Bear Back Biking are a specialist package holiday provider offering a holiday experience based on quality and value. We strive to provide the best riding experience you can get in Whistler, period.
Our main product, the Whistler Experience is a catered, guided, week long mountain biking holiday package based in a luxury chalet near the shores of Alta Lake, a short ride from the village, the bike park and Whistlers vast trail network.
In addition to providing riders visiting Whistler with superb bike specific accommodation complete with Pedros tooled workshop, secure bike storage and bike wash facilities, we also have team comprising some of Whistlers most dedicated guides.
As a rider, you've surely heard of Whistler. It's not all freeride insanity though as Whistler offers some world class cross country riding outside of the Bike Parks Boundaries. Our guiding team know the area intimately and are in tune with the needs of each and every rider in their care. As such, we offer THE best guiding experience in Whistler... coupled with the fact this service is free to guests on our Whistler Experience package - why would you ever consider staying anything other than Bear Back!
"Even for the ruggedly independent rider, having a guide can enhance a trip to Whistler, eliminating logistical hassles and leaving valuable time for riding trails---and riding them fast, free from concern over unforeseen obstacles. And when your guide is as excited to be on the trail as you are---enthusiastically explaining the terrain before showing you how to tackle it---riding Whistler is all the more rewarding, enabling you to raise your skill level in a matter of days. Enter Bear Back Biking, a rider-owned company specializing in mountain biking holidays designed to help riders get the most out of their Whistler trail time. The company's vacation packages cover the gamut of Whistler's mountain bike experiences---cross-country excursions, romps through the bike park, downhill shuttles and even heli-biking"
Brice Minnigh (Bible oif BIKE tests 2009)