Have one look at the epic trails and jaw-dropping scenery and you will see why British Columbia is frequently voted as one of the top riding destinations in the World. The sheer diversity of riding is truly amazing; from a quiet ride around the beautiful lost lake, to the adrenaline rush of the Bike Park at Whistler, British Columbia has it all.
Cross Country / All Mountain trails
If you’re into cross-country riding you will be spoiled for choice with hundreds of mountain bike trails just in the Whistler Valley area alone! With over 250km of local trails it is easy to find a trail that suits your riding style. You will have no problem going from an easy family cruise one day to attacking some double black diamond rated technical single track gnarr the next.
If going downhill is your thing, the Whistler Bike Park offers 44 runs and over 200 km of lift-serviced, descending trails. There’s a run for every type of rider. Novices can cruise along gentle, banked trails through the coastal forest, enjoying the sights and sounds along the way. Intermediates can tear up twisty single-track and fly down epic straights, and experts seeking challenges can tackle steep rock faces, root-strewn lines and a myriad of drop offs. A-Line is arguably the world’s best-known run, setting the standard for freeride downhill trails with over 100 berms, drops and tables over an exhilarating 8 km.
The park at Whistler is also home to three graded skills centers, a Biker-X racing course, jump, drop-off and slope-style park as well as a jump farm. One thing is certain if you spend time at the Whistler bike park: Your skills on the bike will dramatically improve.
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