Mountain Biking in Williams Lake
Bike magazine called Williams Lake “the Shangri-La of mountain biking” for good reason. With more than 200 kilometres of mountain bike trails in and around Williams Lake, there are a variety of options for riders of all different skill levels in the city limits. The city is also home to one of the largest bike parks in the BC interior.
It is certainly true that Williams Lake is fast becoming known as one of BC's best mountain bike destinations.
Beginners will be entertained on the trails of Westside, including Ridge Bypass, Comer Drop, or Missioner Loop, which have ups and downs, numerous loops and longer runs. The 12 km / 7.4 mi long Williams Lake River Valley Trail offers gentle touring along the Williams Lake River which leads to a confluence with the Fraser River.
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For more information, to check out trail descriptions and to get to know not only riding in Williams Lake but what is available in the entire Cariboo Region. visit Ride the Cariboo website or contact the Williams Lake Cycling Club:
1220 Pigeon Ave.
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