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Lost Lake Park (Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane photo)

Lost Lake Park (Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane photo)

Parks in Whistler range from flat and family-friendly to rocky, steep and wild. 

Within Whistler Village, Lost Lake Park is the location for summer and winter fun. Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is a pleasant stroll through a mixed species forest and Nairn Falls Provincial Park showcases a thundering waterfall through a steep-walled canyon. 

Garibaldi Provincial Park is the place for backcountry hiking and walk-in campsites allo. Walk-in campsites allow for overnight hiking trips.

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Alice Lake Provincial Park - Squamish

Off Hwy 99
Squamish, British Columbia
V8B 0X3
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Alice Lake is surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests & grassy areas. There are 4 freshwater lakes which dominate the landscape & make swimming & fishing very enjoyable pastimes. Various hiking trails offer leisure strolls to experienced hikers.

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Garibaldi Provincial Park - Squamish

Off Hwy 99
Squamish, British Columbia
V8W 9M9
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Located in the heart of the Coast Mountains, 70 km north of Vancouver. Offering over 90 km of established hiking trails. One of the favourite year round destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. Offers five access routes; varying difficulty levels for hikers.

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Shannon Falls Provincial Park - Squamish

Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs rising 335 m above Hwy 99, making it the third highest falls in the province. This park provides picnicking, hiking & access to the trail into Stawamus Chief Provincial Park.

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Stawamus Chief Provincial Park - Squamish

Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

This park protects massive granite cliffs & provides rock climbing opportunities of international significance. The park also offers opportunities for camping, hiking & scenic viewing atop the Chief with rewarding views of Howe Sound, Squamish & surrounding areas.

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