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Vendors › Canmore & Kananaskis › Attractions & Tours › Bike Trails

Bike Trails

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Banff Legacy Trail


(27 km/17 mi; easy; west end Map 1, 10C and east end Map 1, 7I) Paved trail from the Bow

Bike ‘n’ Hike Shuttle

Transportations facilitates one-way cycling, walks and hiking. Ride Canmore to Banff on the Legacy or Goat Creek trails. Bike the

Bill Milne Bike Path

(9.7 km/6 mi; easy; Map A, 8K) Start 24 km/15 mi south of Hwy 1 at Kananaskis Village (bike rentals).

Canmore Nordic Centre


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

Evan Thomas Bike Path


(9.7 km/6 mi; easy; Map A, 8J) Start 24 km/15 mi south of Hwy 1 at Kananaskis Village (bike rentals

Goat Creek Trail


(18 km/11 mi; moderate; Map 4, 11A) Canmore to Banff backcountry. Begin 9 km (5.6 mi) west of Canmore via

Kananaskis Country


Approximately 90 km (54 miles) west of Calgary on Hwy 1 and south on Hwy 40, Kananaskis Country is comprised

Lake Minnewanka Loop


The 25-km (15-mi) trail (Map 3, 3F) goes to the Bankhead coal mine (1904-1922) remains and Lake Minnewanka, with boat

Sundance Trail


(2 km/1.2 mi; easy; Map 3, 19B) Paved route starts at the Cave & Basin near downtown Banff. Cycle or

Tramline Trail

Lake Louise

(5 km/3 mi; moderate; Map 2, 19M) Follows the 1913 tram route gently uphill from the historic Lake Louise railway

Upper & Lower Kananaskis Lakes


Scenic locale. Options for recreation in the area include boating (launch ramp; motors allowed), fishing (rainbow, brown, lake and bull

Vermilion Lakes


(5 km/3 mi; easy; Map 3, 11C) Accessed from the Banff townsite. Ride the paved road along three lakes to
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