers Lake is situated in an extinct volcano and the Crater Rim Trail passes around the upper ridges that surround the lake. The start of the trail, goes uphill towards Loggers Lake as it quickly gains elevation. Along the way, there are several views that look back down towards the valley.

Three people hiking along the top of a mountain during sunset

Build Your Own Experience

Custom-make your adventure. Is there a hike you have always wanted to explore in Whistler? We can help make that dream a reality. For a truly personalized experience, work with our team to craft an excursion that is just right for you.