When you ride into Pemberton from Whistler along the Sea-to-Sky trail, you enter another world: a micro-climate different from the mountains you have just left behind. In front of you is an expanse of farmland as far as the eye can see. One Mile Lake beckons and Mount Currie stands majestic overseeing it all. The village, which you can just see from where you stand, is tucked away in this valley, whose peaks rise more than 8,500 ft.
You stop for a bit of rest before heading down the hill to the village itself. Should you stop for a dip in the lake? Should you continue on to Nairn Falls before heading to the Village itself? You decide. Check out the best of cycling in Pemberton below.
Pemberton Cycling Resources
The Village of Pemberton Has the Resources You Need
And what about other stuff you’ll need while you’re here? Cafés, a place to stay, places to eat? We’ll help you out. Pemberton’s small, but locals know their way around and we can help steer you to a great cup of coffee, a farm-to-table burger or fancier fare, authentic Swiss or Japanese food — we’ve got a little bit of everything here. Learn more about Pemberton services >
And whether you’d like to stay in a quaint B&B or a more luxurious hotel, we’ve got a selection for you — either right in the Village or just outside. And if you’re cycling here, both options are good ones.