s.src = u + '?v=' + (+new Date()); Directions: The Gin & Tonic Suspension Bridge near Rainbow Lake in Whistler. Added bonus is the nearby Raven’s Eye Cliff Walk with 360-degree views of the area. Logger's Lake is a beautifully hidden paradise for swimming, fishing, sightseeing and relaxing. Helm Creek is another campground that branches off from the Cheakamus Lake trail at 1.5 kilometres. Location: Ladner Creek Trestle, Siwash Creek Rd, Yale, BC V0K 2S0. Cheakamus Lake has two very nice, wilderness campsites(pay to use). Riverside and Suspension Bridge Loop:A great 5km loop follows this summer hiking/biking trail along the Cheakamus River. We walked along the trail till we reached a suspension bridge across the raging river. From the Valleyview outlook, we walked back along the Cheakamus Lake road approx 500 m, turned left at the suspension bridge sign, crossed the river over the suspension bridge (see photo) and came back westward on the south side of the river. Turn south, towards Cheakamus Crossing (the athletes village that was built for the 2010 Olympics, now private homes). On the Farside trail along Cheakamus River you can connect to Cheakamus Road(gravel road) and hike 6 kilometres up to the Cheakamus Lake trailhead. We reserve the right to remove comments or any other content we deem unacceptable in our sole discretion, including removing user names and profile pictures. No fires are allowed in Whistler's Interpretive Forest as the danger of forest fires is very high. Cheakamus River gauge at the pedestrian suspension bridge upstream of the Cheakamus River-­‐Culliton Creek confluence; estimates of flow over 81 m³/s are based on extrapolation of the rating curve beyond the highest gauged discharge. You can drive further along this gravel road and find another parking area just steps from the Riverside trail and within earshot of the crashing Cheakamus River. We stopped at There is of course, excellent pay use campsites at Cheakamus Lake. The suspension bridge connects trails on the east and west side of the Cheakamus River. This zone is also more evergreen rather than deciduous, it is a stirring place to find solitude and enjoy autumn in all her glory. The only drawback to this hostel is its location, as it is 8 kilometres south of Whistler Village, though on a regular bus route. In 1956, a speeding train derailed just south of Whistler. As mentioned above, the Cal-Cheak Campground and Whistler RV Park & Campground are good options for pay camping. The Whistler Interpretive Forest trailhead parking just off the Sea to Sky Highway is large, easy to find and adjacent to the Sea to Sky trail. The difficulty with this job was in access, which was only available via the trail. Whistler RCMP find missing paddler's kayak in Cheakamus River. Take the logging road up the west side of the river. The Cloudraker Skybridge at the top of Whistler Peak. Located next to the vehicle/pedestrian bridge over the river, this is where the Farside and Riverside trails meet. Cheakamus River Walk - Whistler Interpretive Forest Total Distance: 6 km. Continuing straight takes you along the left side of Cheakamus River and taking the right fork follows the opposite side. You can also now purchase our photos and drone footage! Whistler is amazing for snowshoeing! BONUS. Logger’s Lake is a beautiful, hidden hidden paradise for swimming. Logger's Lake is an amazing little lake hidden up in the deep forest above Cheakamus River. Cross the bridge and return to the starting point on the opposite side. Flickr photos, groups, and tags related to the "cheakamus" Flickr tag. The Capilano Suspension Bridge does have an admission fee but it gives visitors a great experience on what the Pacific Northwest rainforests are like without requiring hiking gear or having to venture deep into the backcountry. From the Valleyview outlook, we walked back along the Cheakamus Lake road approx 500 m, turned left at the suspension bridge sign, crossed the river over the suspension bridge (see photo) and came back westward on the south side of the river. Time: 2 hrs. They also meet two kilometres upriver at the suspension bridge. Local knowledge: Farside Trail and Riverside Trail are collectively known to locals as the “Riverside Loop” because they join up via a suspension bridge about 2 km up river. There are several excellent vantage points to see the river and the amazing Cheakamus River suspension bridge is one of the best. Trash trail hugs the river all the way to the beautiful bridge to Whistler Train Wreck. Cheakamus River - The Cheakamus River is a beautiful tributary of the Squamish River that runs parrallel to the Sea to Sky highway between Squamish and Whistler. Very exhilarating and visually challenging! The Riverside trail is an easy to moderate, 2 kilometre multi-use trail with a a few steep switchbacks and a couple very scenic viewpoints over the river. Ladner Creek Trestle. No tips and reviews. An Adventure Projects staff member will review this and take an appropriate action, but we generally don't reply. A nice walk for the whole family including the dog. The lake sits in an almost cartoonish looking, volcano-shaped