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7-Day Itinerary: Interior Loop

Posted on Aug 13, 2019 by Mountain Biking BC

7-Day Itinerary: Interior Loop

This 7-day itinerary is based on the “Bikes & Beers” trip through the Interior of BC experienced by one of our lucky contest winners.

Access: Start in Vancouver | End in Vancouver 

Total duration: 7 Days

Total distance: 1,816 kilometres (1,128 miles)

Follow this itinerary for a week-long trip exploring BC’s Interior to visit epic riding destinations in Kamloops, Revelstoke, Golden, Valemount, and Salmon Arm. Pair riding with beer, visiting the region’s many breweries after laps down world-class trails.

Day 1: Kamloops

Climb the switchbacks of Pineview before riding Beer Run downCheck out the Kamloops Bike Ranch or shuttle laps on Harper MountainFuel up at Hello Toast for breakfast and the local breweries for post-ride pints

Day 2: Salmon Arm

Tackle the 38 km Larch Hills Traverse from Salmon Arm to SicamousIndulge in dinner and brews at the Barley Station Brew PubOvernight at the Artist’s House Bed and Breakfast

Day 3-4: Revelstoke

Ride the iconic Frisby Ridge for alpine views and epic singletrack over 12 kmStroll downtown for cozy cafes, shops, and quaint eateriesExplore more than 70 trails in the Mount Macpherson network

Day 5: Golden

Ride LSD into Canyon Creek trail in the Moonrakers trail networkCheck out Mount 7 network for downhill shuttle lapsEnjoy a beer on the grassy patio at Whitetooth Brewing

Day 6: Valemount

Stare out the window on the scenic Icefields Parkway drive from Golden to Valemount Spend the whole day riding laps in the Valemount Bike ParkCheck out 3 Ranges Brewing for post-ride brews

Day 7: Journey Back to Vancouver

Check out Chu Chua, north of Barriere, to ride trails developed by the local First NationStop in Lytton for a network of trails to keep you riding for another weekFinish the journey on Vancouver’s North Shore

For more inspiration and itinerary planning for your next mountain bike trip to British Columbia, check here.