As the name suggests, Whistler Train Wreck Hike is known for its train cars, which were moved to the site in 1956 after falling off a nearby track that was under repair.
The path also has breathtaking views across the suspension bridge while offering views of the Cheakamus River.
The area used to be off-limits because access to the site had involved walking along the railway tracks. With the new suspension bridge, the Whistler Train Wreck Hike is a great trail to go for a hike, enjoy a picnic, or snap some pictures.
Photos: Billy Bush, Wikimedia Commons; vancouvertrails.com