There’s an energetic vibe among mountain biking enthusiasts who have discovered the thriving riding scene on Burke Mountain. The collective buzz, particularly with trail names like Nescafé—a singletrack, black diamond, old-school trail—helps fuel the interest and excitement. With over 65 trails listed on the Trailforks database, the vast and complex trail network is teeming with gutsy tree roots, logs, boulders, rocks, ladders, bridges, drops, and diverse vegetation that will test your quad power, agility, and technical savvy at every skill level: green, blue, black and double black diamond. Get easily acquainted with the “Intro to Burke route” with a steep early climb first, which becomes progressively shorter with each lap; you can access six intermediate trails off this route. Most trails are located on the lower half of Burke Mountain, with endpoints at Coquitlam River, Harper Road and Victoria Drive.
Looking for more information on biking at Burke? Checkout the local trail association at TORCA.ca