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Biking in Whistler

Whistler is a world-class mountain biking and biking destination with a devoted pedal-powered culture embedded in our community. Whistler offers something for every type of bike enthusiast whether you’re a mountain biker, road biker, trail rider or recreational cyclist.

Biking is centred around Whistler Mountain Bike Park, regarded as North America’s #1 rated bike park, but our biking culture doesn’t stop there! Guests can enjoy hundreds of kilometres of single-track XC trails located on Whistler’s Valley floor. If you’re looking to slow things down, you can also check out Whistler’s popular road biking network or grab your cruiser bike and hit the Whistler Valley Trail.

Learn more about Whistler’s massive bike network below.

Bike Friendly Accommodations rental vacation home

Bike Friendly Accommodations

Choose from a selection of properties close to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park and local trails with secure private garages where you can safely store your bike.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is the ultimate riding experience with more than 200 kilometres of lift-accessed trails, ranging from beginner to expert.

Mountain Bike Park
Cross Country Biking (XC)

Cross Country Biking (XC)

Whistler offers endless cross-country biking trails from easy green rides to technical ascents through old-growth forests. Learn about Whistler’s impressive cross-country trail system.

Road Cycling

Whistler boasts hundreds of kilometres of freshly paved road suitable for road biking. Learn about Whistler’s most popular road biking routes including Olympic Park, Pemberton Meadows and Duffey Lake Road.

road cycling
Recreation Biking

Recreation Biking

The Whistler Valley Trail is perfect for recreation biking. The trail is a 40 km paved pedestrian/bicycle trail that links parks, beaches, neighbourhoods, and playgrounds to Whistler Village.

Electric Biking

Whistler’s latest trend, electric biking allows you to comfortably explore Whistler’s biking network with the assistance of an electric powered motor.

Electric Biking