Every mountain bike destination worth its salt has to have a signature epic.
Whistler is proud to have 'Comfortably Numb'. Built almost single handedly by Chris Markle, its been a labour of love... and what a job he did!
Chris spend an enourmous amount of time picking his way from what is now the the Al Grey memorial bridge back towards Whistler village, seeming to make a winding detour to every natural feature he could find. This trail twists and teases for something like 25km, repeatedly giving you a great view over the valley then whisking you back into the coastal forest for another spell of technical riding.
Since completion, there have been a few edits and additions to the ComfoprtablyNumb trail set. The most notable of which is Yumby Numby, a technical climbing trail that takes you up almost to the highest part of CN. Choose either the stunning Foreplay descent, or CN in reverse gives so much more accessibility to this area..
Riding the Flank trail sections provides another great oportunity to enjoy the vistas over Whistler Valley. The four sections cover the whole west side of the valley and cover everything from the Callaghan to Cougar Mountain.