There are trails here for all ages and abilities that are easily accessible for those who live life on two wheels.
Technical singletrack, long rock slabs, fast, loamy descents, jump trails, climb trails and pump tracks, Squamish is a mountain biker’s paradise.
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Squamish's local mountain bike culture is friendly and welcoming, and there are a wealth of resources for riders both new to the sport and new to the area.
Riding is part of our culture and there’s a pride here in building and maintaining a world class network of singletrack and freeride trails.
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This area is located between Alice Lake Provincial Park and the Garibaldi Highlands sub division.
There is a huge variety of trails in this area with easy access to a massive network.
All varieties from flow to technical to steep and gnarly can be found in this zone.
There are loads of trails in this zone ranging from beginner to expert.
The majority of trails are hand built and combine technical cross country riding with some flow sections.