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The Kootenay Rockies region offers some of British Columbia’s most diverse mountain biking terrain, from epic all-day rides to extreme downhill trails.
For long distance cyclists, miles of excellent road and backcountry trails await, along with easy-grade rail trails offering spectacular mountain views.
For years, Rossland has unofficially been known as the “Mountain Biking Capital of Canada” (although Squamish holds the official trademark for that title), featuring the world-renowned Seven Summits Trail.
Nelson is a freeriding haven, Golden boasts more than 50 trails, and Fernie, Invermere/Radium Hot Springs and Revelstoke have cross-country rides aplenty. Almost every Kootenay Rockies town offers a variety of single-track. Don’t feel like climbing? Check out the three bike parks in the Kootenay Rockies.
Cyclists can tackle the Golden Triangle, a week-long adventure looping through Banff, Yoho and Kootenay national parks. For a slower pace, bike the abandoned rail beds of the Great Northern and Slocan Valley rail trails. Road touring is another endurance-testing option.
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Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia
Imagine a place... where families discover a life outdoors, where adventure seekers test their limits, where you're at home in the mountains. You've arrived at Panorama Mountain Village & the name says it all. After settling in, your kids discover their playground with new friends at Adventure Camp. You take a leisurely stroll along the Valley Trail enjoying a cooling breeze & the spectacular view of 1000 Peaks. Summer activities at Panorama include mountain biking, hiking & walking, horseback riding, spa treatments, the Village Gondola, golf at Greywolf Golf course & relaxing in an array of world-class accommodation to suit your needs.
4300 Red Mountain Rd
Red Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Summer in Rossland and at Red Mountain Resort is just as cherished as wintertime. We enjoy warm temperatures & sunny skies most of the summer season & with a wide variety of activities for you, your family & friends to participate in, Rossland is truly an outdoor playground. British Columbia's natural resources include mountain trails, lakes and forests replete with greenery and wildflowers. On top of that, golfing, biking (both mountain and road), and ATV'ing are very popular here. Rossland's mountain biking trails are world famous & include the Seven Summits Trail which was named "Trail of the Year" by Bike Magazine.
312 Victoria St
Silverton, British Columbia
West Canada Bike Tours has been organizing escorted bicycle tours on the BC Spirit of 2010 Trail since 1997. This abandoned railway corridor, including the legendary Kettle Valley Railway, is the backbone and gem of the Trans Canada Trail: converted Rails-to-Trails without automobiles. The fully-supported adventure tours immerse recreational cyclists in a unique wilderness experience in Western Canada's spectacular scenery.
Our multi-day cycling tours begin in Castlegar or Calgary, which also include the Rockies' famous Icefields Parkway, and end either in Penticton, Castlegar or Vancouver.
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5339 Ski Hill Rd
Fernie, British Columbia
Fernie Alpine Resort is Your One-Stop Adventure This Summer with the New Aerial Park & Mountain Biking.
Don't miss the best in summer adventure. It's the latest rage in summer fun, the trying & exhilarating undertaking gets you to take the leap of faith & traverse through the rope course challenge, a high level adventure in the tree tops is guaranteed to keep the adrenaline pumping!
Fernie will also operate the Mountain Bike Park Operations & guided hike program again this summer! Check our website & Facebook page for updates & other activities!
1500 Kicking Horse Trail
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Kicking Horse is known for spectacular summer adventure and kids under 12 are free. Visit our Grizzly Bear Refuge, home to Boo, our resident grizzly - a conservation, education and research centre, and Canada's largest enclosed and protected grizzly habitat. Challenge the downhill mountain bike trails in the bike park and hike the alpine mountain paths on weekly Rambler's Hikes. Enjoy lunch with a one of a kind view at Eagle's Eye Restaurant. Mountain biking, horseback riding, river rafting, hiking, dining, sightseeing, interpretive bear programs, - it's not 'what to do?', it's 'what to do first!'
Trans Canada Hwy
Revelstoke, British Columbia
Home to Canada's only inland cedar-hemlock rainforest, Mount Revelstoke is the only national park in Canada where you can summit a mountain five minutes from your vehicle. Visitors are invited to stroll amongst giants on the Giant Cedars & Skunk Cabbage boardwalks, or enjoy a panoramic view & meadows of subalpine wildflowers from the summit of Mount Revelstoke. Cycling enthusiasts can try riding 26 km (1600 m elevation gain) up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. During the winter months outdoors enthusiasts can explore the Meadows in the Sky Parkway on skis or snowshoes.
Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia
Known for one of North America's biggest verticals, long cruisers, uncrowded slopes & legendary backcountry-style riding, Panorama Mountain Village in the Canadian Kootenay Rockies has it all: downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, tubing, toboganning, Snow School programs, heli-skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. In the summer, Panorama Resort offers award-winning golf at the Greywolf Golf Course, ranked top 10 course in Canada by Golf Digest in 2013, cross-country and downhill mountain biking, children's programs and activities and special family events. Lodging guests can enjoy the outdoor slopeside pools, saunas, spa treatments, variety of food & beverage outlets & a great range of ski-in/ski-out on-mountain lodging. Getting to Panorama is easy. Minutes from the Kootenay Rockies town of Invermere, Panorama is also close to Calgary & the famous mountain town of Banff.
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