Lost Lake Park has an extensive network of multi-use hiking and biking trails maintained by the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
Hikers and beginner bikers will enjoy Lost Lake Loop, Panorama and Old Mill Road, and a variety of smooth gravel trails like Tin Pants, Molly Hogan, Gypsy Drum, Donkey Puncher, Tommy Moore and Hooktender.
Intermediate level and advanced mountain bikers will enjoy the challenge and excitement of the Zappa singletrack trails, including Fountain of Love, Pinocchio’s Furniture, Disco Boy, Dwarf Nebula, Packard Goose and the Grand Wazoo.
Each summer Whistler hosts the Ironman event and a small portion of Lost Lake trails may be effected during the event. Lost Lake Park and Trails are also home to a large variety of wildlife, including Western Toads and they have an annual migration during summer that may temporarily effect access via Lost Lake Road, the valley trail and Lost Lake Loop.
News: For intermediate and advanced mountain bikers, construction is underway to connect Jelly Roll Gum Drop and Central Scrutinizer within the Zappa signletrack trails. The new trail will be called Muffin Man and will be completed in the fall of 2018.
Trails are converted, along with golf cart paths of the two adjacent golf courses, to an extensive cross-country ski trail network maintained by the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
- Lost Lake Park features 25 kilometres of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, which are typically open from mid-December to the end of March. (The last day of cross-country ski area operations at Lost Lake will be April 1, 2018, weather dependent).
- The trails are not open to walkers, hikers, bikers, runners, or dogs in the winter.