Whistler Mountain Bike ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: Whistler Blackcomb, Whistler, BC, Canada
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6049678950
- Ticket Price: 60 USD
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Mountain, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure, Adventure Sport, Nature
Whistler Mountain Bike Park - Review
The Whistler Mountain Bike Park has trails for every level rider from cruisy, open greens to double blacks featuring rock rolls, drops and perfect jumps. There are high trails, woody and forested trails and gnarly routes too. Bikers can book lessons and even rent riding gear and bikes from the ticket house. The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is considered the No.1 lift accessed downhill bike park in the world, and for good reason. It boasts of more adventurous terrain than any other bike park in North America with 4,900 vertical feet of lift-serviced descending trails.
An absolute delight for bikers and bike enthusiasts!
Whistler Mountain Bike Park Ticket Prices
Early & Late Season (May 15 - June 12 & September 8 - October 12)
- 1 Day for Adult (19 to 64) $53; Youth & Senior (13 to 18 & 65+) $46; Child(7-12) $31.
- 2 Days for Adult (19 to 64) $106; Youth & Senior $92; Child $63.
- 3 Days for Adult (19 to 64) $156; Youth & Senior $136; Child $92.
- 4 Days Adult (19 to 64) $204; Youth & Senior $177; Child $120.
Regular Season (June 13 - September 7)
- 1 Day Adult $60; Youth & Senior $52; Child $35.
- 2 Days Adult $120; Youth & Senior $104; Child $71.
- 3 Days Adult $174; Youth & Senior $151; Child $103.
- 4 Days Adult $224; Youth & Senior $195; Child $132.
How To reach Whistler Mountain Bike Park by Public Transport
- Bus: Gondola Exchange
Restaurants Near Whistler Mountain Bike Park
- Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub
- Black's Pub
- The Longhorn Saloon
- Sushi Village Japanese Restaurant
- Trattoria di Umberto
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Things to Know Before Visiting Whistler Mountain Bike Park
38.6% of people who visit Whistler include Whistler Mountain Bike Park in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
80.17% of people start their Whistler Mountain Bike Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Whistler Mountain Bike Park
82.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Whistler Mountain Bike Park
Whistler Mountain Bike Park Trips
Whistler Mountain Bike Park, Whistler Reviews
Incredible. All the fun, all the options, all the stoke. Running down from Garbanzo is one of the finest, funnest runs I've had the pleasure to ride. Doesn't matter where you are from, this is a destination that's absolutely worth the time to get here, and if you have any mountain biking experience, you will love every single second of being in this amazing place. Do not hesitate!
Let me start by saying the trails are the best in the world... but what’s not the best in the world is the rental experience. Besides the website being unintuitive, it’s seems to direct you to the parent site when you try to actually book the rental. For my visit I opted to just drive up there from Seattle and hope they had some rental bikes available. If you’re going peak season, going without reservations is a mistake. I went on a Wednesday and got there about 90 min after the rental shop opened and I got one of the last bikes in my size. The process itself was fairly easy, but it felt very rushed and disjointed. The staff was all very helpful and friendly but the system and process itself is poorly designed. On the back of my rental form was a pre-ride checklist that the rental tech just checked off each box without even looking at the bike. The bike itself was their “premier” downhill bike, which was much too small for me, being 6’4” 220lbs. They only have S,M,L. Once I got on the bike, the components on the handlebars were loose, which I didn’t notice until I was at the top of the lift. During the rental process they didn’t offer to adjust the suspension, adjust the seat, or any other standard procedures that you would expect when renting a bike. Maybe because I had my own pads and helmet I gave the illusion that I was going to set it up myself? Either way the bike performed poorly. I went back to the rental shop and had them adjust a few things, but again they were understaffed and rushed. At other bike parks I typically spend 10 to 15 minutes with the tech while they adjust the bike to my specifications. Again none of this is specifically the fault of any one person, the space they have to work with is limited, and there just isn’t enough room to have multiple people getting their bikes set up all at the same time. Hence the reason I was rushed out the door. They need a larger space. All in all, I might ride there again, but I will most likely bring my own bike, or seek bike rental elsewhere.
This is the best mountain bike park in the world and continues to develop. What an incredible place. Every biker should come to Whistler at least once in their life - downhill, cross country, or road...doesn’t matter, Whistler has it.
It’s got a reputation for a reason, the trails are pretty amazing. I think they could do a better job on maintaining the outlying trails. Creek side is the spot for me, super chilled no lines. They should also have a separate que for bike passes in the little hut in the village; I had to line up for an hour one morning with the tourists.
Best bike park ever. So many trails and they're still building! Of course the prices reflect the quality of the park - very high. But well worth the price