A Complete List Of Downhill Bike Parks in Canada + Opening Dates! [2023]

Mountain biker in the air after going over jump at bike park in Canada with snow capped mountains in background

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Looking to get your mountain bike fix this year? Check out this complete list of Canadian bike parks, along with their opening dates for the 2023 season! From big names like Whistler and Silver Star, to hidden gems like Mount Washington and Kicking Horse, there’s something for everyone. So start planning your trip and get ready to hit the trails!

Please note: I do my best to keep this comprehensive post up-to-date. If you have information that is not listed or changes that need to be made, please leave a comment or drop me a line.

Bike Parks in Canada – Mapped

Looking for bike parks south of the border? Check out my complete list of lift-served bike parks in the US.


Nitehawk Bike Park

  • Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 14 miles
  • Lifts: Bauer chairlift
  • Bike rentals: No
  • Vertical drop: 486 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Nitehawk Adventure Park, Facebook Page

Nitehawk Adventure Park is home a small bike park in Kananaskis country of Alberta, about 7.5 hours northwest of Calgary. It features a variety of trails for all levels of riders with tracks ranging from easy greens to challenging black diamonds.

Nitehawk is also home to a skills parks, a pump track, and a jump line, so you can work on your tricks and take your riding to the next level.

Mountain biker in the air over a wooden tabletop jump
Image courtesy of Nitehawk Bike Park

WinSport Bike Park

  • Location: Calgary, AB
  • Opening day: June 27th, 2022
  • Miles of trail: 7 miles
  • Lifts: ’88 Express Chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 394 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: WinSport Bike Park

Located right on the edge of the city of Calgary at the Canada Olympic Park, WinSport Bike Park is a small lift-served downhill park covering 9 acres of terrain with 14 trails. The trails range from cross-country pedals to machine-built flow tracks and jump lines.

WinSport allows offers other family-friendly activities like downhill karting, a zipline, and a summer bobsleigh.

British Columbia

Whistler Bike Park

  • Location: Whistler, BC
  • Opening day: May 13, 2022
  • Miles of trail: 58 miles
  • Lifts: Whistler Gondola, Garbanzo Express, Creekside Gondola, Peak Express
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 4,949 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Whistler Bike Park

Whistler is one of the most popular mountain bike destinations in the world, and for good reason. With over 80 trails to choose from in four different riding zones, a skills park, a huge variety of terrain, and an indoor Air Dome, there’s something for literally everyone from beginner to pro.

If you want to explore outside the park, there are hundreds of miles of pedal-accessed singletrack around Whistler as well as in Squamish, which is just 50 minutes away and is one of my all-time favorite mountain biking destinations!

Whistler Bike Park is also home to a number of events throughout the year, including Crankworx Festival which is one of the most iconic events in the industry.

If you’re looking to up your game, Whistler is the place to be.

Mountain biker descending rocky trail at Whistler Bike Park in British Columbia is snow-capped mountains in background
Top Of The World is one of the many ‘must-ride’ trails at Whistler

SilverStar Bike Park

  • Location: North Okanagon, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 86+ miles
  • Lifts: Comet Express
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 2,700 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: SilverStar Resort

SilverStar Mountain Resort in British Columbia has over 80 miles of trail to choose from, so you’re sure to find something that’s perfect for your riding level. The resort is also home to a number of events throughout the year, including the BC Bike Race and the Canadian National Enduro Series.

There’s also a terrain park for those looking to get their freestyle fix and a pump track to help you hone your skills. If you want to put your pedaling legs to use after a few days on the lifts, check out the Beowulf IMBA Epic, a 20-mile cross-country loop through the park.

Three mountain bikers on bermed singletrack trail at Silver Star Bike Park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of SilverStar Bike Park

Big White Bike Park

  • Location: Kelowna, BC
  • Opening day: June 30th, 2022
  • Miles of trail: 28 miles
  • Lifts: Bullet Chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 2,293 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Bike White Bike Park

Big White Bike Park is a relative newcomer to the Canadian Bike Park scene, but it’s quickly making a name for itself as one of the best downhill bike parks in Canada. With over 25 miles of trail ranging from beginner to expert, it’s perfect for riders of all levels.

