Off the Beaten Path
There are many mountain biking trails at Manning Park Resort, ranging from front to backcountry, and easy to difficult.
Stunning views, challenging climbs and quick descents are characteristic of biking at Manning Park. Whether you are an expert or beginner, you will find a challenge—and fun—on Manning Park’s trails.
Many mountain biking trails intersect with fire roads, and are quite wide. Mountain bikers are asked to yield to hikers and horses along the trail routes.
Biking is welcomed on the following trails at Manning Park:
For trail info and more, contact Manning Park Visitor Centre: 604-668-5953
Bike Courtesy & Safety
• You are biking in a provincial park. Trail use is subject to the BC Parks Act.
• Biking on these trails is at your own risk. These trails are in their natural state and may have natural obstacles and hazardous terrain.
• Please stay on the trail and do not ride through the forest or clearings beside the trail.
• Please stay off all trails not designated for bikes.
• Always ride in control and within your ability level.
• Pre-Ride Check your Bike & Yourself The weather in the mountains can change rapidly. Wear and bring appropriate clothing, footwear and be prepared for unpredictable weather changes. Carry drinking water and snacks. Tell someone where you’re going and when you’ll be back.
• Please note there is no cell service in the park.
• Pack out what you pack in! You are riding in a provincial park so please, respect the area by not littering.
• Avoid Wildlife conflicts. Know which animals are in the area and how to react if you cross their path. Help us keep our wildlife wild and safe by NOT offering them food. If you encounter a wild animal, for your safety, do not attempt to feed or approach any wildlife. Stay calm and please keep a respectful distance.