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Glacier-capped peaks, lush coastal temperate rainforest and flower-filled alpine meadows are all in our backyard waiting to be explored. Select one of our tours to find out more.

Whistler Hiking Eco Tours

Whistler lies in the heart of the Coast Mountain Range – glacier-capped peaks, lush coastal temperate rainforest and flower-filled alpine meadows are all in our backyard waiting to be explored. WET offers hiking options to suit any age and ability. Our tour options include short interpretive nature walks like our Nature Walk or Train Wreck Adventure, moderate rainforest walks such as our Ancient Cedars Hike or Rainforest Walk or full-day adventures with your very own Private Hiking Guide

 

All tours include round-trip transportation from our village office location or select Whistler accommodations.

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Whistler Eco Tours must-do!

Ancient Cedars Hike

$149.99 / per person
Visit centuries-old Ancient Cedars - some of the largest and oldest trees on the planet.

Bear Awareness Tour

$149.99 / per person
Visit a bear denning site and learn about Whistler’s black bears.
Whistler Eco Tours nature-lovers

Nature Walk

$109.99 / per person
Walk the nature trails of the Lost Lake area
Whistler Eco Tours private

Private Hiking Guide

$259.99 / per person
Hire your own private guide to explore Whistler’s exceptional hiking destinations.
Whistler Eco Tours nature-lovers

Rainforest Walk

$159.99 / per person
Hike under a canopy of Ancient Cedars to the sparkling glacier-fed waters of Cheakamus Lake.

Train Wreck Adventure

$129.99 / per person
Visit Whistler's famous abandoned Train Wreck of 1956
Whistler Eco Tours family-friendly

Waterfall Explorer

$149.99 / per person
Experience the breathtaking waterfalls and magnificent views of Nairn Falls.
Whistler Eco Tours spectacular scenery

Whistler Alpine

$199.99 / per person
Hike through flower-filled meadows high above the Whistler Valley.