Family Bike Rides
Summer months in Whistler are the perfect time to get on the bike. Rent your bicycles and explore picturesque trails:
Valley Trail - a gentle network of paved, multi-use paths connecting Whistler’s neighbourhoods. The Valley Trail is one of Whistler’s most popular attractions. This paved, three-metre wide, multipurpose trail with easy grades currently runs 40 kilometers from the Cheakamus Crossing to Green Lake and Emerald Estates. The trail is designed to connect all subdivisions to the destination parks (Alpha Lake, Wayside, Lakeside, Rainbow, Meadow Park and Lost Lake parks), to schools, the village core and Whistler Creek. Valley Trail Map
Olympic Park - Bring your bicycles and explore the Olympic Park trails and pathways – including 6 km of paved trails and 40 km of unpaved ski trails and roadways. Learn about the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the athletes and their stories on a bike guided tour of Whistler Olympic Park. Starting from the Biathlon Stadium we will make our way through the Cross Country Ski and Ski Jumps venue areas. Then, making our way to the Top of the World trail we will enjoy wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. You will gain an appreciation for this outstanding setting and why it was chosen to host the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Nordic events.
Olympic Park Explorer Tour - This bike tour encompasses the whole “Discovery Tour” plus, a more deeper exploration of the Callaghan Valley. We will bike all the way to Madeley Lake through the Norwegian Wood trail embedded within magic waterfalls and peaceful natural environment. As you ride, you will learn about the colorful flora, characteristic fauna, geology and cultural history of this distinctive location. You’ll enjoy an up close and personal look at the elements that comprise the Whistler Olympic Park and the Callaghan Valley.
We will lead you through the trails and ensure you don’t miss a thing. A real bike exploration!