Kootenay Rockies & Columbia Valley
Mountain Biking in Fernie
Mountain biking in Fernie is a favourite pastime for locals - you might hear some say that they actually love the biking more than the powder, if you can believe that! With an extensive and ever growing number of trails in the local area you will no doubt find your perfect trail in Fernie. Ride right from town or head to Fernie Alpine Resort's Lift Access Bike Park.
Mountain Biking near Fairmont
The Fairmont Hot Springs Resort offers 3,000 acres of terrain to discover on bike. Join a biking tour or go out on your own, there is a trail in the area for every skill level. Some of the local favourites are Owl's Loop and Geary Lookout and the Overlook Trail.
Mountain Biking at Panorama
Discover authentic downhill mountain biking at Panorama Mountain Village. Renowned for single track trails with natural and man-made features, wide open cruisers and expert downhill terrain, there is a trail option for everyone. Enjoy high-speed chairlift access from the end of June to end of August. Cross country biking trails are also available in the Lake Lillian area and Greywolf areas.
Mountain Biking in Kimberley
Options exist for every rider regardless of skill level in Kimberley BC. Mountain bikers will especially enjoy biking in Kimberley Nature Park, the Nordic Trails and in Lois Creek. BMX'ers will enjoy the Kimberley Bike and Skate Park and casual cruisers will enjoy the Rails to Trails pathway than runs from Kimberley to Cranbrook.
Mountain Biking near Radium
Radium offers something for all styles of riding each with fantastic views. Popular road touring routes include the Lake Windermere Route, the Golden Triangle Loop or Sinclair Canyon. Cross-country riding is exceptional along the Johnson, the fire roads in Kootenay National Park or at Nipika Mountain Resort.
Mountain Biking in the Columbia Valley
The Columbia Valley is a favourite for mountain biking. Trail systems surround the town of Invermere and Windermere. Some of the fan-faves are: Mount Swansea, Johnson and Kloosifier trail networks