"I travel a lot, but I've never had such a positive experience with a tour operator. The way you take care of your customers is really impressive. I will recommend you warmly to all my mountain biker friends!" Dominique Tamborini
 

This private group Ride is password protected. Please enter the password associated with this Ride in order to book (case sensitive):

Why do we require an application?

Our application process is in response to two of the most common questions our Riders have prior to booking a trip with us:

1) Am I skilled/fit enough to participate in this Ride?
2) Will the other people on my Ride be skilled/fit enough?

Ensuring that you - and the other Riders on your Ride - are a good fit for the Ride selected is of paramount importance to us. We want to help you pick the Ride that's perfect for you, and ensure that everyone booked on a Ride is on the right Ride for them. That's why we want to know a bit more about you - your mountain biking history, where you ride, how often, etc... - before we take your money.

We review every application and if, based on your responses, we think you're a good fit, we'll approve your application and you'll receive a link to place a deposit. If we think you might not be a good fit (either too skilled or not skilled enough for the Ride you chose), then we'll give you a call to discuss your preferences in greater detail.

Please note: our application process isn't about excluding anyone, or making anyone feel like they're not 'good enough' to participate in one of our Rides. It's about ensuring that you end up on the right Ride for you, with people of similar skill, fitness and riding preferences. In the end this ends up being a much better experience for everyone.

IN THE LATE 1800S, EARLY EXPLORERS IN INTERIOR BRITISH COLUMBIA DISCOVERED GOLD IN THE MOUNTAINS NEAR ROSSLAND. A GOLD RUSH ENSUED, GIVING BIRTH TO THE DEWDNEY TRAIL (WHICH BROUGHT GOLD SEEKERS FROM THE U.S.) AND A SCATTERING OF GOLD RUSH TOWNS.

You'll find your own gold on our Ultimate BC trip - golden sunsets over spectacular vistas, the town of Golden and its incredible shuttle runs, that 'golden feeling' of completing the epic Seven Summits trail and its multiple hours of challenging alpine bliss. This trip is for the true mountain bike nut - multiple days of riding our handpicked selection of interior BC's finest trails. Fernie and its massive trail network. Rossland's incredible views. New Denver's remote, little-known trails. Revelstoke's Mt MacPherson area. Golden and the spectacular Mount 7 and Moonraker trails. The beautiful Horseshoe/G8 loops in Canmore, and top it off with Jewell Pass in Kananaskis.

 

CLICK HERE to view a map of the areas you'll be visiting. 

 

Be sure to review our Skill and Fitness Rating System for a better understanding of what to expect.

 

Check out a Rider's write-up of this trip in the Bangkok Post.

IS THIS RIDE FOR YOU?

This Ride is for you if you are an advanced level Rider, with the fitness to conquer some big days of pedalling multiple days in a row. You don't mind a big climb if it's going to get you a spectacular view and an amazing downhill. You can climb up to 1,000 vertical metres in a day at a moderate pace, and can handle technical terrain such as roots, rocks and obstacles. A little exposure is no biggie for you. You like to ride hard and come back to a nice hot shower and a delicious meal, with all the details taken care of.

  • MTB SKILL RATING

    ADVANCED 7/9

    SKILL LEVEL 7 - ADVANCED

    You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand and are comfortable doing so on aggressive terrain with little braking.

    You can hop over obstacles such as small roots and rocks that less advanced riders may wheel lift over. You are comfortable and confident with a front wheel lift and rear wheel lift to get up and over larger obstacles (up to 6 inches) such as roots and rocks that are not rollable.

    If you have ridden a bike park, you are comfortable on all green, blue and black trails.

    Click here for more information on our Skill and Fitness Rating System

    SKILL LEVEL 7 - ADVANCED

    You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand and are comfortable doing so on aggressive terrain with little braking.

    You can hop over obstacles such as small roots and rocks that less advanced riders may wheel lift over. You are comfortable and confident with a front wheel lift and rear wheel lift to get up and over larger obstacles (up to 6 inches) such as roots and rocks that are not rollable.

    If you have ridden a bike park, you are comfortable on all green, blue and black trails.

    Click here for more information on our Skill and Fitness Rating System

  • Price CAD | USD | EUR

    $5,495 CADABOUT CURRENCIES

    About Currencies

    The default currency of the Ride, as displayed, is the same as the currency that we pay our local guides and suppliers in. This helps mitigate our risk of currency fluctuation. However, although the price of the Ride is set in this currency, our payment processing system processes in Canadian dollars (we're a Canadian company, eh).

