Plan a Whistler biking adventure and experience everything from world-famous mountain biking to paved valley roads. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced rider, Whistler has something for everyone. Enjoy a stress-free biking excursion and take advantage of bike rentals, lessons, tours, and more. Our team would be delighted to assist in arranging a day of Whistler biking for you and your colleagues, family, or friends.
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Downhill Biking - Whistler Bike Park
Feel the pull of gravity on a variety of world-recognized trails like the Top of the World trail, Garbanzo, and Fitzsimmons Zones. Join one of our experienced instructors in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park for a variety of guided lessons depending on your ability and excitement level.
Full Day Session: 6 hours starting at 10:00 AM
Half Day Session: 3 hours starting at 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM
Cross Country Biking
Whistler's extensive, 350 km cross country trail network offers endless variety with breathtaking views. Ride through rainforests, granite rocks, waterfalls, and more. Schedule a tour and enjoy a custom tailored ride for your ability and adrenaline level.
All cross country tours are three hours and start at either 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM.
The Valley Trail is perfect for sightseeing and connects Whistler's key neighborhoods, Village, five alpine lakes, commercial centres, and major parks. Stretching 40 km through Whistler's valley, this paved and scenic path is one of Whistler's most popular summer activities.
All Valley Trail tours are three hours and start at either 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM.
Road biking provides a great way to explore Whistler for experienced road cyclists & beginners. Ride smooth, recently upgraded highway routes, or challenge yourself with mountain climbs. Whistler offers a range of routes with spectacular views including the Whistler Olympic Park, site of the Ski Jump and Nordic events for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
All road biking tours are three hours and start at either 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM.
Mike Crane / Tourism Whistler