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Vancouver, Coast & Mountains


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Leave No Trail Unturned

Imagine a place where you can give it your all and still find the undiscovered on endless trail options. Picture an incredible variety of terrain to explore—from high alpine singletrack to arguably the world’s best mountain bike park—and an amazing bike culture to boot. This place isn’t imaginary.

Whistler has hundreds of kilometres of trails, with a riding experience for the beginner to the most expert technical rider. From the 40 km (25 mi) of paved Valley Trail, the Lost Lake trail network, the Sea to Sky Trail, or some of the finest singletrack around, every member of the family can take part and enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery. This rider’s paradise features bike-friendly accommodations with secure storage areas and rental shops that stock the sweetest rides.

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Highest Elevation:
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Getting Here & Trail Access

Driving to Whistler along the aptly-named Sea-to-Sky Highway is one of the most breathtaking journeys you'll ever take.

Towering snow-capped mountains, lush green rainforests and fast-flowing, turquoise rivers will be forever etched into your memory while dring the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler.

Driving Distances & Times:

  • Vancouver - 120 km (75 mi), 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Seattle - 350 km (217 mi), 4 hours
  • Kelowna - 500 km (310 mi), 6 hours

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the closest airport with flights in and out of many international destinations, located two hours south of Whistler.

Floatplane service with Harbour Air also connects Whistler to Victoria and Vancouver from May to October. Or a private helicopter charter can get you direct to Whistler from YVR.

The trails in Whistler can be accessed from six main areas:

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Support Our Local Trails

Consider supporting the associations in Whistler that help maintain the trails and advocate for the mountain bike community.

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