Want to see the see another side of Whistler? Jump on a bike and take a ride around town, checking out the hot spots including waterfalls, the Callaghan Valley, a few beautiful lakes and some of the best local knowledge around.
Tour Length: 5.5 Hours
Start Time: 0900
Riding Difficulty: Easy | Intermediate
Highlights: Lakes | backroads | local secrets | unique
Wilderness First Aid Qualified Guide
Dot Approved Helmet
Gloves | Boots | Jacket
Bluetooth Communication Headset
What to bring
Travel Insurance Documents
Money for food & beverages
Insurance (Mandatory separate item – $25)
Food & Beverages
Other personal expenses
Travel to Moto Experience Headquarters
On the day
We will head south towards Whistler from our home base in Pemberton. This is a perfect 30 km section of road to get acquainted with your machine. While in Whistler we will take you on a ride through Whistler’s less known spots like the Callaghan Valley, the Ancient Cedars, Brandywine Falls and lots more.
The Callaghan is a great place to view Black Tusk and enjoy a few nice corners. We’ll take a cruise over to Brandywine Falls which is a 70-meter-high waterfall and definitely a sight to see.
Alta Lake road shows a different side of Whistler, with some amazing houses and Whistlers favorite beach to swim at, Rainbow Park. You can see both Whistler and Blackcomb mountain in clear view and is a stunning setting to grab a photo.
Green Lake is beautiful any time of year and we’ll make a stop at the lookout before heading to Nairn Falls. A 1 km walk in will bring us to a spiritual site of the lil’wat nation, which is a great example of the erosive power of water. Nairn Falls is 60 meters high and you can feel the power from the viewing point.