River Runs Through It For Mountain Biking

The 23rd most popular mountain bike trail in British Columbia.

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Northeast of Vancouver and west of Pemberton, the River Runs Through It trail is a classic 31 mile route which connects with the Chuttes & Ladder Trail and the Thrill Me - Kill Me Trail.

To reach mountain biking at the ski area by car from Vancouver, plan on at least a 3 hour drive from Vancouver. Head north out of Vancouver on Highway 1 (aka Highway 99). Continue following Highway 99 past Horseshoe Bay heading east.

Overall, River Runs Through It is the 23rd most popular mountain bike trail of all 46 mountain biking rides in British Columbia. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby River Runs Through It including Sea-To-Sky Trail, Whistler Bike Park, Rebagliati Park, Lost Lake Trail System and Comfortably Numb Trail.

River Runs Through It Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  BC Visitors (800) 435-5622; Whistler Vistors (800) WHISTLER; Whistler Offroad Cycling Association (604) 938-9893; Central Res. (800) 944-7853; Whistler Mountain Bike Park (604) 932-3111.

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Biking British Columbia" from Steve Dunn

Best Season:  Jul. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Riverside Campground (whistlercamping.com); Whislter/Alta Lake Hostel (604) 932-5492; Shoestring Lodge/Hostel (604) 932-3338

Luxury Loding:  Chateau Whistler (604) 938-8000; Summit Lodge (604) 932-2778; Adara Hotel (866) 502-3272; Pan Pacific Lodge (604) 905-2999

Breakfast Restaurant:  Moguls; Gone Bakery; Behind The Grind, Nesters

Reference Source:  click here http://www.worca.com/

Date Published:  12/24/2015

Date Updated:  7/16/2016

ID:  13193

River Runs Through It Mountain Biking Map


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