  • FITNESS RATING

    8/9

    FITNESS LEVEL 8

    • You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 6 hours of pedal time.

    • You have little trouble climbing 1,000 vertical metres (3,280 ft.) in a day on steep terrain.

    • You exercise on average 6-10 hours per week.

    • Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

    Click here for more information on our Skill and Fitness Rating System

    FITNESS LEVEL 8

    • You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 6 hours of pedal time.

    • You have little trouble climbing 1,000 vertical metres (3,280 ft.) in a day on steep terrain.

    • You exercise on average 6-10 hours per week.

    • Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

    Click here for more information on our Skill and Fitness Rating System
  • DEPOSIT CAD | USD | EUR

    $1099 CADLIFETIME DEPOSITS

    Our Lifetime Deposit policy protects you from unexpected events that may cause your trip to be cancelled or delayed.

    If you need to cancel for any reason, your initial deposit is good forever and will remain on file with us until you’re ready to use it. You can even pass it on to a friend.

  • RIDE TYPE

    Singletrack

    RIDE TYPES

    • SINGLETRACK:for experienced mountain bikers
    • EXPLORER:for beginner mountain bikers
    • BRING-YOUR-PARTNER:for experienced mountain bikers and their non-MTB-ing partners
    • WOMEN'S:skills camps and Rides for women only
  • DURATION

    13 days
  • DATES

    June-Sep.SEE ALL DATES
  • CULTURE LEVEL

    Familiar

    Level Familiar

    • On our Familiar trips, Riders from Western countries/cultures will generally experience familiar languages and cultures, and experiences that are generally familiar.
    • While the riding and activities themselves may be quite adventurous and/or challenge you, you'll still find the overall environment quite familiar if you come from a 'developed' country.
    • If you're looking for something a little more exotic, check out our 'Adventurous' and 'Out There' Rides.

    Level Familiar

    • On our Familiar trips, Riders from Western countries/cultures will generally experience familiar languages and cultures, and experiences that are generally familiar.
    • While the riding and activities themselves may be quite adventurous and/or challenge you, you'll still find the overall environment quite familiar if you come from a 'developed' country.
    • If you're looking for something a little more exotic, check out our 'Adventurous' and 'Out There' Rides.

WHY RIDE WITH US?

  • Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Guaranteed Departures
  • Lifetime Deposits
  • Risk-Free Booking Window
  • 4:1 Guide Ratio (Best in Industry)

Check out our Peace of Mind Policies

Itinerary Disclaimer: While it is our intention to adhere to the itinerary described below, adventure travel can be unpredictable and may result in necessary or desirable alterations to the trails we ride, accommodation we stay in and destinations we visit.

 

CLICK HERE to view a map of the areas you'll be visiting. 

 

DAY 1. WELCOME TO THE ROCKIES!

Our private shuttle will meet you at the Calgary International Airport and drive the group to our lodge in Fernie.

 

Upon arrival (typically by 8:00-8:30 p.m.), we encourage you to unpack, settle in and rest up for the week of adventure ahead. The lodge will be our homebase for the next few days of Fernie trail riding.

 

From our lodge, it's a 1 minute drive to the Bridge Bistro restaurant, overlooking the Elk River for our first dinner together.
 

DAY 2. INTRO TO FERNIE RIDING

After a good night of rest, you’ll awaken to the smell of fresh brewed coffee, with views of the Rockies to accompany our hearty group breakfast at the lodge.

 

This morning, we’ll review the incredible weeks itinerary and build our bikes. We’ll provide bike stands, tools and helping hands for anyone needing assistance.  We’ll spend an hour warming up with some skill review at the amazing local bike park (believe us, there is always something to learn!) and then head off to the Ridgemont area, where a huge spiderweb of trails offer up plenty of options to get this singletrack party started.

 

After our first ride, it’s back to the lodge for lunch and a short break to get yourself dialed in.

 

This afternoon, we’ll test out our climbing legs and head up Swine Flu for a super-fun and flowy descent.

 

Tonight, we’ll head out for a group dinner before heading back to the lodge for a good nights rest.

