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Guided Electric Bike Tour in Whistler

  • This tour is ideal for first-time visitors of Whistler
  • Learn about the best places to eat and drink from your guide
  • There are several departure times available throughout the day
Guided Electric Bike Tour in Whistler
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Explore Whistler safely and easily with this guided electric biking tour. The e-bikes offer riders a little extra oomph getting around and allow groups of varying biking abilities to ride along together. On this tour, pedal through towering old-growth forests, feel the refreshing alpine streams, and pass through the affluent Benchlands neighborhood, all while taking in views of the Canadian Rockies.
What to Expect

With more than 2,000,000 visitors annually, Whistler, British Columbia is one of the premier resort destinations in the Pacific Northwest.  This 3-hour guided e-bike tour offers a safe and convenient way to experience the incredible scenery without venturing too far away from the comforts and amenities the area has to offer.  E-bikes are a new, environmentally friendly form of transportation offering all the capability of a modern bicycle but with an electric motor to assist in climbing hills or increasing speed.  Each e-bike allows the rider to choose just how much of an assist they want, making it an ideal option for groups of varying capabilities. 

The tour starts near a downtown shopping center behind a local pub.  After taking a moment to familiarize yourself with the electric bike and its operation, you will don your helmet and begin your exploration through 400-year-old cedar forest, past the gently flowing Fitzimmons Creek comprised of glacial run-off, across alpine ecosystems, and end up at the monumental Olympic Celebration Plaza built for the 2010 Winter Games. 

Throughout the ride, your knowledgeable guide will fill you in on the all the best places to eat, drink, explore, and stay safe while you look for bears and stop for photographs of the pristine snow capped peaks surrounding you.  Depending on the time of day, the trip includes a stop for pastries and deserts at a delicious local bakery. 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The best part of this guided tour was the tour guide: Ash! Very thoughtful, informative, funny and friendly. Made the trip a complete success! With all the bike trails in Whistler and the battery charged bike, it really make the tour enjoyable. I highly recommend...More

Thank Loserpants
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great way to see more of Whistler!!

The e bike tour is a great way to see parts of whistler you wouldn’t have ordinarily seen. All of the sites are absolutely stunning, especially the green glacier waters. The bikes are easy to use, and you can set them at different levels depending...More

Thank Connor G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great activity

Great tour - really nice way to see Whistler on a summery day with lots of interesting info - added bonus was that we saw a bear!

Thank Ainsley B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Excellent way to see Whistler

Have been to Whistler a few times but never explored the variety (and extensive network) of bike trails. With the assisted pedal power of an e-bike it was the perfect way to get around and explore Whistler beyond the village. We covered a lot of...More

Thank vansandy2016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bicycle on steroids

I'm not an avid biker and it was my first time on an electric bike. I was nervous to give it a try, but it was great! It took about a minute to feel pretty comfortable on the pedal assist bike. There was no throttle,...More

Thank M0n1caKarl
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