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Mountain Biking in Penticton

With our great weather, extended season and world-class variety of routes and trails, Penticton is a renowned mountain biking community.  We like to get out and about, whether we’re cruising the Kettle Valley Rail Trail among the vineyards or tackling a technical route down a mountain side.

Thousands on Mountain Bikers are drawn to Penticton every year to enjoy the berms and booters of our back-country.

Choose your trail

Three Blind Mice
The largest network of Mountain Biking trails in Penticton, offering terrain for all rider levels.  Here you will find cross-country trails and downhill runs that flow through the forest and offer incredible views of the orchards and vineyards that border Okanagan Lake.
Primary Trail Type: Cross-country & Downhill
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Campbell Mountain
A great network of short trails for all skill levels.  The original line from the 1995 BC Summer Games is still active and this is a great spot for beginners.
Primary Trail Type: Cross-country
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Carmi
This area offers a combination of mellow loops through the forest and fast flowing downhill trails with technical rock sections and lots of jumps and gaps.  Also a great place for fat biking in the Winter months.
Primary Trail Type: All-mountain & Downhill
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Wiltse
A poplar mountain biking area with the locals.  The major climb to the summit consists of many switchbacks, but you will be rewarded with some of the most spectacular views of Penticton.  The descents are primarily rock with more technical sections to the south end of of the area.
Primary Trail Type: Cross-country
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Skaha Bluffs
This Provincial Park offers a variety of recreation opportunities including hiking, rock climbing and wildlife viewing.  The distinctive terrain features of the bluffs along with the Gilles Creek corridor provides incredible scenery and some technical sections. Rock Ovens is a must ride trial for experienced riders.
Primary Trail Type: Cross-country
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For trail maps, condition updates and GPS tracking  see Trailforks.com or download the mobile app.