Whistler, British Columbia
Saturday-Sunday, May 26-27
Saturday-Sunday, June 16-17
Saturday-Sunday, June 23-24 (co-ed)
Saturday-Sunday, July 14-15
Saturday-Sunday, September 8-9 (co-ed)
Whistler is our home base and, understandably, among our favorite places to ride and teach.
Not only is it wonderful to know an area inside and out, but it's fantastic to have so much to know. Between the world-renowned mountain bike park, technically challenging valley climbs and descents, and the same trails many of us learned on ourselves, Whistler has it dialed.
All of our Whistler camps allow each participant to select their specific riding focus. You can choose to spend all your time in the bike park, decide to check out the trails in the valley, or split your weekend between the two and experience them both.
The Whistler camps serve all rider levels, and all discipline interests, amazingly well. There is fantastic terrain on which to start in the sport, trails designed to develop intermediate technical skills, the ideal set up for learning jumps and drops, and then countless opportunities to develop far beyond that.
Actually, given how much some of our participants have improved over the years, we've recently put extra effort into our most advanced level programming. Here you'll find instructional options, and top-level coaches, to also take you beyond the single black runs and the big GLC.
Three of our camps here are women's only, and two are co-ed. Thanks to our partnership with Whistler Blackcomb, all participants get two camp-specific bike park tickets included with their registration.
Whatever your level, whatever your bike, whatever your interest, and whatever you want to learn, you can do it, and put it into immediate practice, here.
May Camp Host: Garbanzo Bike and Bean
June, July and September Camp Host: Skiis & Biikes - Snowcovers
Lunch Sponsors: Nesters Market and Alpine Café
Wellness Sponsor: Scandinave Spa Whistler
May 26-27 women's only camp: Photos Posted
June 16-17 women's only camp: Photos Posted
June 23-24 co-ed camp: Photos Posted
July 14-15 women's only camp: Photos Posted
September 8-9 co-ed camp: Photos Posted
Aava Whistler Hotel
We are proud to have the Aava Whistler Hotel as our local accommodation sponsor for the third year running.
The Aava Whistler Hotel offers amazing facilities and incredible deals, exclusive to Trek Dirt Series participants. The room rate, available to Trek Dirt Series participants all season long, starts at $89 + taxes for a Deluxe Room with two queen beds, a queen and sofa bed, or a king bed at either single or double occupancy.
The hotel features a dry sauna, hot tub, outdoor heated pool and most important, complimentary locked valet bike storage. The Aava Whistler Hotel is in the perfect setting, right in the village and less than a five minute pedal from our host shops. As their promotional material says, "Discover a world where unsurpassed service and modern style come together to ensure your experience is a memorable one."
Here's an idea of how the rates change through the season:
May 26-27: $89 / night
June 15-28: $95 / night
July 14-15: $101 / night
September 8-9: sold out
Call the Aava Whistler Hotel for more information, toll free within North America at 1-800-663-5644 or direct at 604-932-2522. You must mention the Trek Dirt Series when booking with the hotel in order to get this deal. It's only available by booking direct by phone or e-mail at email@example.com. It's not available online.
These special Trek Dirt Series rates are available to you all season long, both for your camp date and beyond. Enjoy!
The Scandinave outdoor spa, focused on hydrotherapy and massage, includes eucalyptus steam baths, wood burning Finnish saunas, Nordic waterfalls, hammocks and solariums. They're the epitome of cleansing and rejuvenation, and offer Trek Dirt Series camp participants 15% off the price of the baths, and 10% off the price of massage.
If you'd like to go before your camp date, email us and we'll send you a digital card indicating you're part of our program. If not, you can pick up a card when you get to camp and use it from that point on. The coaching staff goes on the Whistler camp Sunday nights. We love it.