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In The Zone - Tech

Going back to the roots (literally) of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, technical riding is what started it all but some could say has been overshadowed recently by the significant development of freeride/flow trails found not only at the Whistler Bike Park but around the world. It seems trails like Crank It Up, A-Line, and Dirt Merchant have been getting all the attention lately, and for good reason, but it's not all about high speed and big air. For some it is but for others, root infested single-track, intricate granite features, and steep rough terrain is what gets the blood flowing. Natural terrain provides creativity allowing riders to find unique line choices and endless options for progression.

Explore our zones »

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is considered the No. 1 lift accessed downhill bike park in the world, and for good reason. Boasting more terrain than any other bike park in North America with 4,900 vertical feet of lift-serviced descending trails.

Fitz Zone »

The original Whistler bike park zone with all 5 difficulty levels including the infamous A-Line, and all 5 skill centres. Fitz Zone features a trail to suit every rider whether it’s your first time or looking to take things next the level.

Garbo Zone »

Garbanzo zone was brought on board in 2004 to complement the original Fitz zone, it raised the bar, literally to 2,700 feet of new vertical. Higher, steeper and more rugged than its predecessor.

Peak Zone »

The Peak Zone is a mind blowing experience which takes the flow that the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is famous for and drops it on the Peak of Whistler Mountain. With some of the world's best riding set against the granite spires of the Coast Range, Top of the World trail is the pinnacle of alpine riding.

Creek Zone »

The latest chapter in the on-going development of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park begins with the opening of the Creekside Gondola to mountain bikers. Recommended for advanced and expert riders only.

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