There’s also a skills park with features for all abilities and a cross-country trail network that offers up some of the best views in the Okanagan Valley. The park is also home to a number of events, including the Big White Invitational and the Big White Enduro.

If you’re looking for a relaxed mountain biking vacation, Big White is definitely the place to be!

Mountain bikers on downhill trail at Big White Bike Park in Kelowna, British Columbia
Image courtesy of Big White Bike Park

Coast Gravity Park

  • Location: Sunshine Coast, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 5 miles
  • Lifts: Shuttle bus
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 699 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Coast Gravity Park

Coast Gravity Park is Canada’s “first low elevation mountain bike park.” Located on the Sunshine Coast just outside of Sechelt, this small park is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the best places to ride in British Columbia. Don’t be fooled by the ‘low elevation’ tagline, though. There’s some gnarly terrain here!

In addition to massive jump lines, there are also several tamer flow trails, making it a great destination for all riders, especially those looking to progress their skills.

Mountain bikers hitting large dirt jumps at Coast Gravity Bike Park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Coast Gravity Bike Park

Sun Peaks Bike Park

  • Location: Sun Peaks, BC
  • Opening day: June 17th 2022
  • Miles of trail: 43 miles
  • Lifts: Sunburst Chairlift, bike carpet
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 2,445 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Sun Peaks Resort

Sun Peaks Bike Park is a world-class mountain bike destination in the heart of British Columbia’s interior. With over 50 trails to choose from and a progression park, it’s perfect for all levels of riders.

Whether you’re looking for machine-built flow or rough and rugged DH tracks, you’ll find it at Sun Peaks. Their bike park crew are also continuously adding to and upgrading their trails, so you can be assured that your experience will be top-notch.

Sun Peaks is home to a number of events throughout the year, including the downhill and cross-country championships and the summer Crankworx series.

Two mountain bikers on singletrack crossing grassy field at Sun Peaks Bike Park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Sun Peaks Resort

Mount Washington Alpine Resort

  • Location: Courteny, BC
  • Opening day: July, 2022 (exact date TBD)
  • Miles of trail: 44 miles
  • Lifts: Hawk Express Chairlift, Eagle Quad
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 3,460 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Mount Washington Bike Park

Mount Washington is another great bike park in Canada and one of Vancouver Island’s best-kept secrets. With over 50 trails to choose from, ranging from easy green runs to challenging black diamonds, there’s something for everyone.

One of the best things about Mount Washington Bike Park are the views. They span the surrounding rugged mountain peaks all the way down to the blue waters of the Pacific. You can beat that!

Mountain biker in the air going over dirt jump at Mount Washington Bike Park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Mount Washington Alpine Resort

Fernie Bike Park

  • Location: Fernie, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 20+ miles
  • Lifts: Timber Chair, Elk Chair
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 3,383 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Fernie Bike Park

Located in the heart of British Columbia, the bike park at Fernie Alpine Resort offers everything from beginner trails to advanced dh tracks. It’s a bit of a secret among locals and those who know about it…

With two chairlifts allowing access over dozens of miles of trail and XC singletrack available for those looking for more pedaly terrain, there is no shortage of options at this mountain biking mecca!

Mountain biker riding over wooden wall ride at Fernie Bike Park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Tourism Fernie

Kicking Horse Bike Park

  • Location: Golden, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 31 miles
  • Lifts: Golden Eagle Express
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 3,700 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Kicking Horse Bike Park

Kicking Horse is a hidden gem when it comes to mountain biking. Located in the Purcell Mountains of eastern British Columbia, the park is home to over 50 trails including one of the longest descents in Canada.

Whether you’re looking for machine-built flow, rowdy descents, freeride features, or even a bit of slickrock, Kicking Horse has it all.

If you’re looking to explore further afield, Golden BC is home to dozens of miles of pedal-accessed trails as well.

Two mountain bikers on downhill trail, one going over wooden wall ride, at Kicking Horse Bike Park in British Columbia.
Image courtesy of Kicking Horse bike park

Panorama Bike Park

  • Location: East Kootenay, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 20+ miles
  • Lifts: Mile 1 Express
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 1,246 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Panorama Bike Park

If you’re looking for a mountain bike resort with a bit of an old-school vibe, look no further than Panorama Mountain Resort. Located in the Kootenay-Rocky regions of BC, this park is home to more than 20 trails with high-speed chairlift access.

