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Accessed by Bumpy Forestry Road

The Road: The trailhead is reachable by 2 wheel drive, but it's slow going and better if you have a... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
KellyNagle
Some really neat old trees in there

The trees in here are some of the biggest i've seen in the Whistler area. Very unique spot and... read more

Reviewed July 30, 2018
Al M
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

In just over two hours, not to demanding but the first k or so does make you sweat because of the steepness. Very beautifull hike, well directioned with signs and when you arrive at the ancient cedars some usefull information about them. Beware of the...More

Thank Cas T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Road: The trailhead is reachable by 2 wheel drive, but it's slow going and better if you have a truck. 4x4 not necessary, but will definitely help you get up the road - higher clearance vehicle is a good idea. The city's list of...More

Thank KellyNagle
Reviewed August 9, 2018 via mobile

This beautiful forest and its atmospheric grove of massive ancient trees is well worth a visit, it’s about a 20 min drive from central Whistler village. To get to the site you face a drive up a 2 mile steep service track, which is very...More

1  Thank traveller_constant
Reviewed July 30, 2018

The trees in here are some of the biggest i've seen in the Whistler area. Very unique spot and fairly easy to get to. The road in to the trail can be quite challenging for cars, SUVs/Trucks will have no issues. Bring lots of bug...More

2  Thank Al M
Reviewed July 1, 2018

Overall, I liked the hike. The road up to the bottom of the trail was much rougher than I'd thought from reading descriptions. Our main mistake was not taking bug spray as the mesquitos were all over us. Other than that, it was all good....More

Thank Caratach
Reviewed June 25, 2018 via mobile

This would’ve been a nice little hike for some light uphill exercise as it wasn’t too strenuous, and the ancient cedars at the end of the trail are indeed magnificent, but we spent almost the entire length of the trail trying to run away from/fight...More

1  Thank drwanderlust
Reviewed June 25, 2018

The Ancient Cedars Loop is one of Whistler's prime hiking attractions. It is accessed from Highway 99 going north taking the left turn off onto the 16 mile forestry service road indicated by the sign "Cougar Mountain", which will be visible just past the north...More

1  Thank lldekker
Reviewed June 9, 2018

This was a short hike and climb through a tranquil forest. The drive up to the parking lot on a forest road was dicey, rocky and pitted, but we managed to make it there in our van. Lovely creek and surroundings along the way made...More

1  Thank sickntiredis
Reviewed December 3, 2017

This road is a service road, which means it isn't a smooth and carefree drive. You will put your defensive driving skills to use on the trek to the parking area for the hike. Hold on to your seat and be prepared for an adventure....More

Thank KeKeGram
Reviewed October 11, 2017

The logging road to get here is pretty hairy, but once you arrive, this is an incredibly well-signposted and maintained trail. It is a lovely walk through the woods; gentle incline on the way to the cedars grove. Once there, there are some interesting plaques...More

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eliasdamas
July 20, 2015|
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Response from Ngm888 | Reviewed this property |
The large ones are cedar trees.
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dcwdmw
May 7, 2015|
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Response from Preston S | Reviewed this property |
That might be a bit tuff or a much longer walk/hike
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