Joining WORCA means that you care about trails and the future of mountain biking in your community. Your membership dues support trail maintenance and advocacy, youth development, and provides training and equipment to WORCA trail builders.
WORCA’s trail maintenance projects don’t stop at our municipal boundaries. Our efforts extend to trails on crown land and in areas like Pemberton and Spruce Lake in partnership with groups like the Pemberton Valley Trails Association and the Gold Bridge Trails Association.
You help keep our trails OPEN!
WORCA has partnered with groups like the Community Foundation of Whistler, the Association of Whistler Area Residents for the Environment, the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation, American Friends of Whistler, Resort Municipality of Whistler, and others to put even more resources into our local trails.
WORCA is Whistler’s mountain bike advocacy group, working with developers, governments and government agencies, utilities like B.C. Hydro, crown corporations like B.C. Rail, private land owners, timber companies and tenure holders to keep trails open to everybody — hikers, bikers, dog walkers, trail runners, everybody.
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Connect with other mountain bikers
Last but not least, with more than 1,800 members, WORCA is a great way to meet riders around the valley. If you’re new in town or new to mountain biking, WORCA is a good place to start. Check out our events and programs where you will meet lots of other like-minded mountain bikers.