Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camp (co-ed) - Whistler, BC
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Whistler is our home base and, understandably, among our favorite places to ride and teach. Not only is it wonderful to know an area inside and out, but it's fantastic to have so much to know. Between the world-renowned mountain bike park, technically challenging valley climbs and descents, and the same friendly entry-level trails many of us learned on ourselves, Whistler has it dialed.

All of our Whistler camps allow each participant to select their specific riding focus. You can choose to spend all your time in the bike park, focus on the pedaling oriented trails in the valley, or split your weekend between the two and experience them both.

The Whistler camps serve all rider levels, and all discipline interests, amazingly well. There is fantastic terrain on which to start in the sport, trails designed to develop intermediate technical skills, the ideal set up for learning jumps and drops, and then countless opportunities to develop far beyond the single blacks and the standard features. Three of our camps here are women's only and three are co-ed.

Thanks to our partnership with Whistler Blackcomb, those interested in riding the lift-accessed trails in the bike park for either one or both camp days will be able to purchase significantly discounted lift tickets through us when we meet each morning.

Whatever your level, whatever your bike, whatever your interest, and whatever you want to learn, you can do it, and put it into immediate practice, here.

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