In most cases, we recommend spending most (or possibly all) of your time based in Whistler where you`re within easy reach of Squamish, Pemberton and Whistler trails. From here you also have easy access to the Whistler bike park, amazing hikes, alpine lakes as well as restaurants, shops and bars all in a bike friendly environment.

You can also book a float plane to take you deep into the chilcotin range for spectacular alpine riding.

Read on below to find out more about each of these areas then drop us a line to let us know what sounds best. From there we`ll work with you to assemble an epic itinerary based your interests, length of stay and skill level.


Whistler has a little bit of everything  with an exceptional alpine trail network, technical descents, challenging slabs and fast, flowy intermediate trails. With a selection of accommodations, restaurants  and endless off-bike activities, Whistler is an ideal place to spend your West Coast holiday.


The Squamish trail network offers some of the best sub-alpine riding in the sea to sky corridor with a mix of machine built trails, steep descents and incredible rock features. When conditions are hot and dry, Squamish is a great place to ride thanks to milder temperatures and the thick forest canopy that protects the trails from the summer sun.


Just 20 minutes North of Whistler, Pemberton also has a wide variety of amazing trails. With its inland location you can typically expect conditions to be hotter and drier than on the coast. Head to Pemberton early in the season or when its raining elsewhere to be rewarded with incredible riding on tacky trails.


Get off the beaten path and head to the Chilcotin range where hundreds of kilometers of spectacular alpine single track await. Our partners at Tyax adventures will fly us and our bikes in their DeHavilland beaver float plane to a high alpine lake to begin our ride. From there we`ll spend 1-4 days pedaling our way through the Chilcotin range stopping off in the evenings at their full service, hosted backcountry camps.