Mountain Biking

People don’t come to Kicking Horse Bike Park to ride the same old thing. They come for the differences, and we have plenty. What this means is over 3,700 feet of stupendous variety. The start of it is the view from the alpine launch which is dominated by the three mountain ranges that surround the park, and the wetlands of the Columbia Valley. From there it is all downhill where the wahoo factor is amplified by multiple berms, jumps, wooden features (Stickrock has to been ridden to be believed), rock slabs (look directly below the gondola to see the longest) and plenty of good ol’ white-knuckle singletrack. The only thing missing is crowds, but we suspect you won’t mind that.

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Performance Rental Centre

No bike? No problem, just stop on by the Performance Rental Centre for all your biking needs. Take advantage of the complete tune-up and repair shop and get your bike ready for some sweet riding.


Trail Map

Plan your attack on the mountain or visit the trail descriptions page for more information about our individual trails.

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Trail Descriptions

Beginner to advanced trails and the best order to ride them. Get all your info here on our trails.

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Trail Update

Get the latest trail conditions straight from our Mountain Safety team.

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Photo’s and Videos

Get stoked for another awesome season at the Kicking Horse Bike Park. View the latest images and videos.

Mountain Safety

Children under 5 years of age are not permitted in the bike park. Children between 6 and 12 years of age must be accompanied by a parent / legal guardian (18 years of age or older) or be registered in a Mountain Biking program. The parent or guardian must sign the Bike Park waiver for the Child.

In case you encounter a situation that requires the bike patrol the number is located in the front of your ticket. This is a radio phone please speak first.

Protective clothing and equipment is mandatory for all riders. Kicking Horse Mountain Resort strongly recommends that you use all the proper safety gear when Downhill Mountain Biking. The best protection from abrasion requires a properly fitted full-faced helmet, gloves, long pants, long sleeves, leg armour, arm armour and solid running shoes.

The Bike Park trails are specifically designed for full suspension mountain bikes. The trails are rocky, bumpy and become much more difficult without high quality suspension. Hardtail Bikes are permitted so long as they have adequate front suspension and disc brakes. If you are unsure your bike meets these requirements please call 1.866.SKI.KICK (754-5425).

Be aware of wildlife and report all sightings and encounters to the nearest staff member.

Be sure to carry the gear required for minor repairs to your bike, and/or replace a flat tire.

Safety Equipment