Whistler Mountain Bike Park has something for every level of rider. Gentle, banked cruisers through the Coastal forest. Tight and twisty single track - perfect for intermediate riders. For the advanced riders there are steep rock faces, gnarly, root strewn lines, drop offs of all descriptions and more.
Injuries are a common and expected part of mountain-biking. We strongly suggest that full face helmets, full length gloves, biking armor and a full suspension bike be used in the Bike Park. If you are new to the mountain-biking program at Whistler Blackcomb, or the Parent or Guardian of a younger rider, please familiarize yourself with the mountain-biking activities we offer. Introductory mountain-biking lessons and beginner mountain-biking terrain are available. More challenging terrain and features should not be attempted unless the rider has the appropriate skills, experience and equipment to effectively negotiate such trail sections. Please speak to Guest Services for more information regarding mountain-biking at Whistler Blackcomb.
The Air Dome is an 8,400 square foot covered indoor mountain bike training facility with a huge foam pit, ramps, and a quarter pipe and half pipe.
These athletes have the skills and dedication to make us look good so we returned the favor hooking them up with full rides from all of our sponsors.
Check out where to re-fuel with grab-n-go smoothies, coffees, iced coffees, paninis and a patio BBQ. Or grab a front row seats to the bottom of the Bike Park at the GLC.
View the Bike Park Map. Explore over 1,500m / 4,900ft of lift-serviced descending mountain bike trails.
The Peak Zone and the new Top of the World alpine trail are the latest additions to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is not like any other biking experience you have ever had. There are trails to suit a wide variety of tastes and abilities.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park trails require constant physical and mental effort in order for all riders to maintain control.
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Check out the latest trail status, complete details of what's open, what work is being done, and what the weather is like at the Whistler Mountain Bike Park.
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is not like any other biking experience you have ever had. The trails often have sustained stretches of downhill riding and the lifts allow you to ride much more vertical than you would normally do in a long day of riding.
Watch for the signs at the bottom of the Fitz chair with info on where Coast Mountain Photography will be shooting and keep your eyes peeled for their flag on the trails for a heads up on the photographer's location.