Mountain Bike Park
The Panorama Bike Park celebrates old school riding while embracing the new directions and trends of the ever the evolving sports of downhill and XC mountain biking. The park’s roots are obvious in the braided labyrinth of burly tech DH trails. Yet intertwined into the trail system you'll find something for everyone. Our green flow trail will introduce you to the sport of DH mountain biking or act as the perfect warm up. Blue runs of different personalities allow for progression, while several jump trails will get your adrenaline pumping.
A variety of XC trails will have your heart pounding as you reach the summit of Panorama or tackle the climbs on Trapper's Delight. Gentle single and double track can be found just past Greywolf Golf Course at the Monument Trails Network, an area perfect for families.
Dates of operation 2017
Open daily June 30 to September 3 from 10 AM to 5 PM. Check our Hours of operation
Something for Everyone
- 1 high-speed quad. 9 minute ride and 380m / 1246ft of vertical
- 30km of DH Trails
- 10% Beginner, 40% intermediate, 50% expert
The past few summers have seen a flurry of improvements to the park as the crew takes things to the next level. Trails were refurbished and re-routed. A popular and progressive intermediate jump line was added to Mercy Me & the jump line on Hell's Bells completely overhauled, making the jump shapes more modern. The Hell's Bells decks now average approximately 30 feet in length. The features on Crazy Train also received some tender loving care, opening up multiple line choices.
With the help of some serious machine muscle we completed Let It Ride, our first top to bottom beginner trail. This green run is an excellent introduction into downhill biking. Flowy, fun and challenging, the terrain gets progressively harder the further you get along the trail. As a beginner you can expect wide switchback turns at the top, some fast open sections, a couple of little spots covered in roots and small rocks and lots of big berms that become more challenging as you approach the end of the trail.
We are once again teaming up with SE Racing this July and welcoming the Dunbar Summer Series and The Canadian National DH Championships. If you missed all the action from last year rave reviews and praise flooded in about the race course, which headed down Insanity. Four new features and a bunch of different line options were opened up with some exciting raw sections making for an action packed race.
View the latest trail information below.
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Where to purchase
Bike Park Tickets and Season Passes are available for at Guest Services or online.
Bike Park Stats and Facts
Number of Trails
- 17 trails
- 2 Rockstar Energy Rock Lab zones with man-made features
- 2 dirt jump trails (Mercy Me and Hell's Bells)
Degree of Difficulty
- 10% beginner
- 40% intermediate
- 50% expert
- Let It Ride
- Length: 3.2km
- Vertical: 380m
- Crazytrain, an expert fall line trail with numerous man-made features
- 380m / 1246ft
- Helmets are mandatory, with full-face helmets recommended
- Protective gear (elbows, shins, & gloves) is not required, but strongly recommended
- All protective gear is available for sale or rent at the Ski Cabin.
Need help on the trails?
Dial 250.342.6941 ext. 9 for help. Please report all bear or cougar sightings to a staff member.
Equipment in the Park
- Required: For your safety, helmets are mandatory in the bike park. A full face helmet is recommended.
- Recommended: Full suspension bikes with disc brakes will offer the best bike park experience.
Mountain Bike Responsibility Code
Mountain biking involves elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Please adhere to the responsibility code, and share a safe experience with others.
- Ride in control and within your ability level. You must be able to avoid other people or objects.
- Stay off the lifts and trails if your ability is impaired by drugs, alcohol, or fatigue.
- All riders must wear a helmet. A full face helmet, gloves, and body armour are strongly recommended.
- Inspect your bike or have it checked by a qualified bike mechanic before you ride.
- Be sure to have the physical dexterity, ability, and knowledge to safely load, ride, and unload lifts. Ask the lift attendant for assistance if you need it.
- Be aware of changing conditions on trails and features. Inspect features before use and throughout the day.
- Stay on marked trails. Obey all signs and warnings. Do not cut switchbacks. Keep off closed areas.
- Avoid riders ahead of you. They have the right of way.
- Look uphill and yield to other riders when entering a trail or starting downhill.
- Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.
- If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident, you must identify yourself to the Bike Patrol.
- Do not feed, provoke, or approach wildlife.
Park privileges will be suspended for breach of this code.