by Ann75 Once you are at Harmony Lake you can make a loop around this lake and the lower Harmony Lakes. This is such a beautiful small lake with stunning sceney all the way around. There's a nice wooden trail that takes you around the lake or you can go from here to the lower lakes. There wasn't all that much water in the lake this year because of the very dry summer we had in BC. But it still looked very nice!
When you have visited Harmony Lake, make sure you go down to the lower Harmony Lakes. They are very lovely too and there's a hiking trail going around those aswell. When we were there, there wasn't much water in these lower lakes because of our very dry summer this year. But still the views were fantastic.
From the top of Whistler Mountain you just follow the signs to the Harmony Lake Trail & Loop. This trail is about 3.5km/2.2mi including the Harmony Lakes Loop. The trail takes you through the alpine meadows to Harmony Lake. Along the way you'll find some interpretive signs of the flowers and wildlife that you can find here. Most of the flowers were finished blooming by now, but it might be interesting to read about them. Don't forget to look around and enjoy the beautiful views along the way.
The Harmony Lake Trail first takes you through some meadows and some sort of forested area. Look for the different birds you might see around. We saw several Gray Jay flying around and sitting on the tree tops. It's lovely looking bird.