From expert-level tracks like Insanity (which is a national championship track) as well as wide, easy cruisers, there’s something for every level of rider.

Two mountain bikers riding down bermed trail at Pamorama bike park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Panorama Bike Park

Revelstoke Bike Park

  • Location: Revelstoke, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 22+ miles
  • Lifts: Revelation Gondola
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 5,620 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Revelstoke Bike Park

Revelstoke is known for its legendary alpine backcountry mountain biking within both the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges as well as along the mighty Columbia River.

While much of the trails are accessed by pedaling, Revelstoke does have a lift-accessed bike park that whisks riders up near the top of Mount Mackenzie. You can then choose to continue climbing up Stoke Climb for a super long descent or head straight down on one of the park’s several downhill tracks.

Mountain biker riding down singletrack trail at Revelstoke bike park in British Columbia with beautiful mountains in distance
Image courtesy of Revelstoke Bike Park

Valemount Bike Park

  • Location: Valemount, BC
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 45 miles including surrounding cross-country trails
  • Lifts: Shuttle bus
  • Bike rentals: No
  • Vertical drop: 2,327 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Valemount Bike Park

Valemount Bike Park in British Columbia is a mountain biker’s playground. The park features over 50 trails of varying difficulty, making it a great place for riders of all skill levels. The terrain is diverse, with everything from purpose-built flowy singletrack to technical rock gardens as well as freeride features like jumps and drops. And the views are simply incredible!

To access the trails, Peak Shuttles provides a weekend shuttle service or you can shuttle yourself or use your own pedal power to get to the top.

Three mountain bikers riding over wooden ramp and drop at Valemount bike park in British Columbia
Image courtesy of Visit Valemount


Asessippi Mountain bike Park

  • Location: Dropmore, MB
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 9 miles
  • Lifts: Chairlift & magic carpet
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 344 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Asessippi Bike Park

Asessippi Bike Park is located in the heart of the prairies in Manitoba and offers a variety of trails for all levels of riders. It’s the only bike park between British Columbia in the west and Ontario to the east. What it lacks in vertical drop, it makes up for machine-built flow and progression features.

Asessippi Bike Park is only open on the weekends.

New Brunswick

Parc-Vélo Sugarloaf

  • Location: Campbellton, NB
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 24 miles including cross-country trails
  • Lifts: Chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 375 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Sugarloaf Bike Park

Sugarloaf is Canada’s easternmost downhill bike park. Located just outside of the town of Campbellton on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the park was designed and built by Whistler’s Gravity Logic, so you know it’s gotta be good.

With trails for all levels of riders from flowy bermed tracks to legit DH descents, Parc-Vélo Sugarloaf is definitely worth a visit. There are also several miles of pedaly cross-country singletrack if you want to explore farther afield.

Train of mountain bikers riding down flowy mountain bike trail at Sugarloaf bike park in New Brunswick, Canada
Image courtesy of Sugarloaf Bike Park


Horseshoe Bike Park

  • Location: Barrie, ON
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 9 miles
  • Lifts: Copeland Express
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 280 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Horseshoe Bike Park

Barrie, Ontario is an unsuspecting biker’s dream. From the lift-served trails at Horseshoe bike park to the cross-country terrain at nearby Copeland Forest, to miles and miles of scenic backroads for roadies, this area is a hidden gem.

At Horseshoe bike park, mountain bikers will find a variety of trails from bermed flow tracks to gnarly DH lines and everything in between.

Mountain bikers riding down flowy bermed trail at Horseshoe bike park in Ontario, Canada
Image courtesy of Horseshoe Bike Park

Sir Sam’s Bike Park

  • Location: Eagle Lake, ON
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 7 miles
  • Lifts: Magic Carpet
  • Bike rentals: Yes, with advanced reservations
  • Vertical drop: 257 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Sir Sams Bike Park

Sir Sam’s is a small resort in southeastern Ontario that offers weekend-only riding via their Magic Carpet lift. The terrain at Sir Sam’s is more suited toward the cross-country crowd, but you can still find some techy rock gardens and trail features as well. Plus, the views out over Eagle Lake are beautiful!

