Great Divide Mountain Bike Route - Canada

Great Divide Mountain Bike Route - Canada

Banff, Alberta - Roosville, Montana (254 miles)

By author: Adventure Cycling Association
2 Pages, 978-0-935108-76-7
Adventure Cycling Association 12/1/2011
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This route extends the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route into Canada along the spine of the Rocky Mountains. Beginning in Banff, it heads southward through spectacular scenery to Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. The route uses Elk Pass (6,443 feet) to cross the Continental Divide (known as the Great Divide in Canada). The towns of Elkford and Sparwood offer services.

From Sparwood, you can choose to follow the main route through miles and miles of unbridled wilderness or the Fernie Alternate, a more populated and mostly paved option. The endpoint is Roosville, which is the beginning of the U.S. Stretch of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route."

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