Pemberton Singletrack

Starting from $199.00

Locally known as ‘Pemby’ this little town is home to some incredible singletrack and a passionate riding community

Pemberton Singletrack Mountain Bike Tour

Locally known as ‘Pemby‘ this little town is home to some incredible singletrack and a passionate riding community. The Pemberton valley is lined with farmland and the surrounding mountains are filled with incredible bike trails. Pemberton is characterized by warmer and drier conditions, combined stunning backdrops and trails.  Our mountain bike tour combines a collection of big climbs and breathtaking descents. The trails in Pemberton are not to be missed and we can show you the best connections based on your preference. The short 35 minute drive north is well worth our efforts and the trails here are best suited for strong intermediate to advanced level riders to make the most of your experience.

Our tour departs from our Whistler bike shop for a full day of riding, which will be customized to your ability and interest. Breaking up the ride we can swing by a local cafe for a bite to eat and coffee or we can pack a lunch and climb further into the mountains. Based on the dry conditions we recommend our Pemberton Singletrack tour most for the spring and late summer-fall riding season. You may also want to combine this with other days riding in Whistler as the trails in Pemberton are quite different to the terrain in Whistler as well as the trails in Squamish.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Dual Suspension Carbon trail bike
  • Professional Guides
  • Transportation for you and your bike – 35 minute drive each way
  • Arbutus Routes branded water bottle
  • Trail Snacks
  • Trail Permits

 

Additional information

Climbing Mode

Pedal power

Difficulty

Advanced, Intermediate

DURATION 4+ GUESTS
$CAD per person
2-3 GUESTS
$CAD per person
SOLO
$CAD per person
GUIDE ONLY Full Day – 6hr $199 $229 $389
GUIDE & RENTAL Full Day – 6hr $259 $299 $459

 

ID & Credit Card: We’ll need to check your ID and credit card details when you pick up your bike (even if you book online).  Please be sure you have a government issued photo ID and a valid credit card for bike security (Debit and VISA Debit not accepted.)
Helmet: Rental helmets are included with all rentals & tours.
Eyewear: Clear riding glasses are best for the Whistler forests.  Sunglasses will do the trick also, but may be a little dark.  We have a great range of Ryders and SPY Optics in store.
Outerwear: A light jacket is handy for cold mornings or rainy days.  You’ll warm up nice and quick while riding, but best to be prepared.
Jersey: Tech, breathable jerseys are recommended to keep you comfortable on the trail.
Backpack & Tools: Small riding bags are perfect to keep the essentials in, we’re a fan of the EVOC bags for riding.  We have a limited selection of hand pumps and tools for rental use, so be sure to bring your riding tools if you’re spending a few days riding.
Gloves: Gloves are essential for comfort and grip on the bike.  We do NOT provide gloves with rentals for hygiene issues.  We have a large selection of suitable gloves in store from Fox and Giro.
Shorts: Knee length shorts are best for biking, allowing ample movement and breathability.  Refrain from wearing jeans or restricting attire.
Shoes & Pedals: We can provide pedals to suit most cycling shoes (Shimano SPD & Crankbrothers) and offer flat pedals as standard.  If you regularly ride ‘clipped in’ we suggest bringing your own pedals – to make sure the engagement is set to your liking.  If you don’t have cycling specific shoes, we will set you up with our standard flat pedals.  Be sure to wear a flat sole skate style shoe for best results.
Medication & Other essentials: Make sure to bring any medication you might need and of course; don’t forget your camera!

 

XS SML MED LGE XL
4’10” to 5’2″ (148 – 158cm)

 

5’2″ to 5’6″ (158 – 168cm)

 

5’5″ to 5’10” (168 – 178cm)

 

5’10” to 6’1″ (178 – 185cm)

 

6’1″ to 6’5″ (185 – 196+cm)

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