“A machine-built trail with sweeping berms and a few jumps.”
— Eric Ashley
Kids who are ready will enjoy picking up the speed and playing with the sweeping berms.
Open during summer park hours.
Upper B-Line is an intermediate flow and jump trail that also leads to the starting point for a number of other trails. The machine-built track gets started with some sweeping berms with occasional embedded rock slabs that make a few narrow points and slightly disrupt the turning dynamic - though everything remains smooth.
Early on, Ninja Cougar
makes a rocky exit over the top of a right-hand berm. At the inside of the next corner, Funshine Rolly Drops
starts in a clump of trees.
The wide trail continues berming and turning down the slope adding a couple of low rollers and optional booters to the fun. After a road crossing, the pace picks up. Pretty soon, Upper B-Line exits the trees it makes a sweeping turn past Blueseum
before passing Wednesday Night Delight
on the way to Lower B-Line
(If you don't mind some low drops, Wednesday Night Delight
is more fun and they both end up at the same place).
Upper B-Line is located in the Fitzsimmons Zone and starts just above the Whistler Village Gondola's mid-way point. It ends at the trail hub near Ho Chi Min
, Lower B-Line
, Devil's Club
, Polp Fiction
, and Afternoon Delight