Sundance Canyon

One of our most popular easy cruises. Grab a town bike and explore beyond the townsite, past the historic Cave and Basin, the birthplace of our National Park system. This easy ride on bike paths takes you past the Bow River, to a secluded canyon, with a very pretty, easy hike past some waterfalls. Not to be missed. Retrace your route bake to the shop on this 1.5-2 hour adventure.

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Banff Loops

A great way to start your Banff cycling adventure. This route starts from the shop and takes you around the scenic loop beside the famous Banff Springs Golf course. After a nice flat warm up, climb over Tunnel mountain drive and pass the campgrounds over the Tunnel Mountain Bench to the east end of the Legacy Trail to Cascade Ponds. Follow the route to the Minnewanka Loop, riding and gradually…

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Castle Junction

An after work staff favorite, this out and back ride is sure to impress. Numerous pullouts on this scenic low speed highway, and lots of wildlife sightings make this ride very special. Go all the way to the junction or turn around when you feel like it. Normally has a tail wind on the way back, but can be a bit gusty on the way west.

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Pika Trees

Who would have thought that skiing down a super mellow green run would be an enabler for your powder addiction, but a slide down Pika is the gateway to the hidden gem Pika Trees. It may take a couple of laps to spot the twig of a stick sporting a double black sign off to the right of the trail, but when you do, buckle up for a wild ride through some of the best tree skiing the Rockies has to offer.

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Burnt Trees

This zone on the lookers left of Lookout Mountain at Sunshine Village offers up the goods on a regular basis. Not overly obvious, but visible from the chair, the trek is often worth the reward on this seldom skied slope that is quite often the benefactor of the prevailing wind at Sunshine.

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North American Chair

On big snow days, local rippers in the know head to Norquay and go directly to the North American. This double, known affectionately as The Big Chair, is a local secret that has been serving up some of the steepest, most consistent fall lines in the Rockies since 1946. Runs like Gun Run, North American Bowl and the infamous Lone Pine are legend makers.

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