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Location: Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

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Web address: http://www.whistlerbike.com/index.htm

Phone Number: 1.800.766.0449

Directions: Located approximately 2 hours (115km/70 miles) from the Vancouver International Airport.
For more detailed transportation info, check out: http://www.whistlerblackcomb.com/getting_here/index.htm

Description of Bike Park:

  • Vertical 1,524 m / 5,000 ft
  • 50 trails for all ability levels (Green, Blue, Black, Double Black and Pro Line)
  • Over 200 km of lift-serviced, gravity fed, adrenaline fueled descending trails

 

Skills Centers – Each designed for a different ability

The Green Skills Center is built close to the ground for riders just learning to clear obstacles and ride planks.
The Blue Skills Center increases the difficulty by raising, narrowing and tightening all the constructed elements.
The Double Black Diamond Skills Center is for expert riders only, with a dazzling display of North Shore style obstacles.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park Highlights

The Boneyard Slopestyle Park, at the base of Whistler Mountain. You’ve seen it in the pictures and in the movies, come experience it for yourself! The features change all the time but some the favorites include: staff housing box, road gap, c-wall, golden triangle wall and the Kona Jump Farm.

Biker X Course: Take it fast, take it slow. Huge banked corners, rhythm sections, table tops, and doubles - the closest thing to flying on two wheels.

Garbanzo Bike & Bean offers the biggest and best high performance bike fleet, both downhill and valley bike rentals, serviced daily.

Magic Park: The Magic Park is easily accessed by the Magic Chair, at the base of Blackcomb Mountain. Beginners and children will love the introductory trails made especially for them. Rentals and children’s guided programs are conveniently offered the base of the Magic Park.

Not to be missed!

Kokanee Crankworx Freeride Mountain Bike festival: Kokanee Crankworx is North America’s premier summer mountain bike festival that takes place July 21-29th, 2007. Expect to be blown away with spectacular freeride mountain bike competitions, a village Expo and daily live music and entertainment. In 2006, the Kokanee Slopestyle finals saw 15,000 excited fans cheering for the best Slopestyle riders in the world.

For more information: http://www.crankworx.com

Harvest Huckfest: Our annual fall event that usually takes place on the last weekend that the Bike Park is open. The Harvest Huckfest features the Super D, Amateur Slopestyle, Earn It / Burn It, Air Dome Jump Jam and Air Dome party and movie premier.

Phat Wednesdays: Phat Wednesdays run on a bi-monthly basis starting mid-June and encompasses the Kokanee Downhill Series and the Junior Race Series

Women’s Wednesdays: Whistler Blackcomb is proud to have launched a fantastic evening program for women in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. Women's Wednesdays runs every Wednesday between 5pm and 8pm. Ticket and rental discounts plus free guides for all ability levels are just some of the perks of this new weekly event for women. See our website for details.

Programs:

  • A wide range of programs for all ages of mountain bikers. Whistler Mountain Bike Park programs are taught by highly trained instructors and mountain bike professionals who support the Bike Park’s progression of trails. http://www.whistlerbike.com/camps-lessons/camps/index.htm
  • Camps and programs taught by pro riders. They include:
    • Richie Schley Freeride Camps: 2-day camps led by a true pioneer of Freeride mountain biking. For ages 13 and up.
    • Whistler Mountain Bike Park Summer Gravity Camps: Week long camps led by X Games Gold Medalist Andrew Shandro. The coolest summer camp in the world!
    • Spokeswomen Mountain Bike Camps: 3-day women’s-only camps. A great way to inspire confidence for intermediate/advanced riders.
    • DFX / DFX Pink Freeride Club: For boys and girls 18 and younger. Learn downhill, freeride, cross-country skills at this daily drop in club.
    • Kids Mountain Bike Adventure Programs: Camps created to build up the skills for 5-7 year olds and 8-12 year olds

Alpine Guide Bike Tours:

  • Once Whistler Mountain’s abundant snow base, of over 7 feet, finishes melting, riders can take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime guided 5,000 vertical foot tour down Whistler Mountain.
  • The Whistler Mountain Peak Chair is open for advanced rider ability guided tours only.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park Sponsors: Kona, Decline Magazine, WTB, SRAM, Roach, Fox, Race Face, Mavic, Marzocchi, Hayes, Nintendo, Kokanee, Smith Optics, Camelback

Whistler Blackcomb in the summertime:

Summers at Whistler Blackcomb have exploded. In addition to the world-famous mountain bike park, Whistler Blackcomb also offers the following activities:

The Resort of Whistler:

Whistler is a friendly ski and mountain bike town located in British Columbia, Canada and is home to almost 10,000 residents. Whistler is also home to over 200 shops, 100 restaurants, 115 hotels and rental condos.

Accommodation: 1.888.403.4727


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