Brought to you by the Resort Municipality of Whistler
Explore biodiversity on Whistler’s first accessible nature trail. Learn about bears, cedar trees, rivers and wetlands as you follow glacier-fed Fitzsimmons Creek.
This tour begins near the Lost Lake PassivHaus, and features seven interpretive panels along fairly flat terrain.
With its stable surface, this tour is accessible for all ages and abilities. Recommended from April to November (trail not maintained in winter).
Know Before You Go
- To find the starting point of the tour, click the Start Tour button below, and the Get Directions button will connect you with a map to find your way. The first point of the tour is an interpretive panel which can be found just off the Valley Trail, a short walk from the Lost Lake PassivHaus.
- If driving, the closest place to park your vehicle is day lots 4 or 5. However, we recommend leaving your car at home! The trail is within easy walking distance of Whistler Village, and transit stops for bus routes 5 and 8 are close by.
- Don’t forget to bring your camera and a water bottle, and pack out what you pack in
- This trail is best explored on foot, it is an accessible trail
- Please note there are no washrooms along the trail. The nearest public facilities are located at the Lost Lake PassivHaus or in Whistler Olympic Plaza
- Downloading this tour will take a small amount of data – consider downloading while connected to a wifi network to avoid data charges
- Bears are a beloved part of Whistler's environment and culture, and we want to keep them safe. Before your tour, please ensure you are familiar with Bear Smart tips (such as keeping a safe distance and not crowding) in case of an encounter along your route.