Date: June 22 – 23, 2019
Time: Depart Squamish Adventure Centre at 9am on June 22, estimated return approx. 3pm on June 23.
Location: Squamish to Whistler
Cost: $250 (proceeds donated to the Sea to Sky Trail)
Registration: / 778-379-0694
Provided: 2 days of guided riding, 2 lunches, 1 night accommodation, unlimited epic-ness!
Distance: 70km each way (140km total)
Terrain: Dirt trails, gravel, sand, the odd bit of pavement and some hike-a-bike sections.
What you get: A two-day epic guided off-road cycling adventure with a fun group of women on the scenic Sea to Sky Trail from Squamish to Whistler. Lunch will be supplied for both days, as well as accommodation on Saturday night.


    • Email us to express interest and we’ll give you more details and answer any questions
    • Pre-register by email or phone and pay to reserve your spot (group size is limited)
    • Possess intermediate riding ability/skills and fitness
    • Cyclo-cross bike or gravel bike

Accommodations: TBA.

Parking: We recommend parking across from the Squamish Adventure Centre (38551 Loggers Ln, Squamish), visible from Highway 99. Overnight parking is free.

Description: Join us on this epic, guided Sea to Sky Trail off-road cycling adventure from Squamish to Whistler, B.C., and back again the next day! Leaving the Squamish Adventure Centre at 9:00am on Saturday morning, we’ll ride the scenic and challenging Sea to Sky Trail to Whistler Village, with a scheduled return by 3:00pm on Sunday. We’ll overnight in Whistler.

The trail has some solid climbs, hike-a-bikes, and technically challenging sections, but it can be generally classified as an intermediate level ride. The route is 90% trail (sweet!), but route also includes highway, sand, and pavement sections. The ride starts at sea level and climbs to a maximum elevation of 730m.

More info about the Sea to Sky Trail here.

Sea to Sky Trail Map here.

What to bring: Riders must supply their own ride hydration (some electrolyte drink is a good idea), personal snacks, appropriate bike (see above), gloves, hat (for under helmet), layers, rain jacket, flat repair kit, casual attire/shoes for in the village, toiletries, second day’s riding gear. Personal first aid kit recommended.

The ride goes whatever the weather. Temperatures and weather can change quickly and unexpectedly, so pack more layers than you think you will need.

Meals: Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast are not provided. Whistler Village has lots of options for both. We will provide Lunch for both days.



Experience epic views on the Sea to Sky Trail.