Pemberton Valley Lodge Guest Bike Program
British Columbia is the most mountainous province that
offers some of the best mountain biking trails across Canada
including some premier trails here in the Pemberton
Valley. Pemberton Valley Lodge is proud to offer the
following bike amenities for all our guests.
Pemberton Valley Lodge offers secure bike storage for all our
guests. The bike rack is located in the Bike Storage/Ski
Locker area in the secured underground parking. We also have a
bike rack in front of the lodge beside the entrance.
NOTE: Bikes are not permitted in guest rooms at any
Pemberton Valley Lodge offers a complimentary lock for our
guests who may have forgotten to bring their own. There is a
deposit of $20 for the key that is reversed upon return of the
Complimentary Guest Mountain Bikes
We have mountain bikes available for complimentary guests use.
They are locked in the bike rack located across from the
elevator in the parkade. We also offer guests complimentary
bike helmets that come in 2 different sizes. A $100 deposit is
added to guest's folio while using the bike, once the bike is
returned and the key brought back to our front desk, this
amount is reversed.
In our parkade we offer a complimentary bike wash which is
available to all hotel guests. We also provide clean rags for
guests to use to clean their bikes; this is all located in
the car wash bay in our parkade.
Pemberton Valley Lodge offers a tuning station equipped with
common profession tools to keep guests bikes well
On Site Laundry
All of our One Bedroom and Two Bedroom suites come with in-suite
washer and dryer for the convenience of the guest to wash any
dirty clothes, especially after a day of hitting the trails.
If our guests are staying with us in a Studio, there is a
complimentary washer and dryer located on the second floor to
the right of the elevator. Laundry soap can be purchased from
our Sundry Shop at the front desk.
For more information on our bike program or to make a
reservation at the Pemberton Valley Lodge, please contact us!
Photo: Dave Steers