Plan Your Trip

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British Columbia is Canada’s most mountainous province and home to some of the world’s most diverse mountain biking terrain. Downhill, freeride, cross country, epic, all-mountain…it’s all here!  Community trail networks, lift-access bike parks, festivals, races, camps and tours are all available and together create the ultimate Mountain Biking BC experience.  BC welcomes riders of all levels from around the globe to ride on the terrain we call home.

The following itineraries provide a quick overview of places to ride and great things to see and do based on the trip stories shared on our inspiration page. If you see something you like… gather your friends, pack your bags, load your bikes and hit the road for your own incredible adventure!

If you have a question, please send us a note using the contact form and we will do our best to point you in the right direction.

Ride within your abilities! Mountain biking is a dangerous activity with potential risk of personal injury. It is always recommended that safety be the rider’s primary concern. The remote nature of mountain biking in BC dictates the need to take precautions to ensure a safe experience for all. Tell others where you are going, wear proper safety gear, carry tools and a first aid kit, and avoid riding alone.

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