Mountain Biking

Beginner Trails

 • Defined by a smooth trail surface, slight slopes, shallow fords and changes in elevation up to 400 m.

 • There are five main beginner trails in the West Country: Riverside Park in Rocky, the trail from Rocky to Crimson Lake, Crimson Lake's Amerada Trail (10 km trail around the lake), the 40 km Glacier Trail from the Siffleur Falls suspension bridge to the Saskatchewan River Crossing, and the trail from the community of Rocky to the National Historic Site.

 • See trail maps below

Intermediate Trails

 • Defined by: rough spots on the trail surface, a moderate slope requiring some pushing and knee deep fords. A rise in elevation of between 200 - 600 m.

 • There are five intermediate trails in the West Country: the Horburg River Access to the Phoenix Whistle Stop (10 km); Chambers Creek snowmobile trail; Saunders River Access to Alexo; Crescent Falls to Sunday Creek; and the Kootenay Plains.

 • See trail maps below

Expert Trails:

 • Defined by very rough spots along the trail surface, long or steep slopes requiring bikes to be pushed along 20 % or the trails length,

 • a rise in elevation over 500 m, and thigh deep fords.

 • There are four such trails in the West Country; Nordegg Mine Site (30 km loop), Snow Creek (15 km loop), Baseline Mountain Lookout (20 km), and the Pinto Lake trail from the Cline River.

 • See trail maps below

Bike Tours

 • Scenic day long or multi day bike adventures

 • Rocky Mountain Bike 'n Board and Frontier Lodge offer bike touring packages

 • at reasonable rates.

Local Opertors

 • Rocky Mountain Bike 'n Board Bike Tours: 403-845-2204

 • Frontier Lodge Bike Tours: 403-721-2202 •

Trail Maps

Contact Information

Phone:  1-800-565-3793

Address: Visitor Information Centre, Hwy. 11