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Vendors › Canmore & Kananaskis › Attractions & Tours › Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe

Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe



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White Mountain Adventures

Banff

Adventure Outfitter offering summer and winter excursions. Winter Guided Icewalks include transportation from banff, ice cleats, poles, hot chocolate and

Trail Sports / Canmore Nordic Centre

2003 Olympic Way, Canmore

1.5-hr classic and skate ski x-country lessons. Private and semi-private lessons available; book in advance. Ski and fatbike rentals.

Spray River Trail

Banff

(10 km/6 mi; 3-4 hrs return; easy; 200 m elevation gain; Map 3, 20M) Trail near town of Banff along

Snowshoe Trails

Visitor centres have conditions and route details. Keep off x-c ski tracks on shared trails. Banff/Lake Louise: Johnson Lake 2.8

Rebound Cycle

902 Main St, Canmore

Retail Full service bike shop that is open year round offering custom builds, special orders, bike tours and group rides.

GearUp

1302 Bow Valley Tr, Canmore

Rental shop offering summer and winter equipment rentals as well as ski and snowboard tuning services. Bikes: full suspension mountain

Fairview Loop

Lake Louise

7.5 km / 4.7 mi; 50 m elevation gain. Trail through forest and clearings provides an open feeling, variety and

Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trail Information

Banff, Lake Louise, Canmore & Kananaskis

Banff Park Banff Information Centre, 224 Banff Ave, 403-762-1550 Lake Louise Visitor Centre, Samson Mall, 403-522-3833 Canmore Canmore Nordic Centre,

Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Rentals

Banff, Lake Louise, Canmore & Kananaskis

Banff Banff Adventures, Bison Courtyard, 211 Bear St, 403-762-4554 Chateau Mountain Sports, Fairmont Banff Springs, 403-762-2500 Snowtips, 225 Bear St,

Canmore Nordic Centre

Canmore

The Canmore Nordic Centre is an Olympic and World Cup venue with 65 km / 40 mi of easy to

Boom Lake

Banff

10 km / 6 mi return; intermediate; 180 m elevation gain. Wide, gently rising trail through the forest to an
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