Lost Lake Trails
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Whistler Lost Lake Park trails network. Lots of mountain bike rides close to Whistler village. The focus of the park is, as one might guess: the Lake. Lost is the one of the first swimmin’ holes to warm up in the spring and offers everything from a sandy family beach, to a “doggy” beach and just far enough away, the nudie dock, in case you forgot your bathing suit.
The layout is anchored by a network of double track cross-country ski trails with a progression to newly constructed green level, crush surfaced single-tracks like Molly Hogan and Tin Pants and further to more natural intermediate trails like the Zappa Trails: Peaches en Regailia, Dynamo Hum etc.
The new trails are all named, signed and tend to be a little easier, often providing welcome uphill options. The most interesting and difficult rides are the original old school paths many of which have been compromised, segmented by the new trail construction, go unsigned and tend to be a little more rugged but are gems. Keep your eyes peeled for the roads less traveled and try them out. Most everything can be ridden in either direction.
The closest entry point from the Village is at the northeast corner of the skier’s parking lot. If you’re coming from the north, the best access is behind the Nicklaus North Golf Club, and over the Fitzsimmons Creek Bridge.
Double Track cross-country ski trails
Very Easy surfaced single track
Easy and Intermediate single track
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