Yeah, they're gonna ride the bike park. They're just warming up right now. Some of them may never come back to Norcal.jeng said:Are you guys gonna ride the bike park? The surrounding trails are fun but the bike park is were it's at. Your skillz will improve greatly from a few days of down only. Start on Crank it Up for warm up and go from there. Come back a bunch of downhill maniacs :thumbsup:
Fly into Vancouver, take a shuttle to Wtown, get a hotel, or if you are cheap, camp at the rv park or try the hostel. Don't show up without reservation.PlasticBike said:So, can anyone describe the mechanics of a Whistler trip for me?
If you are in a hotel, you are in the resort. There might be some B&B options, research.Do you stay at the resort proper, or do you get a hotel nearby?
Hotels have lockups. Bring your cable locks.Where do you keep your bikes?
No, but you can ride to them. Get a map, navigation is pretty easy in the valley.Are all the trailheads in the same place, or do you need to arrange transport?
Yes and No. Khyber Pass, Tunnel Vision are outside the park but doable via the lifts. Most people riding the bike park stay to the park trails.Do the bike park trails connect to the surrounding stuff?
I want to go! Thanks for the eye candy, Baycat and Grrrah.
for a B & B option try Whistler Mountain House. The owner Martin also teach and guides in the bike park. I stayed with him for five days this month. It is located just south of the main village. You can ride back from the Bike Park right across the street from the place.knobs said:If you are in a hotel, you are in the resort. There might be some B&B options, research.
Hotels have lockups. Bring your cable locks.