We love mountain biking in Squamish and there are reasons why it’s a lifetime experience from bucket lists of majority of bikers – endless trails for all skill levels, amazing conditions in any weather, spectacular nature and gorgeous views blend unforgettable experience cocktail.
Squamish is known as the “Mountain Bike Capital of Canada” – with over 200km of single track. Mountain Bike Magazine rated Squamish as “one of the top 25 wildest and most exotic places to ride in the world.” Let our local, friendly, and certified guides treat you to a sweet ride!
With the largest high performance rental fleet in Squamish, we feature the new 2018 Norco Sight A1 full suspension mountain bike. The Norco Sight is the bike designed for Squamish. We have both the 27.5″ and the new 29″ wheel sizes.
For youth we have the 2018 Norco Fluid Full Suspension 26′” and 24″ and the Fluid Hard Tail 20″ with plus tires.
Choose from a multitude of mountain biking options from beginner to advanced, from cruising to crushing. Our local, friendly, knowledgeable guides
Serving up over 200 kilometers of singletrack, Mountain Bike Magazine has named Squamish as one of the top 25 wildest and most exotic places to ride in the world. Tucked between Vancouver and Whistler and situated in a valley with surrounding mountains, Squamish’s endless kilometers of mountain biking trails range from gentle cruises in the estuary and friendly cross country trails to hairball downhill descents. No matter your skill level, you will not run out of satisfying singletrack in this town.
Cultivated over years of sustainable trail development by a vibrant culture of local mountain bikers and trail builders, Squamish is home of some of Canada’s best mountain biking trails. 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.
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.