Whistler Mountain Bike Park

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Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Whistler Mountain Bike Park
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Whistler Mountain Bike Park has something for every level of rider. Gentle, banked cruisers through the Coastal forest. Tight and twisty single track - perfect for intermediate riders. For the armour clad, full face wearing, 50lb. bike group there are steep rock faces, gnarly, root strewn lines, drop offs of all descriptions and more.
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yannicknancy142
Montreal, Canada21 contributions
Well designed and cared for!
Sep 2020
From beginner to advanced riders you will find trails to match your skills and progress. So much work goes into maintaining the trails, it is quite impressive.
Written September 15, 2020
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Dude418
Canmore, Canada21 contributions
The most memorable mtb experience in America
Aug 2020
The best in North America by far. Super long steeps flow technical Trails it's all there. Have fun and be safe...
Written September 1, 2020
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SiYauKai
Vancouver, Canada108 contributions
Thrilling experience!
Aug 2020
First time to try mountain biking, so joined the Whistler Blackcomb bike school for a 3-hour private lesson., which comes with bike rental, helmet, safety gear, and lift pass. Instructor gave a quick explanation on how to ride bike, and what to do in turns, then off we went on our first green run. We tried a blue course on the last/3rd run, and it was a bit more challenging in the turns, and we fell off bike once, so not too bad :) Best part, we did not have to wait in line for the bike lifts... that alone, saved us a lot of time!
Written August 30, 2020
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Yoon
Surrey, Canada39 contributions
nice (execpt for ticketing)
Jul 2020
I pre reserved my tickets online and went to the bike park. First thing that happened was that There is no way of knowing where to pick up your ticket, The guy at the ticket counter said go there, but when we got to the place where the guy poinetd, they said go somewhere else, I went to the bike schools and the lady there Finally got me the ticket. other than that it was an nice
Written July 28, 2020
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Paul C
Vancouver, Canada2 contributions
The Best
Jul 2020
Unbelievable time, I started mountain biking 15 years ago and I can't believe this was my first time. So great and I will be back!
Written July 28, 2020
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William Myers
Jasper, Canada23 contributions
FULL ADVENTURE DAY !!!
Aug 2019
I am not an expert driving bicycles, this place is excellent to practice and make it a favorite pastime, always taking the security measures, in case you did not have many places to rent bicycles and protective equipment, this place is ideal for a day of complete adventure, dare to descend the various trails....
Written June 20, 2020
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oko42
Havant, UK20 contributions
Fantastic
Sep 2019
Excellent organisation of the lifts, very smooth operation. Brilliant variety of graded trails which you can work your way through. Good for experienced cyclists, but challenging for the absolute beginner. Worth hiring protective gear if you haven't taken yours. Check when the season starts and finishes before you go.

Although it looked busy from the bottom, once on the hill you meet very few people. Worth checking out the various bike hire places for the best deals and booking in advance. Plenty of good bars and restaurants nearby too.
Written January 2, 2020
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Mo True
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Breckenridge Beaver Run
Sep 2019 • Couples
The town of Breckenridge is enchanting and beautiful. Our stay at Beaver Run resort was excellent. The suite was not the most modern, yet it was clean, comfortable and had a well appointed kitchen and also had a fireplace. This had to be the most relaxing weekend I’ve had in a long time.
Loved the entire experience!
Written October 25, 2019
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jameskinnear39
Conflans Sainte Honorine, France12 contributions
Mountain Biking with my Grandsons
Sep 2019
On a cloudy and not so warm day, it seemed like thousands took to the trails, all decked out in the latest of biking equipment. It certainly appeared that the shops catering to this set of customers were enjoying a landslide business. This is a sport that is not for the faint of heart as the no fear youngsters are in full gear as they plummet carefree down the trails, and it is not considered appropriate to get in their way. There are trails for the novice types.
Written October 9, 2019
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Anthony Joh
Victoria, Canada11 contributions
Your first time will suck but it will get progressively better
Sep 2019
Unless you are an experienced mountain biker with a high level of skill, be prepared for your first trip to Whistler Bike Park to be a bit of a disappointment.

The trail signage is confusing, the braking bumps are brutal, the Aussie staff yell at you if you can't get on the lift right, and it seems like everyone else knows exactly what to do and is having the time of their lives. So you're left stuck there wondering why you've spent an outrageous amount of money to come to Whistler for this lacklustre experience.

What I can tell you is that if you stay a few days or come back a few times, eventually it will all come together for you and you will begin to enjoy the magic that is Whistler Bike Park. You start to learn some of your favourite trails, figure out how to ride over the braking bumps, master getting your bike on the lift, and slowly start to enjoy your time there.

The great thing about Whistler is the large variety of trails and the opportunity it offers for you to level up fairly quickly. Don't like technical stuff? Head over to Creekside for some nice flowy trails. Learning to Jump? Crank It Up is your best friend for the day. Love single track? Samurai Pizza Cat and Ninja Cougar should be the trails you ride.

Could Whistler management do better in running the park? ABSOLUTELY! They need to train their Aussie staff much MUCH better. Put up better signage. Increase trail maintenance. Offer deals when the full mountain isn't open.

Will they do these things? Probably not as the mountain is so popular that they know people will continue to come no matter what the level of customer service is. This is disappointing for a world class destination but it's par for the course here in BC.

The best way to enjoy Whistler is to take your time to learn the mountain and find the areas that work best for you. Eventually you'll get into the groove of the place and will be having the time of your life in no time at all.
Written September 28, 2019
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