 

 

DAY 3. MT.FERNIE AND THE VALLEy OF ISLAND LAKE

After breakfast at the lodge, we'll head out for a big day of true mountain bike adventure, as we aim to conquer Mt. Fernie; the peak looming over us in the North sky.

 

It’s all leg burn and heavy breathing on Phat Bastard, Mushroom Head, and Lactic Ridge, until you come to the big vistas on the Stupid Traverse, then the ripping descent of Slunt making it all totally worth it. When we hit valley bottom we’ll tackle another climb up the road to Island Lake Lodge for a top quality lunch with unbelievable views.

 

Afterwards, it’s all downhill on the new Lazy Lizard flow trail, then the choice is yours; cruise back to the lodge or head into the provincial park with the guides for some more adventure.

 

We guarantee you’ll be satisfied after this day of pedaling.

 

Enjoy another night at the lodge and suit yourselves with whatever your dinner desires may be.

 

 

DAY 4. CASTLE MOUNTAIN RIDING

After a hearty breakfast at the lodge, we'll head towards Castle Mountain, stopping first at the skills park for one more quick session.

 

We’ll then set off for another challenging enduro style ride; as in a BIG climb followed by a HUGE descent! You'll feel like royalty sitting atop Castle Rock, then we drop in for over 500m of downhill delight on Southern Comfort.

 

We’ll cruise back to the lodge for a late lunch, following part of the Trans Canada Trail that meanders along the Elk River, then you can kick back for some well deserved R&R.

 

This afternoon is yours to enjoy off the bike. We love to hang out on the shores of the river with a refreshing beverage, and to JUMP IN on a hot summer day.

 

Tonight, enjoy another dinner in the town of Fernie or order it in. Perhaps a hot tub and massage are on the menu for you this evening?! This is our last night at the lodge.
 

DAY 5. ROAD TRIP! FERNIE TO ROSSLAND

This morning, we’ll have one last breakfast at the lodge and pack up the shuttle for a picturesque tour through the southern BC interior.

 

We’ll head West on the Crowsnest Hwy (following the Old Dewdney trail) and stop in the mountain town of Salmo for lunch.

 

After a 5-hour drive through the Rockies, Purcells, and Selkirk Mountain Ranges, we’ll arrive in the town of Rossland, where we’ll check in to our slopeside accommodation and get straight to business.

 

A massive 650m downhill ride from the ski hill above Rossland, all the way to the next town of Warfield, lies straight out the front door. It starts with a decent warm-up, but don't worry, we’re saving our climbing legs for tomorrow.

 

Tonight, we’ll get some good grub in town, kick back at the luxurious condos, and rest up for the massive day ahead.
 

DAY 6. SEVEN SUMMITS

We’ll rise and shine in the valleys of Rossland, sip some local brew and the guides will prepare a hearty breakfast.

 

Today, we’ll conquer a legend. Seven Summits is one of the best trails in Canada, and has recently been voted one of the 'Top 10 trails in the world.' The trail is an epic - up to 8 hours - and, like the name suggests, we visit 7 mountain tops in the Rossland area. This is alpine singletrack at its absolute best!

 

We’ll stop for a picnic lunch at one of many incredible vistas along the route.

 

We’ll head back to Rossland for some recovery food, celebratory brews and a good night of rest.
 

DAY 7. NELSON, NEW DENVER, AND SLOCAN LAKE

The guides will whip up another delicious breakfast, then we’ll head off to the super cool hippy town of Nelson.

 

Situated in the Selkirk range, on the shores of Kootenay Lake, not far from the Kokanee Glacier - Nelson is one of the prettiest towns in all of British Columbia. There will be some free time to enjoy the sights and sounds around town, then we'll grab lunch on Main Street, before finishing the journey to the isolated hamlet of New Denver, hidden deep in the Slocan Valley.

 

Today's ride is an ultimate treat. We are stoked to bring you to a new world class downhill flow trail called "Butter" above Rosebery Provincial Park. We'll shuttle to the top of this one, then embark on a glorious descent.

 

Finishing directly at our fantastic accommodation for the night, a beautiful home and guest house at the bottom of the trail, where our hosts will prepare a locally sourced organic meal to suit our finest pleasures. This dinner is on us. Bon appetit.
 

DAY 8. SWEET SLOCAN SINGLETRACK

Our hosts will serve up a scrumptious breakfast, then we’ll get packed up and ready for riding.

