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Level: Intermediate
Length: 1.7 mi (2.8 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +21/ -10 ft
Total: 43 riders

Mountain Biking Lost Lake Doubletrack

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#20 of 1,379 mountain bike trails in British Columbia
#2,258 in the world

Lost Lake Doubletrack is a quick, easy way to get from Whistler Village to the Zappa Trails.

First added by stmpwr on Jun 21, 2007. Last updated Jan 10, 2021. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Accross the street from the Whistler/Blackcomb parking area. Follow the valley trail past the skate park and intermediate bike training area. Cross under a bridge and over the next bridge and you'll see the lost lake area. Start up the trail and immediately you'll see Tin-Pants. Enter the Single track there and a quickly turn left onto Peaches and the fun starts.
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  • justin70

    A good sized area of trails. Many wide, easy and family friendly roads (for XC skiing in winter) cross the area.
    Then, between main trails are singletrack thought the forest - containing rocks, roots and man made bridges. Quite challenging at times.

    The trail network is a bit difficult to navigate, with ski and bike signs being intermingled but not always present at all junctions.
    A good starting route is to follow the orange diamonds of the "suggested route".

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  • A_Mad_Poodle

    This is one of my all time favorite trail networks! It has many trails ranging from difficult to easy. Evey singletrack crosses the main fire roads at least every mile so if you do not like the trail, you can ride the fire road for a few seconds and almost instantly find another trail! And I have been riding for a while now all over southern California(I know, no where near Whistler, thats where I go for vacations) and I have never seen views as beutiful as Whistler's!

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  • Tall

    This is a great intermediate trail for Whistler. It has a great mix of technical climbs and decsents, ladder bridges and skinnies, and buff swoopy sections. The trail can be a fast 30 to 40 minute ride from end to end or a 2 hour ride depending on how you connect the trails together within Lost Lake Park. Every year the trail network gets better in Lost Lake Park because more sections are added by the municipality's trail builders.

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