Dive into your summer adventure with these Iceland and  Canada tours!


You’ll glide along the natural wildlife tracks of these beautiful mountains while exploring the entire valley and seeking out its most beautiful natural wonders. It’s an experience you’ll never forget!


  • Experiencing the natural beauty of the scenic mountains during different seasons and at your own speed
  • Grabbing a map and exploring the area’s hiking trails on your own
  • Considering joining a proper hiking group and meeting new friends
  • Riding the Peak-to-Peak Gondola for easy of access to the majestic Alpine trails on the Whistler range and Blackcomb Mountain
  • Viewing the Mountain Hours of Operation to check the status of the Alpine trails

Whistler is highly regarded as the perfect area for hiking as well as snowshoeing. You will come across some of the most scenic trails and lakes around – including the Frank Trail, Parkhurst Ghost Town, Cheakamus River, Rainbow Falls, and so much more. With so many natural attractions, you’re sure to have a great time outdoors.  

When the snow cover on most of the area’s mountain ranges starts melting at the beginning of the summer season, Whistler becomes a hikers’ paradise. It features an impressive network of wild paths and trails that allow visitors to enjoy the scenic beauty all around. At the same time, it also allows hikers to indulge in a myriad of recreational activities – including picnicking, camping, swimming, and so much more.  

  • Personal Experience
  • Trusted Tour Operator
  • Small group
  • Expert guides
Availability May - Oct
Duration 4 / 8 hours
Departs From Whistler, BC
Difficulty Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Meet on Location Yes
Pick Up No


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What's included


  • Expert guide

What to bring

  • Small backpack/daypack (25-35 litres)
  • Hiking boots or sturdy walking shoes with grippy tread
  • Weatherproof shell jacket (preferably water resistant, with a hood)
  • Water 1ltr-1.5ltr
  • Lunch and snacks 1000-3000 total calories min (aim to have extra)
  • Sunglasses, cap/toque/hat
  • Sunscreen, insect repellent
  • Hiking poles
  • Light gloves
  • Long pants and an extra top layer (long sleeve or short sleeve in case of sudden weather change such as hot/cold)
  • Extra socks
  • Camera/SmartPhone
  • Personal items or medication you require

Not Included

  • Pick up from your hotel
  • Meals

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hikers walking towards a pine forest in the mountains in canada at summer

Whistler Village in BC is situated at the foot of Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain. The entire region boasts world-famous Alpine hiking trails and breathtaking views around every corner. The trails can be easily accessed with the help of the gondola. With our tour package, you can choose from family-friendly short trails on wider paths for a relaxing yet adventurous experience.

The Sea to the Sky area of the Whistler region is one of the most beautiful walking and hiking trails in the world. Here, you can come across spectacular panoramic Alpine views, while exploring hidden trails and stunning glaciers. Let us help you to indulge in a rejuvenating experience while visiting the most famous areas of Whistler, BC. You can experience the natural beauty of this amazing corner of the world at an enjoyable and relaxing pace. Gain access to the backcountry and iconic viewpoints with the help of the network of beautiful hiking trails – including breathtaking turquoise lakes, splendid waterfalls, meandering meadows, fascinating ecosystems, and lush forests.  

Our exclusive day hikes are designed to suit your adventure preferences. For those who are seeking a highly luxurious journey to those looking for amazing natural sights, this tour package is perfect for all types of travelers. 


Ancient Cedars Trail – 5km, 150m gain (2.5-3hrs) – 10km drive.

ParkHust Ghost Town – 6km, 150m gain (2.5-3hrs) – 8km drive.

Train Wreck – 5km, 114m gain (2-3hrs) – 10km drive.

Stawamus River and Shannon Falls – 1-4km, 20m gain (2.5-3hrs). In Squamish, 55km drive.


Brandywine Falls Lava Lake Loop – 9km, 44m gain (2.5-3hrs) – 20km drive

Cheakamus Lake – 6-14km, 150m gain (2.5-4hrs) – 16km drive

Half Note Trail – 3.2km, 136m gain (1-2.5hrs) – Walking distance, WB gondola lift pass required

Brohm Lookout Loop – 8.4km, 159m gain (2.5-4hrs) – Near Squamish, 44km drive


High Note Trail – 10km, 258m gain (3-5hrs). Walking distance, WB Gondola lift pass required.

Brandywine Meadows – 6-8km, 156m gain (3-5hrs). 20km drive, high clearance AWD preferred.

Joffre Lakes – 6-8km, 156m gain (3-5hrs). 20km drive, high clearance AWD preferred.

Stawamus River and Shannon Falls – 1-4km, 20m gain (2.5-3hrs). In Squamish, 55km drive.


Rainbow Lake – 16km, 850m gain (4-6hrs). 9km drive.

Brew Lake – 8-10km, 745m gain (3-5hrs). 22km drive.


Garibaldi Lake Trail – 20km, 904m gain (6-9hrs). 28km drive.

Brandywine Ridge – 15km, 1268m gain + scramble option (5-8hrs). 20km drive, high clearance AWD preferred.


Wedgemount Lake – 14km, 1145m gain (8-10hrs). Drive 12km, high clearance preferred.

Iceberg Lake – 15-20km, 860-1100m gain (6-9hrs). Drive 8km.

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