There's no shortage of spooky, secret spots in B.C. if you know where to look and this abandoned trainwreck near Whistler proves it.

This two-kilometre hike right outside the city leads you past a gurgling river to a series of beautifully painted train cars that have sat abandoned since 1956.

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The trail itself takes about an hour to finish and is super easy, making it ideal for beginner hikers.

As a cherry on top, it also leads you past a suspension bridge over the Cheakamus River, offering stunning views of the canyon.

There should be seven abandoned box cars in total, each decorated with colourful graffiti — bonus points if you can discover them all!

Whistler Train Wreck

Address: Whistler Quarry Rd., Whistler, BC

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