Mountain Biking in Whistler BC
Explore the breathtaking mountains and trails of Whistler with a bicycle. Mountain biking in Whistler BC offers endless adventure for every skill level and trail type. Come get geared up with a mountain bike and more for your upcoming adventure.
What to Bring
- Active clothing
- Bug repellant
- Water bottle(s)
- Hiking/cycling shoes
- Raw, powerful energy
- No water bottle? No problem. You can get these when you arrive to stay hydrated on your ride.
- Book a private tour for a fully custom experience based on your skills and preferences.
- Bring your own SPD style shoes or wear a pair of active runners.
Mountain Biking Inquiry:
- I’m not experienced so how do I explore Whistler on a mountain bike?
Whistler has more than 200 trails to explore through its valley. You can soak in some views with minimal strain and speed on a sightseeing tour. You’ll access entry-level trails and around the Lost Lake.
- Can I rent a mountain bike?
High-performance mountain mikes are available for rent by the day or by the hour.
- Should I bring medical insurance?
It is highly advised that you have medical insurance prior to your mountain biking adventure in Whistler. You are responsible for your well-being and should understand the limitations of your riding abilities.
- How fit do I need to be?
There are trails suitable for every skill level. From a leisurely ride to sport-level trips to expert excursions, there’s an adventure that can accommodate every physical condition. However, training before you arrive, especially for beginners, is highly advised.
- What do I need to bring?
You should bring your own water bottles and shoes (if you have them). If you don’t have or bring water bottles, they can be provided for you.
Wear comfortable clothing but be sure not to wear anything loose that could get caught by the bike chain or the forest surroundings.
Please bring sunglasses and bug repellant as you may be riding deep into the forest which can get buggy.
Lastly, dress for the weather. Mountain biking in Whistler can be an enjoyable experience, rain or shine, and the mountain weather can range from warm to cool throughout the day.