Lift Access Bike Parks

photo credit: Mark Gallup

Experience the gift of gravity

From extreme gravity to flowy single-track, BC’s mountain bike parks offer mountain biking for everyone!

Beautiful British Columbia

Spectacular coastal rain forests, soaring high alpine peaks and arid interior mountains provide the most incredible mountain biking experiences in the world. With North America’s highest concentration of lift-access riding, British is the destination of choice.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park

It’s your choice…No matter how you like to get down hill, you’ll find it here. With more than 4,926 vertical feet of lift-serviced, gravity-fed, adrenaline-fueled downhill trails.

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Sun Peaks Bike Park

LET’S RIDE!…The Sun Peaks Bike Park boasts 595 metres (1,954 feet) of chairlift accessed vertical, reaching a huge and diverse trail network ranging from technical DH and flowing machine-made freeride trails, to incredible and scenic alpine cross country.

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Fernie Alpine Bike Park

Mountain biking in Fernie BC is legendary…Fernie Alpine Resort has one of the largest lift-accessed trail networks in Western Canada. Combined with its extensive web of cross-country trails it’s easy to see why Fernie is the perfect mountain biking destination. READ MORE…

Silver Star Bike Park

Enjoy the Ride…Silver Star Bike Park is steeped in mountain bike history and some of the best trails you’ll find anywhere. Known for our extremely well maintained and built fast flowy trails.

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Big White Bike Park

BC’s newest bike park! A combination of enthusiasm, terrain, technology, infrastructure and experience have been the ingredients to this new bike park. Located just 45 minutes outside of Kelowna, riders can experience the adrenaline packed thrill of gravity fed downhill mountain biking along with summer activities, festivals and events for the whole family.

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Kicking Horse Mountain Bike Park

People don’t come to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort to ride the same old thing. They come for the differences, and we have plenty. What this means is over 3,700 feet of variety!

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Inspirational Trips

The Other Shore: An Insider’s Guide to Riding the Sunshine Coast

This trip is for anyone who has biked in the Sea to Sky a few times and is looking for some new ride ideas. Or for someone who lives in Vancouver and rides the Shore lots, but doesn’t have a huge interest in the bike park or typically venture much past Squamish on the weekends. If this sounds like you, then hopefully you will find something inspiring in the routes and photos below. 

RULES OF THE ROAD; Trail Tripping Through British Columbia’s Kootenay Mountains

One of the oldest saloons in British Columbia and by far the oldest in Rossland, the name comes from a steam-powered helicopter plane constructed by Lou Gagnon, an ambitious Gold Rush-era inventor. Built of iron, wood, brass, canvas and piano wire, Gagnon imagined the “Flying Steamshovel” would carry ore down from the steep slopes of nearby Red Mountain. It didn’t. The craft first took flight in February of 1902, leaving the ground and wobbling a few stories skyward before crashing near the very spot we’re currently putting back burgers and beers.