MORE TIME IN THE AIR

EQUALS MORE TIME IN THE AIR.

Fernie has one of the largest lift-accessed trail networks in Western Canada. Gravity-fed downhill trails, combined with its extensive web of cross-country trails makes it easy to see why Fernie is the perfect mountain biking destination.

Fernie Alpine Resort’s bike park has 38 bike trails that offer something for everyone. Wide machine-made flow trails for beginner / intermediate riders, challenging steep and technical single track trails for advanced / expert riders.  Explore our trails and find your favourites!

We have an exciting line up of DH mountain bike events at the resort this summer.  Check out our SCOTT Thursday Night Race Series, which runs weekly from June 28th to August 30th - a fun and social downhill race series for all ages!  We are also proud to be part of the Dunbar Summer Series again this year, as host of the Canada Cup / BC Cup Downhill - come check it out on July 21 & 22!

Fernie Alpine Resort on Trailforks.com

 

 

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BIKE PARK FACTS

Chair lifts: 2 quad chairlifts. The Elk Chair operates 7 days a week. The Timber Express Chair operates on weekends and stat holidays.

Number of Trails/Runs: Our 38 bike trails offer something for everyone. Wide machine-made flowing trails for beginner / intermediate riders and challenging steep and technical single track trails for advanced / expert riders.

Degree of Difficulty: 35% easy, 25% intermediate, 40% advanced.

BIKE PARK FACTS

Chair lifts: 2 quad chairlifts. The Elk Chair operates 7 days a week. The Timber Express Chair operates on weekends and stat holidays.

Number of Trails/Runs: Our 38 bike trails offer something for everyone. Wide machine-made flowing trails for beginner / intermediate riders and challenging steep and technical single track trails for advanced / expert riders.

Degree of Difficulty: 35% easy, 25% intermediate, 40% advanced.

HOURS

& TICKETS

Chairlift Schedule (June 23 – Sept 3):

Elk Chair: Daily from 10:30am to 4:30pm (to 7pm on Thursdays)

Timber Chair: Weekends & Statutory Holidays from 10:30am to 4:30pm.  Stat holidays dates include Canada Day (July 2), Civic Holiday (August 6) & Labour Day (Sept. 3).

September Bonus Weekends!
Timber Chair open on Sept. 8/9, 15/16, 22/23 & 29/30.

 

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HOURS

& TICKETS

Chairlift Schedule (June 23 – Sept 3):

Elk Chair: Daily from 10:30am to 4:30pm (to 7pm on Thursdays)

Timber Chair: Weekends & Statutory Holidays from 10:30am to 4:30pm.  Stat holidays dates include Canada Day (July 2), Civic Holiday (August 6) & Labour Day (Sept. 3).

September Bonus Weekends!
Timber Chair open on Sept. 8/9, 15/16, 22/23 & 29/30.

 

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GETTING

HERE

Fernie is located in the south-east corner of the B.C. Rockies on Highway 3 approximately 60 km (40 miles) from the Alberta and U.S. borders. Fernie Alpine Resort is 5 km (3 miles) west of the town of Fernie and only 1.5 km up the hill from the highway intersection.

 

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GETTING

HERE

Fernie is located in the south-east corner of the B.C. Rockies on Highway 3 approximately 60 km (40 miles) from the Alberta and U.S. borders. Fernie Alpine Resort is 5 km (3 miles) west of the town of Fernie and only 1.5 km up the hill from the highway intersection.

 

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