Top of the World Details
The Peak Zone and the new Top of the World alpine trail are the latest additions to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, expanding the Park's vertical by over 1,000 feet for a total of almost 5,000 feet of riding.
The Top of the World trail is a mind blowing experience which takes the flow that the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is famous for and drops it on the Peak of Whistler Mountain. With some of the world's best riding set against the granite spires of the Coast Range, Top of the World is the pinnacle of alpine riding.
Beginning at the top of the Peak Chair on Whistler Mountain, Top of the World will take you through Whistler's insane alpine environment on tacky smooth single track filled with built up berms, switchback corners and fun flowy descents along the way. The trail winds its way down the back side of Whistler Mountain, dipping into areas not even open for skiing in the winter. It bisects HWY 86 and rolls along the Peak to Creek magnum opus ski run before cutting back over to HWY 86 where it joins the Garbanzo bike trails, Freight Train and No Joke at the wall ride tunnel.
The new trail will open in late July 2012 and will have a maximum capacity of 100 riders per day with an additional cost of $15 per ride.
More Stats for Top of the World mountain bike trail
Altitude change-2,253 ft
Altitude min4,733 ft
Altitude max7,010 ft
Altitude start7,010 ft
Altitude end4,757 ft
Distance climb2,108 ft
Distance down3 miles
Distance flat340 ft
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Top of the World Trail Reports
Sep 5, 2017 @ 2:10pmSep 5, 2017
|Very dry and a little blown out in the middle but otherwise running well.|
Aug 7, 2017 @ 7:53amAug 7, 2017
Jul 31, 2017 @ 10:03amJul 31, 2017
Jul 30, 2017 @ 4:53pmJul 30, 2017
|All clear, expect one small patch of snow that is totally ridable. Get it!|
Jul 29, 2017 @ 12:58pmJul 29, 2017
|Couple of snowy mucky spots but all passable. Try to stay on the trail!|
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Routes with this trail
|EWS #6 2015 Crankworx SRAM Canadian Open Presented by Specialized race||35 miles|
|Mega Descent Top of Bike Park to Creekside Village- Whistler - Advanced Mountain Bike Route||8 miles|
|Peak to Creek (TOTW/MON/Kashmir/Kush/BC's)||7 miles|
|SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized - 2016 race featured||44 miles|