Whistler Mountain Bike Park
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Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Whistler Mountain Bike Park
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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 armour clad, full face wearing, 50lb. bike group there are steep rock faces, gnarly, root strewn lines, drop offs of all descriptions and more.
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MarVaf
London31 contributions
abslutely epic bike park....tons of tracks and levels...and really beautiful scenery. I only used it for a day but will be back.
Written July 19, 2022
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Rob C
North Bay, Canada39 contributions
Super fun experience. I had been 12 years ago, and decided to give it another try. I was impressed by the variety if trails. There are trails for the beginner to the master rider.

So, so, so fun for the active family. We were even able to rent a small full suspension bike for my 8 year old.

Keep in mind…this is a very exciting active but requires a great deal of caution. Respect the bike and the trails and you’ll have a wonderful time!
Written July 15, 2022
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Ross M
Airdrie, Canada3,794 contributions
Friends
We road most of the trails on our Ebikes in Whistler - they were safe, clean, very well managed and excellent for all activities - up the mountains, around lakes, through single track trails dodging rocks, roots, trees and we had an absolute blast - have to return
Written September 26, 2021
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Jessica M
British Columbia, Canada32 contributions
As a family of beginner mountain bikers (two adults and a tweenager), we found there to be many green and blue trails to keep us occupied for an entire two weeks as we worked on our skills. The trails are well designed and well taken care of, and more importantly, well marked so you don't accidentally end up on a double-diamond! I know it seems expensive, but when you think of all the infrastructure and staff being used, it's akin to downhill skiing, so the price reflects that. I found if you bought the 5-day or longer passes during the early-bird window, it ends up being only about $60/day for an adult, which seems fair for being able to access the best mountain bike park on earth. My one piece of advice is that if you've never been downhill mountain biking, you should spend the money and get a guide for a few hours on your first day, as they will teach you a lot of useful skills that will help to keep you from doing anything too risky/dangerous. A few hundred bucks up front will most likely save you from the infirmary!
Written August 23, 2021
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Yarbogash
vancouver2,583 contributions
Family
High prices. Many sections of the beginner trails are in really rough shape; excessive brake bumps, large loose rocks, crumbling surfaces. Too many riders bomb the beginner trails or blindly race into the many merge points. Sections where beyond the trail edge is a steep debris field.
Village is nice but some restaurants near the lift have recently adopted a policy of no kids after 2pm
Long trails with some great flow sections. Staff are generally really good.
They need a dedicated beginners section like Sun Peaks Progression Park.
Written August 4, 2021
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Arash V
Auckland Central, New Zealand409 contributions
A lot of trails were still closed (I think due to snow/mud) and the line up was very long (it took me 47 minutes to get to the lift). The second chair to the top of the mountain was not busy at all (no line ups) but on the top section, trails were a bit worn (dented) which again I think it was because of the early season situation and also mostly closed. :(
Written June 21, 2021
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yannicknancy142
Montreal, Canada21 contributions
From beginner to advanced riders you will find trails to match your skills and progress. So much work goes into maintaining the trails, it is quite impressive.
Written September 15, 2020
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Dude418
Canmore, Canada22 contributions
The best in North America by far. Super long steeps flow technical Trails it's all there. Have fun and be safe...
Written September 1, 2020
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SiYauKai
Vancouver, Canada108 contributions
First time to try mountain biking, so joined the Whistler Blackcomb bike school for a 3-hour private lesson., which comes with bike rental, helmet, safety gear, and lift pass. Instructor gave a quick explanation on how to ride bike, and what to do in turns, then off we went on our first green run. We tried a blue course on the last/3rd run, and it was a bit more challenging in the turns, and we fell off bike once, so not too bad :) Best part, we did not have to wait in line for the bike lifts... that alone, saved us a lot of time!
Written August 30, 2020
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Yoon
Surrey, Canada39 contributions
I pre reserved my tickets online and went to the bike park. First thing that happened was that There is no way of knowing where to pick up your ticket, The guy at the ticket counter said go there, but when we got to the place where the guy poinetd, they said go somewhere else, I went to the bike schools and the lady there Finally got me the ticket. other than that it was an nice
Written July 28, 2020
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