Hike to Mystery Lake

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Added by John Entwistle

A short 1 hour hike to a beautiful alpine lake at the Mt. Seymour ski area. 

From the Mt. Seymour ski area parking lot, head towards the Mystery Peak Express. Once you have passed the base of the Mystery Peak Express, you will continue up the trail to your left (right goes to dog mountain, straight to the 3 peaks of Seymour). 

Follow the trail all the way up to the lake. The trail is fairly technical but short (therefore the "intermediate" rating)

Pack List

  • Hiking shoes/ boots
  • Snack
  • Swimming stuff
  • Camera
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Chillin, Hiking, Photography, Swimming, Yoga

Skill Level:



Spring, Summer, Autumn

Trail Type:



3.1 Miles

Elev. Gain:

492.1 Feet


Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Picnic Area
Swimming Hole

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Added by John Entwistle

Photographer and Adventurer based in Whistler, British Columbia

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