YOU MAY NEVER

COME DOWN.

After you’ve experienced this place, it never leaves you. Do something at the highest volume, and the rest of your life seems like it’s on mute. Do it enough, and all you want is more. It’s not addiction. It’s passion that begets loyalty. Which begets improvement. Which begets love.

Love for the speed. Love for the juice. Love for the feeling of being truly awake.

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is the number one lift-accessed bike park in the world, and however you get your fix, we have something for you. With more than 4,926 vertical feet of lift-serviced, gravity-fed, adrenaline-fueled downhill trails - from easy-cruisin’ greens to expert-only double blacks - you choose how you want to experience your awakening.

Beginning in 1999 with the Fitzsimmons Zone, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park now features four distinct zones with over 80km of trail for you to explore. Your dreams will come true in the perfectly formed rhythm of Fitz’s rollers, the deep tangled roots of Garbo’s single track, the volcanic rubble and thinning air of Peak’s Top of the World and in the new Creek Zone offering a second base to access the park from. From pro-level trails to introductory learning centres, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is accessible for all rider types.

Need a break from bombing downhill? The world famous Whistler Village lies right at the base of the bike park lifts. You can find everything you need from a quick bite to rider-focused hotels, restaurants, bars, and retail shops. Outside the park, the community of Whistler hosts some of the best cross-country and all-mountain riding you can find.

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HOW’S

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BIKE PARK FACTS

  • Chair lifts: Whistler Mountain Bike Park is divided into four zones, each with different characteristics and types of riding.
    • FITZSIMMONS ZONE: The original Bike Park zone with the largest variety of trails and features for every skill level. All riders. Technical, freeride and beginner trails for all abilities.
    • GARBANZO ZONE: Steeper, longer, rockier trails than the Fitzsimmons Zone that embrace the rugged contours of the terrain. Advanced and high intermediate riders. Advanced technical and freeride trails.
    • PEAK ZONE: Whistler’s iconic alpine zone features a 5,000-vertical-foot descent to the Valley floor. Advanced riders only. Technical trails.
    • CREEK ZONE: The latest chapter in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park evolution with the opening of the Creekside Gondola to mountain bikers. Recommended for advanced and expert riders only. Access to the Fitz and Garbanzo Zones via Expressway, Lower Freight Train, and No Joke. Return to the Creekside Base via Upper and Lower Dusty’s Downhill.
  • Number of Trails: Over 70 trails to choose from, ranging from green (beginner) to double black (expert only)
  • Degree of Difficulty:  10% beginner, 30% intermediate, 30% advanced, 30% expert

BIKE PARK FACTS

  • Chair lifts: Whistler Mountain Bike Park is divided into four zones, each with different characteristics and types of riding.
    • FITZSIMMONS ZONE: The original Bike Park zone with the largest variety of trails and features for every skill level. All riders. Technical, freeride and beginner trails for all abilities.
    • GARBANZO ZONE: Steeper, longer, rockier trails than the Fitzsimmons Zone that embrace the rugged contours of the terrain. Advanced and high intermediate riders. Advanced technical and freeride trails.
    • PEAK ZONE: Whistler’s iconic alpine zone features a 5,000-vertical-foot descent to the Valley floor. Advanced riders only. Technical trails.
    • CREEK ZONE: The latest chapter in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park evolution with the opening of the Creekside Gondola to mountain bikers. Recommended for advanced and expert riders only. Access to the Fitz and Garbanzo Zones via Expressway, Lower Freight Train, and No Joke. Return to the Creekside Base via Upper and Lower Dusty’s Downhill.
  • Number of Trails: Over 70 trails to choose from, ranging from green (beginner) to double black (expert only)
  • Degree of Difficulty:  10% beginner, 30% intermediate, 30% advanced, 30% expert

HOURS

& TICKETS

May 18, 2018 - October 8, 2018

Fitzsimmons Zone: Daily from 10am to 5pm (to 8pm between June 10 - August 20, to 7:45pm from Aug 21 - 27, to 7:30pm from Aug 28 - Sept 4).

Creek Zone: Daily from 10am to 5pm

Garbanzo Zone: Daily from 11am to 7pm (to 6:45pm from Aug 21 - 27, to 6:30pm from Aug 28 - Sept 4, to 4pm from Sept 5 - Oct 9).

Peak Zone: Daily from 11am - 4pm (to 3pm from Sept 5 - 17)

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HOURS

& TICKETS

May 18, 2018 - October 8, 2018

Fitzsimmons Zone: Daily from 10am to 5pm (to 8pm between June 10 - August 20, to 7:45pm from Aug 21 - 27, to 7:30pm from Aug 28 - Sept 4).

Creek Zone: Daily from 10am to 5pm

Garbanzo Zone: Daily from 11am to 7pm (to 6:45pm from Aug 21 - 27, to 6:30pm from Aug 28 - Sept 4, to 4pm from Sept 5 - Oct 9).

Peak Zone: Daily from 11am - 4pm (to 3pm from Sept 5 - 17)

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GETTING

HERE

Airport transfers, car rentals, shuttles and helicopter transfers are just some of the ways to travel the Sea-to-Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler. Book your transportation to Whistler via luxury motorcoach, limo, plane or car rental with us for the best deals. We have maps, directions and road reports to help you get to Whistler worry-free.

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GETTING

HERE

Airport transfers, car rentals, shuttles and helicopter transfers are just some of the ways to travel the Sea-to-Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler. Book your transportation to Whistler via luxury motorcoach, limo, plane or car rental with us for the best deals. We have maps, directions and road reports to help you get to Whistler worry-free.

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