It was completely frozen but very slippery and not thick enough to walk upon, yet magical in its own way and a great reason to hike ten minutes in the snow to have a look at
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Pretty area. Nice walking path. With or without snow shoes. The cross country skiing looked great. Parking is a bit of an issue. No parking on street, although there were at least a dozen cars parked there. We did not get a ticket, but it...More
So serene and tranquil this place is. The paths are plenty as is the view of the lake and surrounding nature. The trails are well kept and the entire nature feel is preserved and well groomed.
Having been recommended the walking trail to Lost Lake by the very helpful visitors centre, we parked our car and set off. The trails are all well marked and the walk is very easy. When we got there we realised we should have brought our...More
Must do walking loop around the lost lake in Whistler - located in the middle of nowhere but still close enough for a comfortable walk from the town.
Many tourists miss out on Lost lake loop trails during their visit to Whistler. The trails are well maintained both in the summer, for mountain biking, and winter, for snowshoeing. There are some really great green and blue runs - great for mountain bike beginners...More
loved the privacy of this quaint lake, beautiful views! water temperature is perfect for swimming. You can take the bike trails or park there for free....great dog park, lots of friendly people.....lots of young people, some kids.....
We left Riverside campground for a short hike for a couple of hours. Within an hour and half Walking up through the woods we reached the beautiful Lost Lake. Calm and breathtaking ! Totally worth it !walking back down we took another path and 6...More