Mountain biker riding up trail at Sir Sams bike park in Ontario with lake views in background
Image courtesy of Sir Sams Bike Park



  • Location: Bromont, Quebec
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 31+ miles
  • Lifts: #8 chairlift, #5 chairlift, #4 chairlift, #3 chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 1,174 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Bromont Bike Park

Bromont bike park is one of the largest bike parks in eastern Canada and it has terrain suited for all levels of riders. With over 30 miles of trails, there’s something for everyone here from flowy easy green trails to gnarly black diamonds and everything in between.

Bromont is also home to a number of events throughout the year, including the World Cup downhill races and cross-country championship courses.

Mountain biking riding off large drop at Bromont Bike Park in Quebec during colorful fall foliage season
Image courtesy of Bromont Bike Park


  • Location: Beaupre, Quebec
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 34 miles
  • Lifts: 1 chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 2,030 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Mont-Sainte-Anne Bike Park

Mont-Sainte-Anne is one of the largest and tallest bike parks in North America with over 150 trails including connecting cross-country terrain. Like Whistler on the west coast, Mont-Sainte-Anne is a world-class mountain biking destination with riders coming from near and far to shred its trails. And it’s only 30 minutes from the metropolis of Quebec City!

Whether you’re looking for flowy singletrack or gnarly downhills, you’ll find it all at Mont-Sainte-Anne. The bike park is also home to a number of events throughout the year, including World Cup downhill races

If you’re looking for a bike park with a long history and plenty of trails to explore, Mont-Sainte-Anne is definitely worth a visit!

Mountain biker doing a wheelie over wooden bridge spanning a creek at Mont Sainte Anne bike park in Quebec
Image courtesy of Mont Sainte Anne Bike Park

Camp Fortune Bike Park

  • Location: Chelsea, Quebec
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 15 miles
  • Lifts: Skyline Chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 603 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Camp Fortune Bike Park

Camp Fortune is a small bike park located in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec in Gatineau Park. During the summer months, the lifts run on Wednesdays and on weekends.

Despite its size, Camp Fortune features a wide range of trails and terrain suited for intermediate and advanced riders. You’ll find lots of manmade features like drops and jumps as well as some old-school gnar.

Beginner riders will enjoy the pedal-accessed cross-country network (which still requires a pass).

Mountain biker sending drop on forested trail at Camp Fortune Bike Park in Quebec
Image courtesy of Camp Fortune Bike Park

Le Massif de Charlevoix Bike Park

  • Location: Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Quebec
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 14 miles
  • Lifts: Grand-Pointe Express Chairlift & Gondola
  • Bike rentals: Yes
  • Vertical drop: 2,216 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Le Massif Bike Park

Le Massif Bike Park is a new bike park in Canada (its first year was 2021) and it’s a great destination for all levels of riders. The trails range from fun, fast, flow tracks, to techier trails with cool features – both manmade and natural. Plus, the bike park is situated right above the mighty St. Lawrence River, so the views are spectacular!

Mountain bikers riding down bermed flow trail at Le Massif Bike Park in Quebec
Image courtesy of Le Massif Bike Park

Montcalm Bike Park

  • Location: Rawdon, Quebec
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 9 miles
  • Lifts: 1 chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Unknown
  • Vertical drop: 414 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Montcalm Bike Park

Most of the information online about Montcalm Bike Park is in French, so I found it a bit challenging to research exactly what Montcalm is about… (If anyone speaks French or has ridden at Montcalm, chime in in the comments!).

Located about an hour north of Montreal, Montcalm is a small bike park with a handful of trails ranging from cruisy flow tracks to a double black proline. Judging from photos and videos, it looks pretty old school with lots of rocks and roots characteristic of the east coast!


Mt. Sima Bike Park

  • Location: Whitehorse, YK
  • Opening day: TBD
  • Miles of trail: 7 miles
  • Lifts: Chairlift
  • Bike rentals: Unknown
  • Vertical drop: 923 ft
  • Website & Trail Map: Mt. Sima Bike Park

Mt. Sima is a small bike park in the Yukon territory of Canada. While it doesn’t have a ton of trails to shred, the handful that it does have are dialed. You’ll find fast, bermed trails alongside techy rock gardens and old-school tracks.

Mt. Sima Bike Park is only open Wednesdays and every other Saturday.

What bike parks in Canada are on your bike-it list? Do you know of any others that I missed? Let us know in the comments!

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