Trail Days/Nights

Trail Days/Nights

2018 Volunteer Trail Day/Night Schedule

DateActivityTimeLocationSponsors
Tues Oct 9Lower SproattTBCChromag
Tues Oct 2Lower SproattTBCTBC
Tues Sep 25Cultured Climb5:30pmTop of Alpine WayHowler Contracting
Tues Sep 18Yummy Numby5:30pmStart of Yummy NumbyGarbanzo Bike and Bean
Tues Sep 11Lower Sproatt5:30pmTop of Danimal North in StonebridgeZEP MTB Camps
Tues Sep 4Yummy Numby5:30pmStart of Yummy NumbySlope Side Supply and Cascade Environmental
Thurs Aug 16Crankworx Trail Day8amFreehub booth in front of LonghornFreehub Magazine, Specialized
Tues June 19Lower Sproatt singletrack5:30pmTop of Danimal North on Stonebridge DriveTrek Dirt Series
Tues June 12Lower Sproatt singletrack5:30pmTop of Danimal North on Stonebridge Drive
Tues June 5Extending Pura Vida to re-positioned Industrial Waste bridge5:30pmYellow chain link gate at bottom of AC/DC off Alta Lake RdFineline Bike Shop
Tues May 29Hotdog Alley extension to Scotia Creek climb5:30pmMeet at bottom of Scotia Creek Access Rd on Alta Lake RdGiant Whistler - Bike Co
Tues May 22Microclimate5pmMeet at exit of Microclimate & Hey Bud. Park at Base 2 and hike or bike in.Garbanzo Bike and Bean
Tues May 15Exit of Hotdog Alley where it meets Scotia Creek road5PMMeet at Yellow Gate @ bottom of Scotia Creek on Alta Lake RdFanatyk Co.
Tues May 8Lower Sproatt connections5PM Meet at the yellow gate (where AC/DC comes out)TBC

2018 Trail Day Sponsors



We are looking for businesses to sponsor our volunteer trail building sessions. If your business would like to help support the trail days, please email Nina Cairns (Director of Trails).

WORCA is proud of its comprehensive and successful trail maintenance program, to which we devote significant energy and resources. The Whistler area is home to an extensive and world-renowned network of mountain bike trails, ranging from smooth gravel to challenging steep descents. The trails are a fantastic resource for local members and a growing mountain bike tourism industry. Without ongoing maintenance, repairs and protection we risk losing this incredible amenity to erosion, degradation and in some cases competing land use.

Each year we set priorities and assign funding to a range of trail projects, which are carried out by a combination of contract trail builders and tireless, enthusiastic community volunteers. Our trail budget is allocated to contractor wages, tools and equipment, trail signage, and a few small perks for volunteers.

Riders that have any suggestions on maintenance needed in the valley please email the Trails Director with thoughts or ideas.

Creating durable and ecologically sensitive trails is a key focus of our maintenance program. WORCA works with local government and other NGOs such as AWARE, the Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group, the Whistler Naturalists and IMBA to ensure that our contractors and volunteers perform their work to the highest environmental standards.

We usually go for 3-4 hours and bang off a project. Details on upcoming events will be listed in our member newsletters and on our website. Volunteers are asked to bring loppers, hand saws, drain digging tools (eg. pulaski or mattock) if they have them and water. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have tools or trail maintenance experience, we have plenty for everyone and will provide direction. Refreshments will be provided and all volunteers will be invited to the year-end volunteer party. Volunteers that put in 3 days of trail maintenance will be rewarded with a Whistler Mountain Bike Park ticket! Please bring work gloves and clippers if you have them. All minors must be accompanied by an adult.