Biking

mountain bike trails in whistler

 Bike Hire

Affinity Bike rental

For the best value bike rentals in Whistler, Affinity have you covered. They offer Valley Trail, Hard Tail and All Mountain bikes. Open 7 days a week over summer from 9am – 6pm with 2 convenient village locations.  With prices starting from only $40 per day for comfort bikes, there has never been a better time to get yourself out and riding!

Book with Affinity here

 

Gateway Bike rental

If the bike park is more your thing or you’re looking to get the best performance from your bike, Gateway bikes have a range of standard and performance downhill bikes as well as trail, recreational and even tandem bikes. You can find them in Village Square 7 days a week from 9am till 6pm with extended hours over peak season till 8pm. Follow the link to book early online for the best deals.

Book with Gateway here

 

E-Bikes

Spicy Bike rental

One of the latest activities to join the ever growing list of fun things to do in Whistler is to hire an Electric bike and peddle as much or as little as you like. Spicy Sports offer E-Bikes, both recreational to cruise along the valley trail and mountain for more challenging single track trails. You can find Spicy Sports in the village square as well as the upper village at the base of Blackcomb mountain 7 days a week from 9am – 6pm.

Book your E-Bike here

whistler bike park

 Bike Park / Trails

Renowned as the best bike park in the world you will have access to over 80km and 4,900 vertical feet of lift-serviced descending trails. From total beginners to seasoned professionals the bike park on Whistler mountain is sure to give you the ultimate downhill biking experience. Whistler is the host for an array of bike park events throughout summer which will leave you simply amazed at how talented these professional competitors are. For trail maps and bike park tickets visit Whistler Blackcomb HERE

 

Whistler has an abundance of recreational and cross country trails to suit any ability level. Find your balance on the surfaced valley trail then branch out with green beginner trails, blue intermediate, black advanced / difficult right through to the red extremely difficult mountain bike trails. The scenery is spectacular winding up and around lakes and snowcapped mountains, not to mention the fresh mountain air guaranteed to release those endorphins and make you feel great. Check out the map below to see just how great our biking network is and see you on the trails.

Whistler on Trailforks.com