Antarctica & Arctic
With no roof to restrict your view, this bicycle adventure traverses two national parks via the spectacular Icefields Parkway winding between Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff.
Destinations > Western Canada > Discover the Rockies by Bike
Four nights accommodation, meals as indicated, bike rental, services of local guides and a USB of trip photos.
Note: The trip can also begin in Edmonton and end in Calgary if required.
Selected Dates, 28 May - 20 Aug
Explore the stunning beauty of the Rocky Mountains by bike with this fantastic adventure which takes you from Japser to Banff with stops along the way to see some of the regions highlights. Staying in cosy lodge accommodation en route, with full support while you ride, you'll love experiencing the spectacular scenery on this small group trip.
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Fully supported cycling through Canada's Rocky Mountains
Spectacular scenery of the Icefields Parkway
Cosy lodge accommodation en route
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Enjoy a day at leisure before your adventure begins tomorrow.
Set off on an epic adventure as you are guided out of town and onto the beautiful Icefields Parkway. There will be a rest stop at the spectacular Athabasca Falls. (D)
Climb past Tangle Falls towards the Columbia Icefield. Ride the scenic Sunwapta Pass, where a rewarding downhill section awaits as you sweep down to the impressive cliffs and waterfalls of the Weeping Wall. (B)(L)(D)
Take in the magnificence of Banff’s surroundings on this final leg. (B)
Climb out of the valley and cycle past changing vistas of mountains, turquoise green glacial lakes and abundant wildlife. After climbing Bow Pass your reward will be a panoramic view of Peyto Lake far below.
Descend to the shores of Bow Lake before rolling downhill to Lake Louise. (B)(L)(D)
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4 Days / 3 Nights
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