British Columbia

Bike parks in British Columbia.

Panorama Mountain Village
Dates: Opens daily July 1st
Trails: With cross-country loops, paved trails, and lift-accessed terrain, Panorama has over 50 km of trails to choose from both on and off the mountain. In the bike park, riders can find 17 downhill trails, a drop park, and two separate dirt jump trails.
Details: Bike and equipment rentals are offered through the resort.

Silver Star
Dates: Opens June 24th
Trails: The bike park at Silver Star offers lift access riding seven days a week. With 19 different trails, bikers can choose from single-track, cross-country, and technical downhill trails.
Details: Bike rentals and instructional clinics are available through the resort.

Sun Peaks Resort
Dates: Opens June 30th
Trails: With 2,000 vertical feet of lift accessed terrain and 29 different trail offerings, Sun Peaks BC Mountain Biking Park has something for riders of all ability levels. Atop the Sunburst Express, riders have access to single-track, technical downhill, machine-made trails, and a freeride park.
Details: Visit their website for more info regarding the summer camps that MTB pros Graham Agassiz and Matt Hunter helped to develop.

Dates: Currently open
Trails: The world-renowned Whistler Bike Park boasts an impressive 4,946 vertical feet of riding terrain and has trails for every skill level. With 47+ trails including single-track, cruisers, 2 skill centers, and multiple freeride and slopestyle courses, this monumental bike park spans over 250 km.
Details: Check out Whistler’s website to get more information on their summer plans, including the 10-day Kokanee Crankworx festival.


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Big White, British Columbia

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Icefall Lodge, BC

Icefall Lodge, British Columbia

A backcountry touring lodge and home of the 7,500-foot run.