 

New Denver is a jewel of the Kootenays: a charming mountain town surrounded by massive peaks, on the shore of a spectacular lake.

 

We'll take you along the historic Galena mining trail, over a cable car crossing to the abandoned train station of Alamo Siding, up Idaho Peak, down the old school freeride trail called Choices, and out the steep hillside traverse of Old Sandon Road.

 

This ride concludes on the shore of Slocan Lake, where you WILL be peer pressured to get in the water. After a cool-down dip and a beverage by the lake, we'll hit one of the cute little New Denver cafes for lunch.

 

Once all topped up, we'll carry on to Halcyon Hot Springs Village and check in to some amazing cottages by the water. Time to unwind at this incredible resort and take a bask in "some of the most restorative hot spring waters you will find in North America".

 

Tonight, we have dinner reservations at the Kingfisher Restaurant, featuring a spectacular mountain view across Upper Arrow Lake, and a dining experience you won't soon forget.


DAY 9. FERRY TO SHELTER BAY AND THE MT. MACPHERSON TRAILS OF REVELSTOKE

You might want to get up before breakfast this morning, head down to the lakeside, and spend a few moments on one of the most beautiful pebble beaches you can imagine. We'll enjoy breakfast at the Kingfisher Lounge, then load up to catch the beautiful ferry ride across Upper Arrow Lake and continue north towards Revelstoke.

 

The Mt. Macpherson area offers up a huge variety of top quality riding, from super tech to super flow. We'll start with the East side and get down to the Columbia River, looping back to the van for lunch.

 

Then we'll get rad on the West side trails including TNT and Flowdown. These are mind blowing fun through naturally rich forest environments. You know - the hyper green moss, moisture, giant trees and roots that you see in all those mountain bike videos?! This is Revy riding.

 

After an incredibly satisfying day, we'll make the short drive to The Glacier House Log Cabins, hoses and hot tubs waiting.

 

Clean up, relax, and then we'll cruise into Revelstoke for dinner and a few drinks!

 

DAY 10. ROAD TRIP THROUGH ROGER'S PASS, MOUNT 7, AND MOUNTAIN SHADOWS

A continental breakfast will be ready and waiting at the Glacier House Restaurant.

 

After breakfast, we’ll pack up and head into town for a little walk-about. There are bike shops abound for those who need to replace a part, grab a new jersey or just simply window shop.

 

We'll grab some ice cream on our way out of town for the 2-hour drive east to Golden via the spectacular Trans Canada Hwy through Mount Revelstoke National Park, and Roger's Pass of Glacier National Park.

 

We'll stop in Golden for lunch, then it's on to Mt. 7 for a MASSIVE SHUTTLE DROP! You won't believe the view. Paragliders take off for world class flying from this very spot, and you can peek down the start of the legendary Red Bull Psychosis race track too. How cool is that?!

 

We'll take a less deadly path down the mountain, then hook into the new Mountain Shadows trail network for a twisty, technical, all-mountain pedal.

 

We'll spend the next 2 nights at our deluxe, yes, we mean deluxe, lodge near the base of Kicking Horse Ski Resort, where we can take advantage of the massive kitchen to do a home cooked group dinner, or head to the resort restaurant just down the road. The 'lush' accommodations, as they are appropriately referred to, might be a little over the top for a bunch of dirty bikers on a road trip, but by this point in the trip, you’ll welcome a little swank.
 

DAY 11. VISTAS AND VALLEYS

After breakfast, we’ll hop on our bikes and leave right from the front door of our lodge in Golden.

 

We’ll hit up the CBT/Moonraker trails today and log some more quality mileage. Many have claimed this area to be their favorite of the trip, as it sports tonnes of superb singletrack through cedar and fir forests with stunning views of the Columbia River Basin and Canyon Creek.

 

Expect some exposure at the canyon’s rim, some technical rooty sections, plenty of spontaneous climbs and super-fun downhills.

 

Today, we’ll enjoy lunch in town and  time chilling out at one of the local cafes. There's usually another option for a mostly downhill ride in the afternoon if anyone still has the gas for it, rest assured, the guides will always go if people are keen.

 

The communal dinner is a tradition back at the Grand Lodge on this night.
 

DAY 12. GOLDEN GRINS

After a hearty breakfast prepared by the guides, we’ll pack the trailer, then gear up for a day of DH at Kicking Horse Resort!

