Whistler downhill Mountain biking
With hundreds of miles of the best single track riding in the world, it is hard to know where to start. Our mountain bike trail guide will give you a general description on routes and trails in the Whistler valley.
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Mellow - gentle rolling landscapes, consistent gravel area.
Intermediate - some climbing associated with some mixed surface terrain and technical functions.
Advanced- some hard climbing areas with diverse area, falls, bridges and rock faces.
Insane- you get the message hopefully! Not to ever be studied gently, big consequenses.
Cross Country- lots of moving terrrain with good views plus some technical features.
Totally free Ride - diverse landscapes with plenty of drops, rock faces and man-made hurdles.
Downhill - hold onto your caps right here since these children digest parts both technical and person.
Non Technical - these trails feature climbs and physical fitness challenges not much technical cycling on plush tracks.
Length: 4 kilometer Status: Open Kind: Cross-country, Difficulty: Advanced
Length: 3 km Status: Open Kind: Cross Country, Difficulty: Intermediate
Length: 2.5 km Status: Open Type: Cross-country, Difficulty: Advanced
Length: 2 km Reputation: Open Type: Downhill, Difficulty: Advanced
Length: 2 km Reputation: Open