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YOUR ROADTRIP TO FLOWY TRAILS

Kamloops and Williams Lake have deep histories in mountain biking and communities that take pride in their trails. Known for their vast, rolling mountains and fast, flowy trails, these towns will leave you with a smile on your face. Linking up these two stops will make for one memorable road trip filled with beautiful scenery and extra special BC riding.

Ride statistics

Bike Communities
2
Number of Trails to Access
500+
Crowds
0
Kamloops

Kamloops

Home to the Kamloops Bike Ranch, Canada’s largest municipal bike park, Kamloops is known as a mountain biking mecca with vast landscapes, rolling hills, and expansive bike trails. Riders of all levels can experience the flowy trails and wide-open vistas that make Kamloops a special place to ride a bike.

Number of Trails:
272
Highest Elevation:
1,482 m
Trails:
easy
111
intermediate
114
difficult
40
extra difficult
7
Williams Lake

Williams Lake

Known as “the Shangri-La of mountain biking”, this welcoming bike community has taken pride in building their trail systems. Flowy, fun and unique, the bike trails here will leave you understanding why it was named this mystical utopia.

Number of Trails:
173
Highest Elevation:
1,328 m
Trails:
easy
28
intermediate
96
difficult
46
extra difficult
3

Vast and Flowy Inspiration

Stories from Kamloops and Williams Lake.

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