British Columbia has long been regarded as the North American mecca of mountain biking, with Whistler attracting riders the world over to its constantly evolving terrain. The resort is just as well known for its progressive downhill features as it is for its flowy cross-country trail network, and they can accommodate packs of frothing 20somethings as well as families just looking for a mellow cruise. (Plus, poutine. I mean, come on.)
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Summer’s officially here, so there’s no better time to drag your steed outta the garage and start building that saddle callus back up in preparation for the chance to ride 300 miles of classic Canadian singletrack (or get some lift assistance at the Whistler Bike Park)—on someone else’s dime. Tourism Whistler is offering up a dream prize package to the person who uploads the photo that best illustrates why he or she deserves to pay a visit to mountain biking’s promised land. Even better? You get to bring a friend (who maybe can handle the camera this time).
This mountain biking holiday in Whistler, Squamish and the Chilcotin mountains is a dream adventure for any passionate mountain biker, and the very best of mountain biking in BC.In the Whistler Valley, the Chilcotins and mountains around Squamish you’ll experience some of the most mind-blowing, spine-tingling trails that will challenge your biking skills, but also leave you sore from grinning from ear-to-ear.
Whistler is the home of Crankworx and the most iconic bike park in the world, and, arguably, some of the best natural mountain bike trails in the world. It also happens to be located on the spectacular “Sea to Sky” road, which links Whistler to other incredible biking spots in this part of British Columbia.On this week-long mountain biking extravaganza in BC you’ll experience the beautiful, flowing singletrack of Squamish, where you’ll learn a few skills and tips from your local guide, before graduating to your guide’s favourite natural, technical trails in the Whistler Valley.