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Things to Do \ Fat Biking

Winter Fat Biking in Canmore Kananaskis

Extra-large tires, hand warmers, and strange frames are some of the signatures of a fat bike – a relatively new cycling trend that has quickly become a must-try winter sport. Using their ultra-wide tires, fat bikes can ride on top of snow-covered trails with improved traction where traditional mountain bike tires would sink. Using a fat bike opens up a world of new winter adventures and trails are no longer limited to those with skis or snowshoes.
View a full list of approved trails.

Approved Canmore Trails - View Map | Trail Report

Approved Canmore Nordic Centre Trails - View Map | Trail Report

Approved Spray Valley Provincial Park Trails - View Map | Trail Info

Approved Kananaskis Valley Trails - View Map | Trail Report

  • Watridge Lake (To Watridge Lake only; excludes section past Watridge Lake towards Banff National Park)

With a network of more than 100 kilometres of trails, the Canmore Nordic Centre offers some of the best mountain biking in the Canadian Rockies....

Highline Trail


Slope Length

7.5 KM

A difficult and challenging ride, and a local favourite. Nestled in the slopes of Mt. Lawrence Grassi, Highline Trail travels from Quarry Lake Park...

Montane Traverse


Slope Length

7.5 KM

Beginning at the Cougar Creek Parking lot, this trail rises up above SilverTip Golf Course and continues to Harvie Heights. Enjoy incredible views of...

Troll Falls


Slope Length

3.4 KM

The Troll Falls Trail offers a short trek for a huge reward! The trail begins in the forest, with occasional views across the Kananaskis Valley....

This 3.7 km trail follows an old exploration road to a junction where visitors wishing to see the lake, must turn and continue 200 m to the lake...