The big daddy of all bike parks.
Up to 5000ft of chair lift serviced elevation. Over 60 trails, of varying difficulties.
Come on- EPIC!!!!
Some brake bumps but not too bad.
All the lower trails that are open are in good shape, dry and tacky
Great mix of trails. I love the different ratings for flow trails and technical trails. Easy to find what trail riding you are looking for.
An amazing portion of Whistler downhill. Can't wait to go back. Garbanzo provides huge flowy trails with big jumps and awesome birms.
This place is amazing. There is a trail for everyone here. Everyone needs to experience Whistler at least once in their life.
So many trails Whistler is no doubt the best bike park in the world
High speed thrills on upper whistler mountain
It is all about the foam pit, here. As long as that is what you want - sweet!
So many trails, with variety of skill levels.
Loving Crank It Up and B Line.
Need to put on my big boy pants and try the world famous A-Line soon....
One of my all time favorite places to ride, blue velvet takes the cake because of its epic flow, berms, and jumps.
This is the upper zone of the Whistler Bike Park. There are numerous trails in this zone. The majority are very technical downhill trails with crazy roots, rocks, drops, rock faces and wooden features.* Review edited 4/15/2008
I sure hope you have some long travel and strong forearms! Cause you're gonna' need it here. This some of the gnarliest trail I've ever ridden! Be prepared for some drops, steep descents, and a little loose gravel. I like "No Joke" as my favorite way down the mountain. Make sure you have an extra tube its a LONG walk down. Also do yourself a favor and buy a full-face, mine came in very handy.
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