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Hike – Cheakamus Lake

Because there is minimal elevation gain (under 300m) the Cheakamus Lake hike is less impactful on our precious joints. This makes it an ideal choice for those who want to embark on a more leisurely hike, or those with mild knee issues.

You will experience a feeling of calm whilst hiking to Cheakamus Lake – the area’s towering mountains around you and the lush forest and the beautiful turquoise of the lake. Simply beautiful.

No hiking experience is needed but a moderate fitness level is advisable. You should be able to walk up to 10kms (6.2 miles) without difficulty.
Take a deep breath, disconnect from the hectic reality of life, and let our certified hiking guide help you feel totally refreshed!

Location: Cheakamus Lake, Whistler, BC.

Time: 10am (from Vancouver)

Note: This event will go ahead rain or shine unless the trail is deemed unsafe

This is for you if...

  • You are newer to hiking and would like to start with less incline
  • You want to feel the benefits of "Nature Therapy"
  • You want to share a hike with a small group of likeminded individuals
  • You have ever been nervous about being the "slow one"

What to expect...

  • A leisurely non-rushed hike
  • Peaceful walk through forest, no major hills, a great beginner level hike.
  • A feeling of being among friends
  • Connecting with locals and a community of like minded people.

What's Included...

  • Certified Guide
  • Transportation from Vancouver (or Squamish)
  • Park Permits
  • First Aid Kit, Bear Spray, Satellite Communication
  • Pre/Post Hike Snacks & Beverages
  • Hiking Poles


  • Approx. 7.5hrs2-3hrs in the trail subject to hiking pace

What to Bring...

  • Water & a Packed Lunch
  • Good Hiking Footwear & a Backpack
  • Layered Clothing
  • Sun Screen
  • Towel & Swimmers (If you're feeling so bold)
  • Camera
Trail Stats
  • Park: Garibaldi
  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner
  • Elevation Gain: 280m
  • Average Hike Duration:  7km | ~1.5-3hrs (can be extended into a longer hike)
  • Terrain: Well marked trail, not technical, could be muddy in spots, occasionally fallen trees to get around