Whistler offers two side-by-side mountains and access to endless alpine terrain: wildflowers, rain forest dwelling black bears, volcanic peaks, mountaintop restaurants and kilometers of hiking and mountain biking trails. Add in the Valley Trail, the world-famous Whistler Mountain Bike Park, lakes, perfect golf greens, a plethora of patios and restaurants, and you have a summer holiday destination that checks all the boxes.
Whistler Mountain Bike Park offers 1,507 metres of lift serviced descending mountain bike trails. The park has four designated zones which offer unique rides suitable for all levels.
From leisurely valley rides to the more adrenaline fuelled adventure, Whistler turns up the heat with technical rides loaded with steep downhill, singletrack, challenging climbs, all taking advantage of Whistler’s natural features plus plenty of trails that have been expertly created. From beginner to the expert technical rides, Whistler provides a summer mountain biking holiday that is beyond ordinary.
The 2018/19 season has some sweet new rides at its bike park. The trail crews have added an additional 13km the Creekside with 5 new trails, 644 vertical metres and it’s very own gondola for access. As part of ongoing development the summer of 2018 adds 3 berm-filled intermediate flow trails, a technical intermediate trail and and advanced level hand-built single track.
Whistler Blackcomb Mountain Statistics
|Top Elevation||2,182 Metres|
|Village Elevation||675 Metres|
|Alpine Hiking Trails||50km|
Whistler Top Rides
Whistler Trail Map
Getting to Whistler
Located on Canada’s West Coast, Whistler is only a two and a half hour drive on the stunningly scenic Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver International Airport.
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