“The signature finish to one of Whistler's most popular trails.”
— Eric Ashley
Open during summer park hours.
If you loved Upper A-Line
, then you'll want to plunge ahead into Lower A-Line for more jumps and some choice tech. There's no getting around this, the table tops, step-downs, and step-ups on A-Line are big (which is what keeps people coming back). Riders will have to dig deep and commit to the speed to make the transitions. The optional A-Line Rock Drop
adds additional thrills and the trails only drop.
Near the end, Lower A-Line changes pace and heads into a narrow corridor of trees for some rocky lines and a sharp rock-slab-to-corner before it wraps up with a few more jumps. The prominent drop at the end of the trail was replaced in 2017 with a step-up that flows into several berms above the Village.