Enjoy Lost Lake Park beach and biking and hiking trails in summer, and cross country skiing or snowshoeing on Lost Lake Nordic Trails during the winter months with over 25 km of trails to explore and discover. In the summer, Lost Lake Park is open from dawn until dusk.
Address: 4700 Lost Lake Road, Whistler BC
Getting to Lost Lake Park
Operated by BC Transit, the Route 8 - Lost Lake Park Free Shuttle runs daily from June 19 through Labour Day, 11 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. between the Gondola Transit Exchange and Lost Lake Park. For more information, visit bctransit.com/whistler.
Cruise to Lost Lake Park via two-wheels via the paved Valley Trail. A Valley Trail map can be found at whistler.ca/ValleyTrail. Don't have a bike? Don't worry. You can rent Valley Trail bikes from many of Whistler's rental shops.
Take advantage of secure bike (and gear) parking at Lost Lake Park starting June 18 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays. For hours of operation and information on how the bike valet works, visit whistler.ca/BikeParking.
Lost Lake parking lot is restricted to a five minute drop off zone between 10:45 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. from Saturday, June 19 through Monday, September 6, 2021.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler has expanded the food services offered in the parks, by adding pop-up vendors and delivery to the existing Whistler parks food truck program.
Park Eats runs from May 21 to September 12, 2021. Offerings include crepes, gelato, pizza, burgers, kombucha, sandwiches, salads and more! Visitors to the parks can experience this authentic Whistler food and beverage at lakeside locations, such as Alpha Lake Park, Lakeside Park, Lost Lake Park, Meadow Park and Rainbow Park. Delivery is available at eight of our parks from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Portobello. To learn more and to view the schedule and locations, visit whistler.ca/ParkEats.
The food concession at Passiv Haus is open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. from July 1 to Labour Day, and weekends from June to September.
Watch out for our helpful Park Hosts wearing red shirts who can provide you with resort information, wayfinding assistance, COVID-19 guidance and park amenity information. Our Park Hosts will be travelling by bike throughout our parks on weekends and statutory holidays. Wave them down and say hello.
Park etiquette & rules
Reduce the waste: Pack in what you pack out, bring your own reusable plates, cutlery and cups, use the in-park waste, recycling, compost receptacles.
Share the space: Be conscientious of the space you use – limit your items to the size of a blanket if possible. Refrain from playing sports around lots people. Do not erect tents (the use of pegs are against the Parks Bylaw) as it impedes line of sight, takes up a lot of space and can damage irrigation lines.
Know the fire danger: When Whistler’s fire danger rating is high, the use briquette barbeques are prohibited at Whistler parks and open spaces. This fire danger rating is also important to note when considering campfires.
Bring a life jacket and whistle: Canadian law requires anyone paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking or using an inflatable boat to have the right safety gear. The only exception is if you are floating in a swimming area at one of the parks. The Conservation Officer Service is actively doing patrols. Non-compliance may result in a $230 fine for each missing item. Learn more about Transport Canada’s Canada Shipping Act – Small Vessel Regulations: https://tc.canada.ca/sites/default/files/migrated/tp_511e.pdf
- Dogs are not permitted at Lost Lake Park beach (Canine Cove is a designated off-leash area at Lost Lake). For more information on dog friendly areas visit whistler.ca/dogs.
- Smoking and consumption of alcohol are not permitted
- Camping and campfires are not permitted
- Slacklining is not permitted using trees
- There is no lifeguard on duty, and the water can be cold.