Trails & Maps
Powell River Mountain Bike Trails
The most up to date trails can be accessed via Trailforks.com on your computer or by using the Trailforks app on your smartphone while out riding. Not only is this the easiest way to navigate the various trail systems in Powell River, but using the app makes finding trails appropriate for your skill level easier and you can donate Trail Karma to help support the Powell River Cycling Association.
Below you’ll find an interactive Trailforks map for all of Powell River—perfect for planning your ride and to get to know the trails. We do our best to update trail conditions year round and rely on our members to report any issues, like downed trees, that need attention.
Use the controls on the right side of the map, or your mouse, to zoom in on a specific area. Select a trail you’re interested in and an info box will appear with additional information, click view trail to learn more.
There are two trail networks as well as a Bike & Skate skills park within the city of Powell River. The Millennium Park area runs from Willingdon Beach Park up and around the Rec Complex, which is where the Bike Park is also located. The Penticton Street Maze is a tight network of trails located at the top of Penticton Street that provides some excellent year-round quick rides.
Suncoast Trails – A network of roaming XC trails south of town with main access points off of Duck Lake Road, or the top of McLean Road near SunCoast Cycles.
Duck Lake Trails – Predominately blue, mostly cross-country trails in gorgeous, lush coastal forest. While the area does not have a lot of elevation, it allows for long loops of fast, uninterrupted singletrack with short, punchy hills.
Mount Mahony Trails – A relatively new and popular Black and Blue level riding area that is one of the few places with the elevation for big descents. And big climbs. Civil Disobedience takes a bit of effort to get to, but it is the feature trail that runs from top to bottom, with a sweet set of black and blue gravity trails branching off and onto its lower third. Access is off of Inland Lake FSR.
Powell River Bike & Skate Park – The focus with the Powell River Bike and Skate Park was to create an action sports park that incorporated both bike and skate facilities in partnership with Spectrum Skateparks. This dynamic park assimilates a beginner pumptrack, the first ever poured in place concrete pumptrack in North America, slopestyle dirt jump trails, downhill flow trails, and a beginner flow line. Alpine Bike Parks also partnered with FlowForm Bike Ramps and developed two new features debuted in Powell River. Through community outreach Alpine prepared operations and management planning for city staff training and maintenance processes.