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I was in and out of Whistler all week in the lead up to the Ironman race.
For about an hour I watched finishers and those in transition. Inspiring for sure.
… 3,000 endurance athletes to the corridor — about 60 per cent of whom come from outside the country — which is up from last year. …
Whistler agrees to continue hosting duties despite lack of support from Pemberton
Tourist information gave me a map. One of the trailheads is nearby off Mozart road.
The trail’s history dates back to the early 1900s when it was originally constructed as a railway line to service the Bainbridge Mill, which operated from 1917 to 1927. …
Some of the timbers were close to 90 feet long and four feet square, requiring three rail cars for transport. …
When the mill closed the railway was abandoned, only to be re-opened and extended in 1937 when timber rights to the Ash River area, further out the Alberni valley, were purchased by logging giant H.R. MacMillan. …
The railroad was abandoned a final time in 1953 when logging trucks became the preferred mode of transporting the area’s bountiful timber harvests.
… Walkers and hikers, cyclists, equestrians, joggers and mountain bike enthusiasts all make good use of the trail.
Over the years I’ve done hundreds of runs and bikes on Paskapoo Slopes.
Locals feared encroachment would ruin the area for recreational use. In 2017 the bottom section is all torn up, under construction.
But the best of the cycling trails are still there.
These are separate from the Downhill Trails next door at Canada Olympic Park.
I also enjoyed cycling the other side of the river near Baker Park.
I hadn’t cycled here in many years. These trails are superb.
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