bowl, with one side of the bowl a crumbling array of truck sized boulders leading down to the lake. The suspension-style footbridge was designed with a sort of locomotive feel and includes a nice length of boardwalk leading hikers back into the mossy coastal rainforest. A possible drawback to this campground is that it is far south of Whistler Village, but if you have a vehicle that shouldn't bother you too much. Follow the walk for about 3kms coming to a suspension bridge. Other parking areas for Cheakamus River are mostly unmarked, but excellent and convenient. Alexander Falls  Ancient Cedars  Black Tusk  Blackcomb Mountain  Brandywine Falls  Brandywine Meadows  Brew Lake  Callaghan Lake  Cheakamus Lake  Cheakamus River  Cirque Lake  Flank Trail  Garibaldi Lake  Garibaldi Park  Helm Creek  Joffre Lakes  Keyhole Hot Springs  Logger’s Lake  Madeley Lake  Meager Hot Springs Nairn Falls  Newt Lake  Panorama Ridge  Parkhurst Ghost Town  Rainbow Falls  Rainbow Lake  Ring Lake  Russet Lake  Sea to Sky Trail  Skookumchuck Hot Springs  Sloquet Hot Springs  Mount Sproatt  Taylor Meadows  Train Wreck  Wedgemount Lake  Whistler Mountain. Turn south, towards Cheakamus Crossing (the athletes village that was built for the 2010 Olympics, now private homes). The suspension bridge gives one of the best views of the snowy, turquoise Cheakamus River that runs wildly below. There are a few nice picnic spots, kayak put-ins, and a great suspension bridge to grab some pictures. We walked along the trail till we reached a suspension bridge across the raging river. via @loridawngordon. If you would rather a more wilderness style camping, with few to no RV's then the Cal-Cheak Recreation Site is an excellent choice. This is a beautiful route in every month of the year, but there's a little extra magic in crossing a narrow suspension bridge full of snow, with the gorgeous turquoise river … Parking can be found at several places along both sides of Cheakamus River. Easy to spot and just metres from the highway. Here’s an alphabetical list of the suspension bridges in the area: The suspension bridge at the north end of Buntzen Lake. Cheakamus River suspension bridge is situated south of Sproatt, southwest of Alpha Creek. To reach parking lot/trail-head, you will be driving on Cheakamus Road about 7 km off the highway on a very rough road – this last mile drive itself will take about 20-30 minutes depending on the car Hike details: We did this hike on Aug 01st 2019. The bridge is part of the Sea To Sky Trail and connects the campsite with trails on the west side of the river, allowing people to hike to Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. As the lava cooled it formed the wonderful basalt ridge that is crumbling into valley. Taylor Meadows is a very scenic campsite and great alternative to the much busier and more well known, Whistler has an absurd number of wonderful and free hiking trails and Parkhurst Ghost Town certainly ranks as the most unusual and interesting. Very modern and trendy feeling as you walk in the front door. A sign attached to the bridge reads “Decking on the Gin & Tonic Suspension Bridge will be removed for the winter season”, so you’ll have to experience this suspension bridge during the summer months. Logger's Lake, just a short hike from the Cheakamus River suspension bridge, sits within a 10000 year old, extinct volcano and is a hiking destination on its own. Parking for the Cheakamus River trails and Whistler's Interpretive Forest are numerous. After crossing the suspension bridge, walk the short distance up the hill and you're in the middle of the train wreck site, with box cars on both sides of you. The Train Wreck site and suspension bridge can be accessed at the south end off Whistler in the Cheakamus Crossing neighbourhood. These two trails, Riverside & Farside, lay at the heart of The Whistler Interpretive Forest which encompasses the surrounding areas of beyond Cheakamus River. Cheakamus River gauge at the pedestrian suspension bridge upstream of the Cheakamus River-­‐Culliton Creek confluence; estimates of flow over 81 m³/s are based on extrapolation of the rating curve beyond the highest gauged discharge. Located at one end of the Farside and Riverside trails, there is even a parking area nearby. While the drive is quite long, the hike is quite short as you can hear the roar of the falls from the parking lot just a short distance up the trail. The HI Whistler Hostel has a very nice little coffee shop with a few things to eat and drink. Most suspension bridges in the area are built above raging rivers, some above deep canyons, making the crossing of these bridges a spectacular viewpoint. But … Unfortunately, the Interpretive Forest is day-use only, no camping is permitted. This relatively new campground is quite nice, located up on a ridge overlooking snowy mountain peaks including Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain. These two trails, Riverside & Farside, lay at the heart of Whistler Interpretive Forest, which encompasses the surrounding areas of beyond Cheakamus River. There is no great danger for bears in Whistler unless you provoke them. Cheakamus