A four-season feast for every rider
Squamish is the quintessential mountain bike town boasting hundreds of kilometres of singletrack to satisfy every skill level, from gentle cruises in the estuary to hair raising downhill descents on Diamond Head. When it comes to mountain biking, few places in the world rival Squamish's legendary trails with rock slabs, deep loam, and amazing flow.
The Valleycliffe area offer expansive networks of singletrack trails that take cross-country riders through stream beds, woodlands, and granite features of Squamish’s costal forest. For big bike shuttles, Diamond Head offers paydirt and the gradual slopes and occasional technical sections of Alice Lake’s cross-country trails are perfect for first-timers. While the Squamish Valley’s dyke trails allow for a more leisurely ride along the river's edge to check out the area's spectacular mountain views.
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- Highest Elevation:
- 2,225 m
- extra difficult
Getting Here & Trail Access
Situated halfway between the metropolitan hub of Vancouver, and the world-class ski resort of Whistler, Squamish is easy to get to with lots of transportation options.
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