Whistler Bike Park - TRAIL

Whistler Bike Park - Trail, Whistler, Bikeparks

Whistler is a premier bike park destination.
A downhill ride of more than 100km of lift-serviced trails; large berms, high speed sections, jumps, drop-offs of every description. The Mountain Bike Park also features a BikerCross Course and 3 skills centres.

A-line Trail Reviews»» (15 reviews, 4.93 out of 5 rating)
B-line Trail Reviews»» (3 reviews, 3.33 rating)
Dirt Merchant Trail Reviews»» (1 review, 5 rating)

User Reviews (16)

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TC   [Aug 17, 2002]

This is the best downhilling I have ever experienced. The mountain has everything you could imagine, a World Cup Downhill coure, North Shore style trails, technical trails, smooth trails with lots of jumps, and one of the best things about whistler is the bikercross course.

Similar Products Used: Some of the best trails on the mountain are Joyride, Crack addict, and Crabapple Hits.
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Shanedawg   [Oct 03, 2002]

I LOVED this park!! I usually ride at the mountain bike park at Northstar-at-Tahoe in california and I'll tell you Whistler puts it to shame. The trail builders, lift designers, village staff, and everyone involved with the resort are the best anywhere. One of things that I liked the most was the fact that I was able to bring my wife who is a beginner and we both had a blast because they have built trails for every level of rider. The trail sections with obstacles are also well marked so you can prepare for upcoming drops and jumps and have the most fun. We drove for over 22hrs to get there and it was so worth it. Man, I can't wait to go back. My wife now wants to move there so she can go mountain biking all the time. How cool is that?
-Shane

Customer Service

All the trails are really amazing. Just follow the trail difficulty rating on the map provided and pick the ones that meet your skill level.

Similar Products Used: There are many trails in the area that we did not get a chance to ride. The folks at the bike shop in the basement of the Delta Whistler Resort were very cool and pointed out some good trails on the map we bought there. The map is nice because it has ratings for technical and fitness levels for each trail.
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John Blair   [Nov 05, 2002]

This isn't a detailed review because it just doesn't get any better than Whistler's Bike Park. Five nobbies all the way.

Customer Service

Take the Gondola up from Whistler Village.

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Patrick   [Apr 02, 2003]

I did the bike park once last year and got addicted to the need for speed so I decided to move up here. so here i am spring is almost upon the beautiful city of whistler and i and many others are anxious for the snow to melt and the bike park to start up.
the more people that come up here for biking the better because then they will have to expand even further.
everything about the park rocks there is something plus a little more for everyone
also don't miss out on the dirt jumps and obstacle course over by the skateboard park it's a good place to learn the tricks of the trade (logs teeters stairs planks and more) and get good before paying for the lift ticket to get into the park.

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Larry,Trace,Justin   [May 14, 2003]

OH MY GAWD!!!
Oregon, HELL the entire globe could learn a thing or two from the crew and trail system @ Whistler! Such amazing staff, such heavenly trails! WoW! WoW! Saving for next month to make it a once a month commute!!! Bring your viagra 'cause the mountain will last longer than you do!

Customer Service

Just take the lift up to the sky!

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Steve   [May 31, 2003]

The bike park is sick. Everything from jumps, berms, drops, steeps, and technical. It gets busy, but most people just ride A-line all day so the other trails are empty. It's even open 3 nights a week till 8 so you can ride after work. This park is so good, I ride it 3-4 times a week and never get sick of it. If you come here check out the other Whistler trails too- you have to climb up, but it's usually worth it for the ride down.

Anyone who doesn't like it doesn't have the right bike. If you don't, just throw down and rent a badass DH bike from one of the shops in town. Oh ya- rumor has it there will be public trails from the top half of the mountain down within the year!

Customer Service

Schleyer, Downhill, A Line, Dirt Merchant, Joyride.

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