Crossing has a few eateries with washrooms. To print: right click on the map below, click "Save Image As...", save it to your desktop and open and print. Just don't forget, if you hike/snowshoe in, you have to come back. One side of the trail can be accessed from the trail which leads to the Train Wreck site. The Lake Loop trail, Crater Rim trail, the Ridge trail, Upper Ridge trail, and the Lower Ridge trail. At 7.9km turn left onto Cheakamus Lake Road and you will immediately see the large parking area for Whistler Interpretive Forest on your left. The bridge is an easy 1 KM hike from the Sea to Sky Trailhead in Cheakamus … (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Parking can be found at several places along both sides of Cheakamus River. Booking.com Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge point of interest; Type: Sight : Activities: Hike; Trail Running; Snowshoe; close The lake, almost unbelievably exists in a long extinct volcano. One side of the trail can be accessed from the trail which leads to the Train Wreck site. The bridge across the Cheakamus River next to the Whistler Train Wreck site was built in 2016 to make it easier for hikers to access a piece of Whistler’s history. via @moonhead_media If driving from Whistler Village, if you turn left at Cheakamus Lake Road, drive 300 metres, then turn left on to the gravel road, you will immediately see an area to park. Shorter Route: Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge. The body of a kayaker that went missing in difficult conditions this week has been found in the Cheakamus River, police have confirmed. You can park at various places within sight of the river on either side of it just steps from a hiking trail. The suspension bridge was built in the summer of 2016 in response to people hiking to the train wreck along active train tracks by illegally trespassing on the railroad's property. The larger cables are then anchored at the ends of the bridge to support the structure. Located at one end of the Farside and Riverside trails, there is … On this tour you will enjoy the pristine beauty of the coastal temperate rain forest, cross a suspension bridge spanning the mighty Cheakamus River and spend time at the site of a once forgotten Train Wreck. It’s an easy walk to the Train Wreck site and crossing the rugged Cheakmus River gives you an added bonus of a spectacular view of the rushing river below. Discover one of Whistler’s most unique locations on this fully guided hike to the Whistler Train Wreck. If it was permitted, there would be plenty of places ideal to put up a tent, including the ridge above Logger's Lake and numerous places along the Cheakamus River. The suspension bridge next to Cascade Falls in Mission. Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge To access the Whistler Train Wreck site you will cross the newly built Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge, also known as the Train Wreck Bridge. Cheakamus Suspension Bridge. Logger's Lake is a short hike from the suspension bridge and sits within a 10000 year old, extinct volcano. The encounters on the hiking/biking trails can be quite unnerving due to the windy trails causing you to encounter them at close range. Not your average walk in the woods, the Cheakamus Lakeside Trail (4km) meanders from Cheakamus Crossing through old-growth forest, alongside the turquoise Cheakamus River to a suspension bridge, crosses and loops back. One of the parking areas is also the parking area for Logger's Lake, making it a beautiful starting point to hike both Logger's Lake and Cheakamus River in just a couple hours. After crossing the bridge there will be a left turn after 100 meters leading to a large parking lot. The Whistler Train Wreck. Logger's Lake, just a short hike from the Cheakamus River suspension bridge, sits within a 10000 year old, extinct volcano and is a hiking destination on its own. You will need to buy a gondola ticket to the top of Whistler Mountain (and then take the Peak Express Chairlift) so make sure to make a day of it and explore some of the other trails at the top as well. Cheakamus River is a beautiful, crashing, turquoise coloured river that flows from Cheakamus Lake, through Whistler Interpretive Forest at Cheakamus Crossing, then down past Brandywine Falls to Daisy Lake. Discover one of Whistler’s most unique locations on this fully guided hike to the Whistler Train Wreck. Check out our Best Snowshoeing Trails in Whistler here! You might want to save this map to your phone or print it out for reference. On this tour you will enjoy the pristine beauty of the coastal temperate rain forest, cross a suspension bridge spanning the mighty Cheakamus River and spend time at the site of a … To reach parking lot/trail-head, you will be driving on Cheakamus Road about 7 km off the highway on a very rough road – this last mile drive itself will take about 20-30 minutes depending on the car Hike details: We did this hike on Aug 01st 2019. Not to be confused with the first larger cable bridge on the trail, it’s the second bridge bridge that crosses Gin & Tonic Creek. It is worth checking out, not