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Vendors › Canadian Rockies › Attractions & Tours › Bike Trails

Bike Trails

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Banff Legacy Trail


27 km / 17 mi. Paved trail from the Bow Valley Parkway through Banff townsite and to Canmore. Parallels the

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

Start 24 km / 15 mi south of Hwy 1 at Kananaskis Village. Ride the paved, family-friendly route down the

Canmore Nordic Centre


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

Evan Thomas Bike Path


9.7 km / 6 mi. Start 24 km / 15 mi south of Hwy 1 at Kananaskis Village. Ride the

Fernie Alpine Resort

5339 Fernie Ski Hill Rd, Fernie

World Snow Awards 2012: “best North American Resort,” known for its 11.5 m / 38 ft annual snowfall. Its 2500

Goat Creek Trail


18 km / 11 mi. Canmore to Banff backcountry. Begin 9 km / 5.6 mi west of Canmore via Spray

Kananaskis Country


Approximately 90 km / 54 mi west of Calgary on Hwy 1 and south on Hwy 40, Kananaskis Country is

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

1 hr W of Lk Louise, Golden

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is 14 km / 8 mi from Golden, one hour from Lake Louise, and roughly two

Lac Beauvert


3.9 km / 2.4 mi loop. Begin at the south end of the lake near Old Fort Point. Bike or

Lake Minnewanka Loop


The 25 km / 15 mi trail goes to the Bankhead coal mine, which operated from 1904 to 1922, and

Pyramid Trunk Trail


7.5 km / 4.7 mi. Fit locals run this trail that parallels Pyramid Lake Rd and steadily rises to Pyramid

Sundance Trail


2 km / 1.2 mi. Paved route starts at the Cave & Basin near downtown Banff. Cycle or walk beside

The Overlander


15 km / 9 mi; good for mountain biking. Start at the 6th Bridge and follow the roadless side of

Tramline Trail

Lake Louise

5 km / 3 mi. Follows the 1913 tram route gently uphill from the historic Lake Louise railway station, now

Upper & Lower Kananaskis Lakes


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

Vermilion Lakes


5 km / 3 mi. Accessed from the Banff townsite. Ride the paved road along three lakes to wildlife wetlands
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