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MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK

BIKE PARK

People don’t come to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort to ride the same old thing. They come for the differences, and we have plenty. What this means is over 3,700 feet of 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.

UNIQUE ALPINE RIDING

Discover some of the most accessible alpine riding in North America

Accessed by single scenic Gondola ride, the Kicking Horse Bike Park offers one of a kind alpine riding, offering all types of trail in an alpine meadow surrounded by majestic mountain vistas. Trail bikes are welcome, as we have everything from easy, buffed single tracks to rocky, rooty technical descents. Want more? Pedal back up through "Excalibur", our new uphill track. Discover more by watching the video below.

3700 ft

VERTICAL DROP

+50 km

OF TRAILS

+32

Trail Runs

120+

DROPS & JUMPS

ELEVATION STATS:

Lower Mountain

Elevation:
1,300 metres
(4,263 feet)

Mid Mountain

Elevation:
1,722 metres
(5,646 feet)

Gondola Top

Elevation:
2,345metres
(7,700 feet)

SUMMER IS HERE

Check out our day passes & season passes and have the best summer yet!

Kicking Horse Bike Park Map from Trail Forks. Please note TrailForks is a crowd-sourced database. Learn more by visiting their website trailforks.com

FEATURE RIDES

EASY

Get a taste of the KHMR bike park by riding the Catamount chair up and taking It’s a 10 to Lower Kranky Pants to Easy Rider. Once you have mastered these trails try out Superberm and Buffalo Jump before heading up the gondola. This combination of machine built trail and single track will give you an idea of the big mountain experience waiting for you at the top of the mountain.

MEDIUM

Take in the view from the top of the gondola before starting down It’s a 10. From there choose either Dragon Chaser for turny and pumpy or Pipestone for rough and rocky. Next jump on Chute to View for a quick rip through the sub alpine. Make sure you go left at the split to make it to the top of Magic Carpet Ride. This trail winds its way into the tree line with several challenging corners before crossing the road and continuing on our newest section of trail. Give your hands a break on It’s a 10 before dropping into Road Runner and hitting the wall rides on School Marm. Finish with the always popular Super Berm all the way to the base.

HARD

So you’ve ridden all the greens and blues. The first trail off It’s a 10 is Northern Lights. It was built by animals so it is straight and fast.  Continue down Dirt Devil for more high speed tech. From the base of the Stairway to Heaven chair check out Time Travel for steeper, tech riding with optional old school skinnies.  This trail joins with Magic Carpet Ride so continue down there to the top of BlasterBlaster is mostly small jumps and big berms with a bit of technical riding to keep it interesting. From the bottom of Blaster the choices become more difficult (or easier depending which way you look at it). If you like old school tech check out Pioneer for steep rock slabs, roots, and chutes. If wood work is your thing and it hasn’t rained recently head down School Marm to Stick Rock and L.Y.M. If your hands needs a break and you need some air time cruise School Marm to Swamp Donkey and the Jump Zone (via Super Berm).

Pump Track

The pump track is the perfect place for the little wheels to get started with humps & bumps, turns & control. Whether you're a beginner or looking to perfect your skills, the Kicking Horse Pump track is free and accessible to all ages!

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.

Reach your peak

Learn how to make the most of your riding at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. Rental and lift ticket packages available.

MOUNTAIN SAFETY

Age Restriction

Children of 5 years of age & under 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. Junior bikes must be equipped with disk brakes & 20" wheels or bigger. The parent or guardian must sign the Bike Park waiver for the Child.

On-Mountain Emergencies

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. The number is 1.250.439.5420

Responsibility Code

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort follows the Canada West Ski Area Association (CWSAA) bike responsibility code which strongly recommends the use of proper safety gear when Downhill Mountain Biking. The best protection from abrasions are properly fitted full-faced helmet, gloves, long pants, long sleeves, leg armour, arm armour and solid running shoes.

Wildlife

Be aware of wildlife and report all sightings and encounters to the nearest staff member. Please never feed wildlife.

Extra Gear & Repair Equipment

Always carry the gear required for minor repairs to your bike, and/or replace a flat tire. Remember this is a big mountain, it takes a while to get down without your bike! If you have any further questions regarding our bike park please call 1.866.SKI.KICK (754-5425).

What to wear

Mandatory

  • Helmet
  • Mountain Bike with front suspension
  • Mountain Bike with disc brakes & 20″ wheels on junior bikes, or 26″ wheels on adult bikes
  • Closed-Toe Shoes

Recommended

  • Full Face Helmet
  • Full Suspension mountain bike with hydraulic disc breaks
  • Gloves, long pants, long sleeves
  • Proper leg, arm and chest armour

Gear for out here.

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.

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