Night Walk in Whistler BC
Legend has it there was a long-lost trail hidden between the trees that led to a secret valley where stardust falls from the sky. Moment Factory and The Adventure Group proudly present a twilight expedition that takes you on a journey retracing the footsteps of two bold travellers who uncovered the secret wonders of the woods. Start your adventure in pursuit of this local legend which many have called Whistler’s most unforgettable experience.
What to Bring
- Hiking shoes
- Bug repellant
- Clothing for the weather
- Spirit of wonder
- Hike in awe and wonder along this 1.5 km trail between Cougar and Rainbow mountains.
- Bring extra layers for evening hikes, the weather can be cold.
- Use your camera to capture those unforgettable moments and memories (no flash photography).
Choose Your Adventure
- Can I bring my camera?
You can and you should bring a camera to document your journey. However, flash photography is not permitted.
- When can I go on a Night Walk?
Night Walks are available during the spring and summer seasons. The trails usually close in mid-October.
- Can I bring my kids?
Your kids will love this adventure. There are special prices for children 5 to 15 years old and children 5 and under are free.
- What can I expect to see on the Night Walk?
Unfortunately, the enchantments of the forest must be discovered for yourself. No words can capture this luminescent journey for this legendary adventure.
- How long is the Night Walk?
You’ll be taken along a 1.5 km route through the mysteries trail filled with wonder. It may take between 50 to 80 minutes to hike the entire trail and transportation takes 2 hours to find its hidden location.
- How do I get there and is there parking?
There is no parking. If you bring your own vehicle, you can park at Whistler Village Day Lots. If you prefer, there is a free shuttle service from Gondola Transit Exchange or Blackcomb Daylodge.
- Can I bring my pets?
Pets are not permitted on site.
- Is there alcohol available?
The Night Walk has a strict zero-tolerance alcohol and drug policy.
- Will there be strobe lights?
Yes. Strobe light effects are used during the Night Walk adventure. If you suffer from epilepsy or affected by visual light stimulation effect, you are advised to contact the ranger staff prior to participating on the walk.