1. Hiking Iceberg Lake and the Squamish Smoke Bluffs
We posted two new trail guides to the website in August (bringing the current total number of guides to 115)!
Iceberg Lake is a popular day-hike in Whistler. The hike up to Iceberg Lake follows 19 Mile Creek, which originates at Iceberg Lake. The 19 Mile Creek Trail is scenic and climbs through a beautiful forest. Along the way, you get views of Green Lake and pass by several waterfalls before emerging into a beautiful meadow.
This is all before reaching Iceberg Lake itself. The lake sits below Rainbow Glacier and Rainbow Mountain, and remains partially frozen deep into the summer.
Read the full Iceberg Lake trail guide here.
Smoke Bluffs Park
The Squamish Smoke Bluffs Park has a network of trails used to access different rock-climbing routes. There are over 400 granite climbing routes within the park! But the trails within the Smoke Bluffs also make for a fantastic hike.
Smoke Bluffs Park, established in 2006, has scenic and peaceful trails which offer great lookouts over Squamish and Howe Sound.
Read the full Smoke Bluffs Park guide here.