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Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Photo by Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane

You may never come down

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is the number one lift-accessed bike park in the world, and however you get your fix, this place will 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 it.

Beginning in 1999 with the Fitzsimmons Zone, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park now features four distinct zones with over 80 km (50 mi) of trail 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.

Number of Trails:
112
Highest Elevation:
2,173 m
Trails:
easy
9
intermediate
42
difficult
33
extra difficult
28

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Getting Here & Trail Access

Driving to Whistler along the aptly-named Sea-to-Sky Highway is one of the most breathtaking journeys you'll ever take.

Towering snow-capped mountains, lush green rainforests and fast-flowing, turquoise rivers will be forever etched into your memory while dring the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler. Skylynx and Epic Rides offer daily, frequent shuttle transportation with storiage for bikes from Vancouver to Whistler as well.

Driving Distances & Times:

  • Vancouver - 120 km (75 mi), 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Seattle - 350 km (217 mi), 4 hours
  • Kelowna - 500 km (310 mi), 6 hours

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the closest airport with flights in and out of many international destinations, located two hours south of Whistler.

Floatplane service with Harbour Air also connects Whistler to Victoria and Vancouver from May to October. Or a private helicopter charter can get you direct to Whistler from YVR.

Trails at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park can be accessed by purchasing a lift ticket.

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