Lucille Lake Loop
A popular spot with locals, the Lucille Lake Loop is a quiet hiking route southwest of Whistler that travels around the forested edge of this quaint lake. Made up of easy-to-navigate terrain and beautiful scenery, this is a fun trail that the whole family will love. Make sure to bring bear spray, as bears and/or cougars may be in the area.
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Route Description for Lucille Lake Loop
The Lucille Lake Loop is a scenic hiking route southwest of Whistler that sets out from the banks of the Cheakamus River and follows closely along the wooded shores of the lake through a beautiful stretch of forest. Along the trail, you will be able to take in the peaceful atmosphere of the woodland landscape, while viewing the beautiful scenery around the lake and nearby mountains in the backdrop.
This short hike traverses some fairly flat terrain, making it ideal for families and beginner hikers. For those looking to extend their hike, there are trails that stretch north and leaf to the scenic shores of the much larger Daisy Lake nearby.
Getting to the Lucille Lake Loop Trailhead
To reach the parking area for the Lucille Lake Loop from Whistler, drive south on BC-99 for 26.5 km and turn right onto Chance Creek FSR. After crossing the bridge over the Cheakamus River, you will immediately reach the parking lot.
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