Lost Lake Park
Situated around tranquil Lost Lake, this secluded park offers a sandy beach, pristine swimming, and nearly 100 kilometres of hiking and biking trails in the summer. In the winter, the park has 25 kilometres of cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails.
Lost Lake Park is accessible by the Valley Trail and within walking distance from Whistler Village. A free shuttle also runs from Whistler Village during July and August, as there is no parking at the park during these months.
- Sandy beach
- Grassy area
- Picnic tables
- Barbecue stands (bring your own barbecue)
- Swimming area
- Swimming docks
- Concession (open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. from July 1 to Labour Day, and weekends from June to September)
- Public washrooms and change areas
Lost Lake PassivHaus
The PassivHaus is a day lodge at the entrance to Lost Lake Park. It includes:
- A café
- Accessible washrooms
- Bike rentals, lessons, and guided tours in summer
- Cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals, lessons, and tours in the summer
- Lost Lake Cross Country trail pass sales
- Offices of Whistler Nordics and Whistler Offroad Cycling Association
- Rental space for meetings or events. Facilities and Parks Bookings.
Lost Lake – Summer
Lost Lake beach – is located 1.5 km (1 mile) from the PassivHaus on a modestly sloping gravel path and features a swim area, docks, accessible washrooms, a concession stand, and picnic tables. There is no lifeguard on duty, and the water can be cold!
- Walking time – approximately 15 minutes
- Biking time – approximately 8 minutes
Trails – All summer trails are multi-use (walking and biking) and multi-directional except for the nature trails marked “Walking only.”
- The main gravel path provides an easy walking/biking experience with little change in elevation.
- The 1.5 m wide (4 foot wide) forest trails offer a slightly harder walking/biking experience with gradual changes in elevation.
- The narrow Single track trails offer an intermediate hiking/biking experience with considerable changes in elevation and are marked with the Orange Whistler Valley Single Track sign. Trails.
Trail maps are located throughout the park with the first one past the main entrance on your right. Summer and winter pocket maps are available at map kiosks on major trail intersections and at Municipal Hall.
- Keep your dog on-leash, clean up after your dog, and deposit waste in available waste receptacles.
- Dogs are not permitted at Lost Lake beach.
- Dogs are welcome at “Canine Cove” 400 metres to the north of Lost Lake beach. Learn more about dogs in Whistler.
Disc Golf – The Whistler Disc Golf course is also located in Lost Lake Park. It can be best accessed through Spruce Grove Park, behind the field house.
Lost Lake - Winter
Trails – In winter, the Lost Lake 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 trails are not open to walkers or dogs in the winter.