This 3.2-mile-long hike loops from the Inukshuk statue at the top of the Peak Express chairlift to the Roundhouse Lodge. At the top of the chairlift, check out Black Tusk and Cheakamus Lake, then head north away from Flute Summit and Singing Pass. This scenic trail is not for beginners: hikers should be in good shape in order to cover the 1,132 vertical feet the trail spans. You’ll likely see marmots, black tailed deer, and Indian Paintbrush on the trail. In order to access the trail visitors have to ride up Whistler Village Gondola and then head up the Peak Chair. These lifts both require a lift ticket, which you can purchase in the village or online. Visitors can also take a guided tour with the Whistler’s Mountain Host program.