5 Pictures from a Beautiful Fall Hike to Cheakamus Lake

Storyteller

John Entwistle

When a break in the fall weather hits, it's time to get out and explore!

After only 2 months of living in Whistler, I finally found a chance to get out and explore the surrounding mountains. The Cheakamus Lake Hike near Whistler is hands down one of the best "bang for buck" hikes around. A short 1.5KM walk up to the lake through a very cool old growth forest gets you to an unbelievably scenic lake set in the Coast Mountains. 

Here are 5 of my favorite shots from the hike. Check out more photos from my adventures on my website!

Kilee on her way through the old growth forest on her way up to Cheakamus Lake

Our first view of the lake. Rare to see such a large mountain lake dead calm as it was yesterday

Kilee taking in the view towards the end of Cheakamus Lake


There were some magical things happening in the woods yesterday. I'm glad we braved the rain to head out and see it for ourselves

Cheakamus Lake was putting on an amazing show yesterday. Get out there and check it out for yourself!

Check out more of my photos on my website!

Published: November 7, 2016

John EntwistleStoryteller

Photographer and Adventurer based in Whistler, British Columbia

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