 

Definitely a big-grin day with some major vertical descent and technical delights on offer! Even if you don’t consider yourself much of a downhiller, this is a key part of the Ultimate BC experience. The gondola ride, the vistas, the never ending flow… oh, it’s so good. Just like the ski hill, runs vary from green to double black. We generally lean toward the blues.

 

And, to top it off, we’ll do lunch at 7,700 ft.

 

After a morning of thrills, we’ll load up the shuttle and head off for the 2hr drive east.

 

We’ll make a 45 min stop in Banff so everyone can get their “tourist” fix, then proceed to Canmore to check into our hotel.

 

Tonight, we’ll head out on the town for our final dinner together.
 

DAY 13. THE CHERRY ON TOP

We’ll wake up in Canmore, grab breakfast in town, and pick up a picnic lunch for later.

 

It's about 40 minutes to the Barrier Lake Dam in Kananaskis Country. This is the start point for the incredible, amazing, scintillating and stunning Prairie View/Jewel Pass trail, and the finish point of our riding together...we won't cry as long as you don't cry, ok?

 

This super fun and scenic ride starts with a 6 km gravel road climb to a short hike-a-bike section near the top of Barrier Mountain. The sweet panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, prairies, and rivers will make it all worth it. We'll be rewarded with a super-fast and technical descent down Jewel Pass, an incredibly fun and challenging piece of singletrack, looping us back to the parking lot.

 

Final high fives are handed out, then it's time to pack up bikes. We’ll load up the shuttle and finish the journey back to Calgary.

 

We can drop you off at the Calgary International Airport or at the Acclaim Hotel Calgary Airport.

 

You'll be in a daze as we take you back to the place where it all started. Did that just happen? Is it really possible to have that much fun in 13 days?

 

Only one way to find out...

  • The smallest client to guide ratio in the industry (4:1), allowing you to ride at your preferred pace
  • 12 nights accommodation in small, charming lodges, B&B's and hotels
  • 12 healthy and delicious breakfasts, lunches, snack and drinks for riding, and 1 amazing dinner
  • All transportation during the trip, including airport pick-up and drop-off at Calgary International Airport
  • Bike tools and maintenance kit at your disposal
  • Admission to provincial and national parks
  • Ice-cold microbrews and local beverages at the end of each days ride

Below you will find a comprehensive list of information about this Ride and destination, including Frequently Asked Questions by site visitors and our Riders at the bottom. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for below, click the ‘Ask a Question’ button below.

We’ve Got You Covered +

GETTING THERE AND BACK +

Getting The Most Out of Your Trip +

BIKE AND GEAR INFO AND PACKING LIST +

Destination information +

Important Stuff +

Other Stuff +

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS+

Name Bio My 'Sacred Ride'

Travis Foell
My name is Travis Foell, 24 years old I have been biking since I could walk. I broke my first bike frame at six by taking it off a 3 foot drop to flat pavement. This past year 2014/2015 I took a mountain adventure program here in fernie that...[more] Coming soon!

Samantha Sedlowsky
I love riding of any style. Downhill, all-mountain, bike touring, or taking my son to school on the townie with studded tires through deep snow... everything is better on a bike! Sharing my love of riding with others through coaching and guiding is... Slunt to Brokeback is my favourite ride in Fernie! The climb is challenging and leaves me asking myself if it's worth it.... and it most definitely is!

Kat Robinson
Based in Fernie, BC surrounded by the mountains, I get to share my passions of mountain biking and skiing by spending most of the summer teaching mountain biking both to adults and kids . I get to travel to many great places in both Canada and the...[more] It's hard to pick one of the many awesome trails we have in Fernie but the Ridgemont network is my go to, as it is literally on my doorstep there is such a variety from various...[more]

Reg Mullett
I have been fully immersed in riding bikes for the last ten plus years or so. Originally, my focus was mostly with downhill/bigmountain but I have been spending much more time on my little bike the last five years or so. Chasing after those...[more] Most rides are sacred but I certainly have a preference for riding in the Alpine and get extra excited when a super long descent is at my immediate disposal. Some of my favs include any...[more]