least for a glimpse at Athletes Village. Stars: ... or winter walk. Helm Creek campground is further up towards Black Tusk. Cheakamus River is the beautiful, crashing and turquoise coloured river that flows from Cheakamus Lake, ... Logger’s Lake, just a short hike from the Cheakamus River suspension bridge, sits within a 10000 year old, extinct volcano and is a hiking destination on its own. Brandywine provincial park is really beautiful. There are several excellent vantage points to see the river and the amazing  Cheakamus River suspension bridge is one of the best. Located at the top of the Peak Express Chairlift in Whistler (near the start of the High Note Trail), the Cloudraker Skybridge is a 130-metre long suspension bridge over Whistler Bowl. While going South to North is mostly up with the steepest climbing at … Located at the north end of Buntzen Lake, the suspension bridge connects the trail along the west side of the lake with the east side. The Gin & Tonic Suspension Bridge is located along the trail to Rainbow Lake in Whistler. The Capilano Suspension Bridge is Vancouver’s most famous suspension bridge to walk across, spanning the spectacular Capilano River below. Pryce-Jones designed the army-style bridge and with the help of a host of EBAP workers completed the project in under three months. At the suspension bridge it connects to the Farside trail that hugs the opposite side of the river and brings you back to where you started in Cheakamus Crossing. Nach einer knappen Stunde erreicht man dann den See und wird mit einer wunderschönen … A fairly easy hiking trail that gains very little elevation. You can simply park at the edge of the gravel road near one of many trails you will see at this junction or better yet, take the right fork, cross the vehicle bridge and park at the large parking area you will immediately see. The short trail takes you to the site of a historic train wreck that happened in 1956.In 2016, a suspension bridge was built over the Cheakamus River, making this an easy hike. For our full website terms and conditions including our legal guidelines for user postings and comments on www.vancouvertrails.com, please see our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Of course provoking a bear is as easy as having lots of food around and luring one toward you. Cheakamus River flows out of Cheakamus Lake (26373549039).jpg 3,718 × 2,793; 8.39 MB Cheakamus River from MacLaurin's Crossing (42404152195).jpg 3,456 × 4,608; 6.2 MB Cheakamus River from the suspension bridge (29598740917).jpg 2,874 × 3,826; 11.9 MB Shorter Route: Cheakamus River Suspension Bridge. The bridge is located just beyond the north beach area and spans a channel of water between Buntzen Lake and McCombe Lake. As well as taking you across the Cheakamus River suspension bridge, this route takes you up and around Loggers Lake, a small and hidden lake formed in the bowl of a long extinct volcano! Often on this road you will encounter bears as well as on the trails. Hiking and biking trails have sprung up over the years making the area a wonderful place to explore. This video is unavailable. These two trails, Riverside & Farside, lay at the heart of Whistler Interpretive Forest, which encompasses the surrounding areas of beyond Cheakamus River. Driving to Cheakamus River from Village Gate Boulevard in Whistler Village, drive south toward Vancouver for 7.9km. If you drive, hike or bike up the 8 kilometre logging road to the Cheakamus Lake trailhead, you will pass numerous piles of bear dung. Cheakamus River to Kyber Pass and High Note is a 9.6 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. Log in to leave a tip here. A trail goes down to the water where you'll find a staff gauge that corresponds to the online gauge. There are excellent road and trail signs at this junction and the ones further along. Whistler Train Wreck & Suspension Bridge Forest Walk. Aufgrund der frühen Uhrzeit haben wir nur eine Handvoll andere Besucher getroffen, die auf dem Rückweg von einer Nacht vom Campingplatz kamen. The hiking trail is pretty easy as you have driven most of the elevation gain to get to the trailhead. The bridge crosses Callaghan Creek and, looking downstream from the bridge, you can see where the Cheakamus River and Callagahan Creek join. Before that, the train wreck was a lot harder to access (requiring illegally crossing train tracks). Select from premium Cheakamus River of the highest quality. This is a single suspension bridge from the Bridgemeister historical inventoryof suspension bridges. Comments that gratuitously attack or demean individuals or organizations are not acceptable. Logger's Lake is a beautifully hidden paradise for swimming, fishing, sightseeing and relaxing. Located at one end of the Farside and Riverside trails, there is even a parking area nearby. The Cheakamus River trails centre around two core trails that link via the Cheakamus Bridge at one end and the Cheakamus Crossing Bridge at the other. This is also the parking area for Logger's Lake, making it a beautiful starting point to hike both area in an afternoon. 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