2018 Whistler Mountain Bike park

Get Your Access

The Bike Park is officially open for the season. Pick up your passes and tickets at Guest Services ahead of time so you can head straight to the lifts and bag lap after lap.
Whistler Bike Park Pass 2018

This is a new 2018 Bike Park Pass

All new access cards are required

How to get your new Pass

The Bike Park is open for the season with new trails and fresh lines, it's time to open your hand and close it around your handlebar. Everyone needs a new pass and waiver this year. Once you've made a purchase, visit Whistler Village Guest Services to sign a new waiver and pick up your new pass. Then you can head straight to the lift and start bagging lap after lap. With extended play on everyday, you don't want to miss a second of the season standing in line.

All new passes are required for summer 2018, previous bike park passes will not work due to a change in scanning gate technology (RFID). You must sign a new release of liability waiver in person at Whistler Village Guest Services before visiting the bike park.

  1. Purchase any bike park pass online, in person or over the phone
  2. Pick up at Whistler Village Guest Services, nothing will be mailed to you
  3. Sign a new season long waiver
  4. Get a new photo taken if we don't have one on file
  5. Have your new Bike Park card printed
  6. Head to the lift starting May 18
  7. Flash your pass for exclusive on mountain savings see 2018 Bike Park Passholder Perks for more details

  1. Purchase any bike park ticket online, in person or over the phone
  2. Pick up at Whistler Village Guest Services, nothing will be mailed to you
  3. Sign a new day waiver, or season long waiver if you plan to add more days
  4. Get your new card, bike park day tickets will be loaded onto generic EpicDay cards
  5. Head to the lift on the day of your ticket
  6. Load more days online throughout the season (if you've signed the season long waiver)


We want to ensure everyone is aware their new bike park pass must be picked up at Whistler Village Guest Services along with signing a waiver in person, a new waiver will need to be signed at the start of each season. This is a change for our guests. In the past, the bike park pass automatically loaded onto a winter season’s pass holder’s winter pass. Now, you will have a separate pass for summer and winter.
No. Once your profile is built, it is built for good. So if you hold a season’s pass for winter, you simply need to pick up this new card, have a new photo taken if you’d like, and sign your new waiver. It will be a very simple process.
Yes. From a very realistic point of view, we are expecting there will be some lineups Opening Day. If possible, your best option is to visit Guest Services ahead of time. We will have additional staff working with guests in line, as they enter the line and at Guest Services, to ensure guests understand the process. We are also getting as much messaging out as possible to ensure people pick up their pass in advance. But we do expect there to be lines and ask thank our guests, in advance, for their patience.
By comparison to the long lines we saw during the winter pass transition in the fall, the number of people affected by this change is quite small and we have been extremely proactive in our communication to this group, and will continue to be throughout opening weekend. Admittedly, we made some errors in the fall. We were not prepared for the all of the changes in our transition and it did affect the guest experience. For Bike Park Opening Day, we will have extra staff and signage on hand to ensure a smooth guest experience.
We have a couple of exciting changes for the mountain biking community this year. First off, we are rolling out extended play from day one. This is new for 2018, and is already generating excitement. Typically, the Bike Park hours were 10 AM – 8 PM three days a week until mid-June, but for 2018 we will be spinning Fitz Chair from 10 AM – 8 PM every day as of Opening Day (May 18th) until September 3rd.

We also have 8 km of new trail built in Creekside and will have the full 13 km Creekside plan built by summer’s end. Target date is Saturday, June 16 to open Creekside, which has free parking and Dusty’s patio, so it’s expected to be a big draw.

Finally, Big Red Express will be loading bikes in 2018. The open air chairlift will take riders from the top of Creekside to the Roundhouse and provide support to access the Garbo Zone and Peak Chair. Big Red will have a limited capacity, loading bikes with hooks on the side of the chairs like Peak Express.

Need assistance?

Apr 22 - through Summer
8:30am - 5:30pm

1-800-766-0449      604-967-8950 (LOCAL)


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