Saul Greenberg

Mountain Biking


A collection of maps and guides that I have grabbed from places, or modified, or created myself of mountain biking areas. Most are in Western Canada (i.e., between the Canadian Rockies and the West Coast). I have divided them up into areas.


Golden has two primary areas: one downill oriented (Mount 7) and one cross-country oriented (Moonraker)

Golden Area

The Cariboo

The Cariboo is an area between Cache Creek and Prince George, accessed by Highway 97 (see map). It includes 100 mile house, Williams Lake, Wells and Quesnel.

The fantastic web site has detailed bike trail maps, explanations and inspiring videos of the area. Their maps are designed as interactive maps, and are difficult to print out on paper. I've modified these maps and trail names/descriptions into a form suitable for printing, as the PDF files below. Go to their web site for information, but print out these maps for carrying with you.

From Cache Creek, it is about 100 km to 100 Mile House, another 120 km to Quesnell, and yet another 90 km to Wells. So its probably best to hit each area in turn.

100 Mile House

Williams Lake



Jasper Park

Jasper Park is north of Banff. To my knowledge, unlike Banff, its policy is to allow mountain bikes on all trails except for those designated as restricted trails. The links below are Jasper maps and pamphlets culled from various web sites.

Jasper Townsite Area

Revelstoke Area

Various trails immediately around Revelstoke. Frisbie Ridge and Keystone Basin are the two alpine classics - best done towards the end of July onwards (snow disappears, great flowers!)

Revelstoke Area

Invermere Area

This area covers various trails on Mt. Swansea (outside of Invermere), the Johnson Trail by Lillean Lake (on the Panorama road outside of Invermere) and the Spirit Trail on Columbia Lake.

Invermere Area