Whistler Cross-Country Mountain Biking

  • XC, all-mountain, enduro, trail riding? Whistler’s trail network offers plenty for those who aren’t afraid to pedal
  • Endless variety from the alpine to the rainforest with loamy turns, granite rock rolls, waterfalls and spectacular views
  • Spend weeks exploring the trails in enduro specific-rides that challenge and reward in equal measure

Cross-Country Trail Maps

View our Cross-Country Bike Trail Map        showing local valley singletracks accessible via the valley trail.

Online Trail Database

View our Online Trail Database showing cross-country and downhill trails around Whistler. Mobile friendly version available.

Sea to Sky Trail

The Sea to Sky Trail is a non-motorized, multi-use trail currently under construction in the Whistler area. When complete, the 180 km trail will connect Sea to Sky communities from D'Arcy to Squamish. To learn more about the project and see which sections of the trail have been finished, please visit the project website.

Cross-Country Tours

Whistler offers fantastic cross-country riding that will have you adventuring through the forest and sharpening your skills in no time. If you are learning how to tackle the trails or simply want to explore the vast trails network around Whistler, there is a tour to satisfy your desire to get rolling.

Tour Description Price
Half Day Guided Whistler Lake Tour Embark on a leisurely cycle along Whistler’s valley trail network with a knowledgeable guide. Take in some of BC’s striking mountain landscape while you ride through lush forests & visit some of the many pristine lakes dotted throughout the valley. Half Day tours run for 3 hours. Max 4 riders per group. From $75 per person
Half Day Guided Cross-Country Tour With an expansive cross-country (XC) trail network with over 350km of intertwined single track, why not have your guide custom tailor an epic cross-country ride. Choose the perfect length to suit your level. This program is perfect for any level of rider with limited time, who’s looking to maximize their riding experience while in Whistler. Half day cross-country tours start at either 10 AM or 2 PM and run for 3 hours. Max. 4 riders per group. From $100 per person
Learn to Mountain Bike Have you always wanted to venture beyond the pavement and explore single track trails? Join an adventure guide as they introduce the skills needed to safely explore mountain biking terrain. All skill levels are welcome. Tours are 2 or 3 hours duration with private or group tours available. From $109 per person
Valley Bike Tours Enjoy scenic Whistler by mountain bike. Learn about the history, geography and the key nature spots with qualified guides. From beginner to intermediate, your skill level will be catered for. From $110 per person
Mountain Biking 101 1.5 hour duration. Whether you’re looking for an introduction to the basics, or the opportunity to enhance your riding skills on climbs, drops, structures and technical sections, the team at Cross Country Connection will get you riding with confidence. From $119 per person
Lost Lake Park Tour A "must do" while in Whistler. Lost Lake Park is a bikers paradise. From easy rolling paths to West-Coast style trails, this tour will take you to all corners of these scenic Whistler highlights. Tour duration is 2 hours and suitable for all ability levels. Rates includes bike & helmet. From $119 per person
Single Track Tour A custom built tour geared to your needs and your riding. Explore the trails that make this Valley famous. Take full advantage of your riding time in Whistler by teaming up with an experienced guide who knows the area. From $138 per person

Cross-Country Bike Tour Offers

Cross-Country Bike Rentals

Search below choose from the latest in cross-country bikes. Frame size may be determined upon pick-up.

Whistler Off Road Cycling Association (WORCA)

WORCA is the local non-profit group responsible for maintaining many of Whistler’s mountain bike trails to the highest environmental standard possible, as well as advocating for mountain bike trail access. In addition to trail work, they run regular bike events including the Toonie Ride Series, Phat Wednesday series and youth programs and clinics.

Support The Trails

The trail network that exists in Whistler today would not be possible without WORCA, who rely on volunteers and the support of member fees to keep things rolling. Consider coming out to a trail day or supporting their maintenance and construction through a WORCA membership or trail supporter pass on your next visit.

More About WORCA

You can learn more about WORCA on their website:

Whistler Mountain Biking

Insider's Guide to Whistler's
Mountain Bike Trails: Westside

The Westside bike trails are rocky, full of slabs, but no stranger to flow. It’s thrilling, it’s challenging, and most of all, it’s good fun.

Mountain Biking British Columbia

Autumn Biking On Whistler's XC Trails
Insider Video

Biking starts when the snow melts and continues until it covers the trails again. Watch local riders rip it up in classic fall conditions.

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Photos of Cross-Country Biking in Whistler