A summer adventure list for Whistler, British Columbia

With the sun setting on warmer weather and as the snow starts to fall in the mountains, here’s a few short and sweet little missions in the Whistler area that we enjoyed this summer for your bucket list next year!

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Skywalk trail – en route to Iceberg Lake (Rainbow Mountain)
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At Iceberg Lake, Skywalk Trail
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Looking up on Rainbow Mountain on Skywalk Trail
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Cirque Lake. (PS… BRRR) Paddle across Callaghan Lake and hike the steep 2km trail to Cirque.
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A day trip exploring the trails on Whistler Mountain. Take the Gondola to the top and choose your own adventure!
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Matthews Traverse, Whistler Mountain
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Whistler Mountain
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Walk out and enjoy an afternoon at the Spit on Green Lake. Take the valley trail to make a whole afternoon of it.
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Explore the Soo River Forest Service Road. So many neat little spots to stop for a picnic.
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Soo River FSR
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Soo River FSR
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Soo River FSR
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Paddle across Green Lake to a secret dock
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Green Lake
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Green Lake

Honestly, that was just a few – we can’t give away all of our spots, but those of some of my favourite in summer.

Like I said, how lucky are we? Whistler is a playground – for so many different types of people! Saying goodbye to summer is hard – but then again, I think I’m ready for some snow!

Bring it on, winter.

-Emventurer

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