Dare to be adventurous! Come and cycle along the most spectacular road in Canada, as you journey north to the breathtaking Jasper National Park. Experience the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountain parks by day and enjoy the warm, luxurious comfort of mountain lodges by night. Hearts will pound as you crest tough mountain passes offering unparalleled views of snow-capped peaks. You’ll begin your exploration in Banff National Park, where towering mountains rise from the shores of turquoise-blue lakes, glaciers gleam, lakes shimmer, vistas overwhelm and forests enchant. Rewarding rides throughout this marvelous UNESCO World Heritage Site provide an exhilarating sense of accomplishment that will last a lifetime. So come along and test your legs and lungs on these eastern flanks of the Pacific Ring of Fire, protruding jagged and steep out of fertile valleys; your only concern being you don’t have more time.
Banff, AB, Canada
Lake Minnewanka, Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada
Lake Louise, AB, Canada
Bow Lake, Improvement District No. 9, AB, Canada
What’s Included in the Cost of Your Trip?
INCLUDED IN REGULAR TRIP
4 nights hotels
All breakfasts and 1 dinner
Use of a high quality performance hybrid or road bike and accessories
Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
Detailed route instructions and maps
GPS data of the route
Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
Area manager available on call throughout the tour
Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits
Custom trips also available and can start any date. Call or email for details.
ARRIVE / DEPART
Classic Accommodation: CAD $1,450
Single Supplement: CAD $450
Luxe Accommodation: CAD $1,850
Single Supplement: CAD $650
Price per person before tax. Alberta applies a 5% GST.
Arrival in Banff. This vibrant town is at the centre of some of the most scenic cycling routes found anywhere in the Rocky Mountains National Parks. Stroll about town searching for that perfect souvenir or visiting the excellent museums. If you arrive early enough enjoy a warm-up cycle out to The Cave and Basin – the location of the first hot mineral springs discovered in 1883.
Ride Distance: 9 km.*
Pedal the scenic network of roads around Banff – exploring Tunnel Mountain and the oddly shaped Hoodoos. Add on a loop up to Lake Minnewanka, one of the largest and deepest lakes in the Rockies. Once known as Devil’s Lake or Cannibal Lake, Minnewanka is the site of many ghostly occurrences in native legends.
Ride Distance: 24 km, elevation gain 30 m or 46 km, elevation gain 470 m.*
Begin your journey north along the Bow Valley Parkway to the staggeringly beautiful scenery of Lake Louise – the gem of Banff National Park. As you twist and climb along the Parkway take in the magnificent views of the Sawback, Sundance and the Massive mountain ranges. Upon arrival in Lake Louise, soak up the natural splendour, take a canoe onto the lake, or enjoy a short walk into the mountains.
Ride Distance: 58 km, elevation gain 603 m.*
Cycle up to Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks (considered by many to be even more beautiful than Lake Louise) or, alternatively, ride north along the Icefields Parkway, described as a highway, ‘strung from the stars’ to aquamarine Bow Lake, where you can enjoy a picnic lunch or dine at atmospheric Num-ti-jah lodge, returning to Lake Louise late afternoon.
Ride Distance: 34 km, elevation gain 575 m or 76 km, 1100 m.*
Take a little time to explore before beginning your voyage home or onward to your next adventure.
*Distance and elevation gains may vary depending on hotels available/chosen for specific departure.
Nestled on the side of Tunnel Mountain and just five minutes from downtown, Banff Centre hotel features newly renovated rooms and breathtaking vistas.
Nestled in a forest with tremendous views, it feels secluded, yet is a scenic 5 minute walk from a variety of services and shopping. Guests can visit the whirlpool and steam room area to relax.
The main lodge complements its natural setting with square timber, post and beam construction and high open ceilings. The decor boasts old-world craftsmanship and a simple, elegant design.
Lake Louise is only a few minutes walk from this rustic inn; after a day of activities, enjoy the rooftop hot tub with a dazzling Victoria Glacier view. The dining room is one of the best in the region.