Super, natural British Columbia didn’t get its name for a few nice trails and reservoirs. No, this Canadian province boasts its azure mountain peaks and lush forests with every right. Around each corner is a new view spectaculaire, and at the end of every trail is probably an equally-spectacular gem.
So go outside and get lost for a bit, why don’t-cha?
Right near the heart of Whistler (where many of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games were played), you can take a leisure walk down Valley Trail through the evergreens to Lost Lake, a fantastic spectacle of natural beauty. The backdrop magnificently displays Mt. Whistler with the calm waters edge below. Leisure seating is available on the sand in this pristine, secluded cove.
Less than a two hour trip, visiting for summer holiday or fall retreat, venture outside the town into the grandeur of Whistler’s largest reserve, Lost Lake Park. Occupied by the Coast Salish First Nations until fir trappers and fly fishers arrived in the late 1800s, it’s known for winter sporting activities across the globe.