Molly Hogan Trail
Hiking the Molly Hogan Trail in Whistler, BC, is a fun experience that will take you through a dense network of hiking routes to visit two picturesque lakes. This trail features a variety of terrain, including dense forests and an initial stretch of trail in a more urban area. The hike highlights are the viewpoints where hikers can look out over the tranquil waters of Green and Lost Lakes.
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Route Description for Molly Hogan Trail
The Molly Hogan Trail is a moderate hiking route in Whistler that sets out from Meadow Park and skirts around the southern shore of Green Lake before turning south on a path to Lost Lake. With a route that passes by two scenic lakes, this hike is hardly short on amazing views; however, the initial portion of the hike does pass through some urban areas, making it the least-enjoyable part of the hike.
After passing by the turquoise waters of Green Lake, the route turns south and cuts through a forested area that has a dense network of hiking and mountain bike trails. It is best to keep a trail map or GPS handy for this section, to stay on the main trail. Eventually, the trail will loop around the eastern side of Lost Lake, a small but picturesque body of water that is popular with local residents. For the level of effort required to complete it, this intermediate-length hiking route is full of amazing sights and should make it onto your list if you are hiking in the Whistler area.
Getting to the Molly Hogan Trail Trailhead
To reach the Molly Hogan trailhead from Village Gate Boulevard in Whistler, drive north on BC-99 for 3.5 km and turn left to enter the parking area at the Meadow Park Sports Centre.
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