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Whistler Alpine Full Day Hike

The High Note Trail is the best advanced hiking experience on Whistler Mountain.

Whistler Alpine Full Day Hike

$340 per person
7 hours

The High Note Trail is the best advanced hiking experience on Whistler Mountain. Hikers will enjoy stunning views of Black Tusk, a striking volcanic spire that dominates the skyline, along with the almost glowing green of Cheakamus Lake. Your interpretive guide will explain the formation of the rock features that surround you, as well as the ecology of the high alpine meadows.

The trail descends through rugged terrain, then mellows to a rolling course back to Harmony Lake and the Roundhouse. Access is via the Blackcomb Gondola and impressive PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola to Whistler Mountain. From there the thrilling Peak Express chairlift takes you to the trailhead. After the hike download on the Whistler Gondola to the Village.

Learn about Whistler’s unique alpine flora, fauna and geology on a Private Guided Tour with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 8 participants per guide.

Private Guided tours are guaranteed exclusive, and include hotel pick-up and drop-off. Rates vary based on number of participants. Child pricing for 12 years and under.

A Summer Sightsee lift ticket that provides access to the Blackcomb Gondola, PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, Peak Chair and Whistler Gondola is included in all tour prices. 

All guests are required to sign a legal release of liability waiver before participation.

The tour normally commences at the beginning of July depending on when the snow melts on the trails. Please inquire about our alternative hikes in the spring when the alpine is still snow covered.

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  • Departure Time
  • Included
    Experienced Guide
    Lift Tickets
  • Not Included
    Bike Helmet
    Bike Lock
    Bottled Water
    Eco Race Bandana
    Equipment Rental
    Luxury Transportation
    Paddle Board
    PFD (Life Jacket)
    Trail Map

What to Bring / What to Wear

We recommend you wear comfortable clothing suitable for outdoor exercise and close-toed shoes suitable for hiking.


It's always a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket or an additional layer such as a warm sweater as the mountain weather can change quickly - even on sunny days! It's also a good idea to pack sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a snack and your camera!


We ask that you please bring your own reusable water bottle - we're working to reduce plastic waste. Did you know that Whistler has some of the cleanest and freshest tap water in the world? Our alpine-fresh water supply comes from beautiful Rainbow Lake which is fed by ancient glaciers. However, if you require, bottled water is available for purchase at our Village Office.

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