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Level: Advanced
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: One-way
Elevation: +782/2 ft
Total: 32 riders
 

Mountain Biking Whistler Bike Park Peak Zone

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#258 of 1,207 mountain bike trails in British Columbia
#8496 in the world

The Peak Zone is a mind-blowing experience which takes the flow that the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is famous for and drops it on the Peak of Whistler Mountain. With some of the world's best riding set against the granite spires of the Coast Range, Top of the World trail is the pinnacle of alpine riding.

Beginning at the top of the Peak Chair on Whistler Mountain, Top of the World will take you through Whistler's insane alpine environment on tacky smooth single track filled with built up berms, switchback corners and fun flowy descents along the way. The trail winds its way down the back side of Whistler Mountain, dipping into areas not even open for skiing in the winter. It bisects Highway 86 and rolls along the Peak to Creek magnum opus ski run before cutting back over to Highway 86 where it joins the Garbonzo Zone

Vertical: 347 m / 1,091 ft
Lift Access: Peak Chair

100% Advanced (2 Trails)

NOTE: An ADDITIONAL lift pass is required for the Peak Chair (in addition to regular bikepark access). Numbers are limited.

First added by justin70 on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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  • justin70
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    I was hoping that the Top Of The World trail was really more of a blue-black, and it was just listed as black to keep novices off it... But the first third of it was humblingly technical, for me.

    Lots of rocks to negotiate, and technical rocky descents at beyond my comfort level.

    The scenery is great, and it is an achievement to complete - more som if you are closer to intermediate than expert. Was it worth the extra lift ticket and being tired enough to shorten the days ride afterwards? I am not so sure.

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