Ryan Kikauka
I love to ride, I always have. Growing up in Ontario, I was that kid who rode my bike everywhere, every day of the year. From the day my training wheels were removed, I've been addicted to free wheelin. I rode bmx, flatland, trials, x-...[more] My sacred ride; well, that would have to be Hyper Ventilation to Hyper Extension in Fernie. An awesome switchbacking climb (yes, I love going uphill too) with some of the best views in...[more]

Johanna Weintrager
I started riding in N.Vancouver around the dawn of the millennium. Falling in love with the gnarly shore trails and spending most of my summer days in Whistler and Squamish, I started racing and coaching pretty quick. Traveling and riding all the... My 'sacred ride' is the incredible Slunt Trail in Fernie, BC: it's a slog and a grunt! This epic ride takes you high above the Elk Valley, with a fast, flowy and amazing...[more]
  • Nipika mountain resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • spectacular mountain biking, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • crossing the river, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • beautiful mountain biking at Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • beautiful mountain biking at Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • beautiful mountain biking at Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • beautiful mountain biking at Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • the hot tub at Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
  • Nipika Mountain Resort, British Columbia, Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures
Below you will find some of the videos for this Ride. Please keep in mind that some of these videos may have been recorded by our guides and the speeds they are riding at aren't necessarily indicative of the speeds you'll be riding at!
Mountain Biking across the Kootenays with Pinkbike
Golden BC
Mountain Biking in Revelstoke, BC
Revelstoke
The Kootenays - Proven Here
Rossland, BC - Seven Summits Trail
Mountain biking in the Kootenays
Mountain Biking in Fernie

Please note that the following data represents a typical itinerary, and unfortunately there is no such thing as a typical itinerary. Weather issues, road closures, changes to the itinerary to accommodate requests, and other issues may affect the itinerary, so the data below represents an 'average' itinerary, and may differ when you actually show up to ride your bike! Our guides make every effort to stick to the itinerary as posted, though :)

Day Hours of Riding Distance ridden Elevation gained Elevation lost Highest elevation
1 0 hours 0 km 0 m 0 m 0 m
2 4.5 hours 27 km 660 m 660 m 1344 m
3 5 hours 25 km 1494 m 1494 m 1585 m
4 4 hours 29 km 900 m 900 m 1600 m
5 2 hours 10 km 305 m 794 m 1140 m
6 6 hours 34 km 1394 m 2249 m 2201 m
7 1.5 hours 11 km 215 m 1105 m 1485 m
8 4 hours 25 km 1391 m 1526 m 1560 m
9 4.5 hours 26 km 1166 m 1211 m 833 m
10 3.5 hours 17 km 595 m 1511 m 1938 m
11 4.5 hours 36 km 992 m 1567 m 1282 m
12 3.5 hours 31 km 162 m 4096 m 2330 m
13 3 hours 14 km 550 m 550 m 1848 m
Totals 46 hours 285 km 9824 m 17663 m 2330 m
RIDE ADD-ONS
Ride enhancements (MTB rentals, single rooms, etc...)
ADD-ON PRICE
Full-Suspension Mountain Bike Rental$780.00 CAD
Single Room Supplement$650.00 CAD
1-hour post-ride massage$110.00 CAD
1 Month Pre-Ride Training Program$390.00 CAD
3 Month Pre-Ride Training Program$710.00 CAD
6 Month Pre-Ride Training Program $1,330.00 CAD
Other
ADD-ON PRICE
Donation to Bikes Without Borders$20.00 CAD
2018
Start Date Meeting Point & Time End Date Dropoff Location & Time Price Deposit Currency Private? Availability Booking
Saturday, August 18, 2018 Calgary airport, 4 pm Thursday, August 30, 2018 Calgary airport, 4 pm 5,495.00 1,099.00 CAD Limited Book Now!
2019
Start Date Meeting Point & Time End Date Dropoff Location & Time Price Deposit Currency Private? Availability Booking
Saturday, August 17, 2019 Calgary airport, 4 pm Thursday, August 29, 2019 Calgary airport, 4 pm 5,595.00 1,119.00 CAD Guaranteed Book Now!
Best Adventure Travel Company on Earth - National Geographic Adventure"#1 MOUNTAIN BIKE TOUR COMPANY ON EARTH"

National Geographic Adventure

Awarded Best Mountain Bike Outfitter 2014 by Outside Magazine"BEST MOUNTAIN BIKE OUTFITTER"

-OUTSIDE MAGAZINE 2014