Ski Trails

Lost Lake Park ski trail network

Lost Lake’s 25 km trail network is groomed and maintained throughout the ski season by the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Tracks are set for classic skiing and rolled for skate technique, for the most part throughout the area. Night skiing is also available under the lights until 8 PM. [see map]

Lost Lake Ski Trails:

  • Lost Lake Loop 1.8 km – Easy. Lit at night until 8 PM.
  • Lost Lake Loop (full) 4.0 km – Includes lake loop.
  • Centennial 2.2 km – A fun roller coaster ride.
  • Vimy Ridge 0.6 km – Side trail with views.
  • Cedar Way 0.5 km – Flat, quick access to hut.
  • Beach Cut 0.3 km – Lake edge to Lost Lake Loop
  • Old Mill Road 2.0 km – Connects northern routes.
  • Upper Panorama 1.2 km – Uphill with great views.
  • Lower Panorama 2.0 km – Popular intermediate trail rolling through a cedar and fir forest.

 Chateau Whistler Ski Trails:

  • Upper Fairway 2.3 km – Gradual climb with views.
  • Black Loop 2.3 km – Strenuous uphill connector.
  • Poler’s Road 2.4 km – Big uphill.

Review the current status of the Lost Lake trail conditions and grooming report.

Current weather at Whistler:

And if you’d like to chime in with your own great experiences on any of the trails, add them below.

10 Responses to Ski Trails

  1. Goldie says:

    Hi Roberto
    You are able to bring a child XC Polk or Chariot Carrier on the ski trails. We rent these for $20/day.
    The snowshoe trails are too rough for these types of carriers.
    Hopefully this helps,

  2. Josh says:

    Are dogs alllowed on the trails? Thanks.

    • Goldie says:

      No, dogs are not allowed in Lost Lake Park but there is a multi-use trail being groomed by the Municipality from Nicklaus North to Rainbow Park free of use to all where dogs are welcome. Woof!

  3. Erika says:

    Do you need a skipass to do cross country skiis around lost lake? If you need it, how much is it for a day?

  4. Denise U says:

    Are conditions still good in April for cross country skiing and snowshoeing?

  5. brian says:

    Good news on the daily trail report. It is now available online, updated each morning. Here is the link:

  6. brian says:

    Great question, and yes, we are working with the municipality to work out a way to publish or share the daily grooming report on this web site. You can always ask the municipality by phone or drop by PassivHaus and ask us in person for details on this morning’s grooming.
    We hope to have this extra feature added soon. In the mean time, this is from the relevant FAQ page on the site:
    The Lost Lake cross-country staff do their utmost to keep our guests informed of trail conditions, weather and special events. Call 604-935-PLAY and press 2 to hear an updated daily message. Conditions are updated by 8:00 a.m. every day. If you need to speak to someone in person, please call Cross Country Connection at (604) 905-0071 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

  7. brian says:

    The ski trails are closed after 8 PM, regardless of lighting. The grooming equipment is active on the trails after that time, so come back when we open in the morning to enjoy the freshly groomed trails.

  8. Ingo Lemme says:

    Can you ski on the trails after 8 PM, with a headlamp?

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