- Blueberry Crumble - Expert, Connects the After Atlantis
with the Badlands (Expert) and Golden Triangle
- Badlands - Expert, Connects the Blueberry Crumble
to the Golden Triangle
- Golden Triangle - Intermediate, Traverses the hill
forming a loop with the After Atlantis, Blueberry Crumble and Badlands
- Rippin Rutabaga - Intermediate, Downhill section
from the After Atlantis
- Crabapple - Easy/Intermediate, Follows a ski trail from the Atlantis
- Fantastic - Intermediate, Branches from the downhill
off the Olypic Station to the Olympic Meadows Lookout then turns into
the Oly Oly Road
- Old Oly Road - Easy, Starts at the bottom of the
Fantastic and traverses the hill
- Northwest Passage - Intermediate, Starts just off
of the 201 and follows over to Whistler Creek
- Ho Chimin - Easy, Connects the 201 to the BMX
- Northern Lights - Expert, Twisting down hill it snakes
back and forth across the ski trail
- BMX - Intermediate, Connects the main trail system
to the Comming Home Trail
- Dual Slalom - Expert, Just as the name suggests
- Coming Home - Easy, The final trail home to the base
of the Mountain
- 101 - Easy, Short connector between the Old Oly Oly
Road and the 201
- 201 - Easy, Connects the 101 tot he Ho Chimin or
the Northwest Passage
- 301 - Intermediate, Connects the Oly Oly Road to
the Norhten Lights or you can climb back up the 401
- 401 - Intermediate, From the intersection of the
101 and 201 to the Northern Lights (Expert)
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Trails in Vancouver Coast & Mountians
- Elfin Lakes The trail is in the Diamond Head of Garibaldi
Provincial Park area and travels to the shelter at elfin lake over 16km.
Expect to climb a lot but the scenery is well worth it.
- Valley Cliffe Trails Located in Sqaumish this area has several trails
with excellent single track. Follow loggers lane north east from the
lights on highway 99.
- Brohm Lake South This is a whole network of trails which can be
accessed from Alice Lake Provincial park but might best be accessed
from hwy 99 south of Brohm Lake, as the name implies. The area includes
the Cat Lake Trails and the Garibaldi Highlands Trails. Difficulties
really vary with easy fireroad and steep twisting single track along
with good climbings and easy flowing decents.
- Sea to Sky Trail This is a work in progress and what a piece
of work it is. Winding its way through some of the worlds most breathaking
scenery the trail is spectacular. With plans to go from south of Squamish,
through Whistler, Pemberton and then on to D'Arcy this is a hell of
a ride. The section from Squamish past Whistler is already open and
the rest will be completed shortly. You can access the trail in several
area for short rides or you can attempt the whole 150kms. The trail
- Whistler Interpretive Forest This area lies north of Whistler
just above Alpha Lake. Turn north on the westside main road which follows
the Cheakamus River. The area has five trails which range from easy
- Whistler There are lots of great rides around town which
will satisfy everyones expectations. Easy trials through the lost lake
area are contrasted by break burners such as the North West Passage.
There are several trails on the west side of Alta Lake for expert riders.
Following Alta Lake Road will lead you to some awesome single track.
More riding can be found on the east side of Green Lake and to the north
along 16 mile creek.
- Pemberton/Mosquito Lake There are a number of trails south of Pemberton
including the area around Nairn Falls Provincial Park but the best of
the best is the Mosquito Lake Trails. There are over ten excellent trails
here ranging from easy flat loops to some almost impossible sections.
Definatly look before you leap in this area.
- Chilliwack/Vedder Mountain The
Chilliwack area has some excellent backcountry biking mostly in the
form of abandoned logging and fireroads. Very close to Vancouver you
can camp at Cultus Lake and start exploring the region using this as
your base camp. Vedder Mountain is one of the places you might want
to check out.
- Grouse Mountain/North Shore Trails. Considered
some of the gnarliest and best in the world. While you can still find
some easy rides on jeep and single track the focus here is becoming
extreme. If slick mud, water soaked roots, wicked drop-offs don't get,
you some of the trail builders have added even meaner elements to bend
your metal. It doesn't matter how good you are you'll find your match
on one of these trails. You can access the trails at the end of Mountain
Highway in North Vancouver. See Mount Seymour for more north shore trails.
- Mount Seymour/North Shore Trails Considered
some of the gnarliest and best in the world. There is not much easy
riding (see the Lynn Valley Trials for easier rides) here the focus
is definately on the extreme. Like the Grouse trials we're lookin at
slick mud, water soaked roots, wicked drop-offs and some of the steepest
single track you'll find anywhere. If your good you'll get better, if
your bad you'll get broken. You can access the trails from Old Buck
logging road just at the base of Mount Seymour Road.
- Lynn Valley These are some relatively easy trails in
great surroundings. The Lynn Canyon is a beautiful area. You can enjoy
the day here or use it for a warm-up for the nearby "North Shore
Trails". Access just east of Lynn Canyon, turn north from Kieth
onto Riverside Drive and go to the end of the road.
- Powell River Trails/Duck Lake Trails Nice
riding in an easily accesible area. Follow Duck Lake Road to north from
Hwy 101 to the access point.
Sea Wall - Vancouver
Sea Wall - An excellent
paved and shared trail which is slowely working its way
around the cities periphery. It follows the shore from
Kitsilano Beach, around False Creek and then out to
English Bay and Stanley Park. The sea wall is not only a
great recreation trail but works well for some commuters.
Stanley Park - Vancouver
The ride around the
outside of the park along the sea wall is a must. This is
an excellent way to get to know the area and really
appreciate the park. Take a couple of hours or all day
long this ride is well worth any time spent.
Valley Railroad - Hope, Fraser Valley,
Vancouver Coast and Mountains