6 days/5 nights, with 4 days cycling

Start any date between June 15 and September 15

Daily distances range from 85 km (53 mi) to 106 km (66 mi)

This is a mountainous region and there are challenging steep climbs

Classic Accommodation:  

Single Supplement: CAD$960

Luxe Accommodation:   CAD$2850
Single Supplement: CAD$1260


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Price before tax. Alberta applies a 5% GST.

  • 5 nights hotels
  • All breakfasts and 1 dinner
  • Luggage transfers
  • Use of a high quality performance hybrid or road bike and accessories
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  • We require that you bring your own helmet for safety and hygiene reasons
  • Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
  • Detailed route instructions and map
  • Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
  • Area manager available on call throughout the tour
  • Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits

Your tour starts in Banff the oldest and largest town in the National Parks of the Rockies. Located 150 km (94 miles) west of Calgary, Alberta, Banff is situated in the scenic Bow Valley surrounded by Cascade Mtn, Tunnel Mtn, Mt. Rundle, Sulphur Mtn, and Mt. Norquay.

There is regularly scheduled air service to Calgary from across North America, with non-stop flights to Calgary from all major Canadian and many US centres, including: Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, Dallas & Seattle. Additionally, non-stop international flights are available from London and Frankfurt.

A number of companies offer an airport shuttle service to Banff from the Calgary Airport. If you are flying home from Calgary Airport, a special transfer might be necessary to enable you to catch a flight on the same day as the tour end.


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Canadian Rockies Banff-Jasper Challenge Cycling 6 Days

Dare to be adventurous. Experience the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks during the day while enjoying the warm, luxurious comfort of mountain lodges at night. Cycle lodge to lodge. Hearts will pound as you crest stunning mountain passes — offering unparalleled views of snow-capped peaks. Pedal past herds of elk and bighorn sheep, chance upon a grazing moose. Begin your exploration in Banff National Park, where towering mountains rise from the shores of turquoise-blue lakes. Cycle along the most spectacular road in Canada as you journey north to Jasper National Park. Gleaming glaciers, overwhelming vistas, enchanted forests and iridescent lakes. Rewarding rides through this marvellous UNESCO World Heritage Site provide an exhilarating sense of accomplishment that will last a lifetime.

Brewster’s Mountain Lodge

Brewster’s Mountain Lodge, Banff

This inn is located in historic downtown Banff, surrounded by the splendour of the mountains; enjoy an authentic Western atmosphere with log architecture - each guest room features handcrafted natural log furnishings.

Mountaineer Lodge

Mountaineer Lodge, Lake Louise

Nestled in a forest with tremendous views, it feels secluded, yet is a scenic 5 minute walk from a variety of services and shopping. Guests can visit the whirlpool and steam room area to relax.

The Crossing

The Crossing Resort, Saskatchewan River

This resort property nestles at the base of towering Mt. Wilson and is surrounded by stunning mountain vistas and glaciers. There is a lively pub-style restaurant and comfortable rooms with balconies.

Sunwapta Falls and Resort

Sunwapta Falls Resort, Jasper National Park

This resort has cabin style rooms and an excellent restaurant and retains a Rockies lodge atmosphere. You should definitely take the opportunity to visit Sunwapta Falls, located 1 km from the resort.


Chateau Jasper

Chateau Jasper, Jasper

The newly renovated Chateau Jasper is a cozy hotel with a variety of accommodations and facilities. This conveniently located hotel offers 119 fully air-conditioned guest rooms and suites, each furnished with mountain decor in mind. Other features include an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, fitness centre, a variety of meeting rooms and the Silverwater Grill & Lounge

Num-ti-jah Lodge Buffalo Mountain Lodge, Banff
The main lodge complements its natural setting with square timber, post and beam construction and high open ceilings. The decor boasts old-world craftsmanship and a simple, elegant design.

Num-ti-jah Lodge

Post Hotel, Lake Louise

Lake Louise is only a few minutes walk from this rustic inn; after a day of activities, enjoy the rooftop hot tub with a dazzling Victoria Glacier view. The dining room is one of the best in the region.

Num-ti-jah Lodge

Num-ti-jah Lodge, Bow Lake *Classic Inn

This lodge has one of the most dramatic views in the Rockies. The rooms are rustic and simple but very comfortable. Guests can relax in the Nashan-esen Lounge, Elkhorn dining room or the library.

Columbia Icefield Chalet

Glacier View Inn, Jasper National Park *Classic Inn

With spectacular views of surrounding mountains and glaciers, the rooms here are modest and comfortable.

Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper

The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is a 700 acre year-round luxury mountain resort which wraps around the shores of pristine Lac Beauvert. Straight Talk: Some guests feel this hotel falls short of expectations. The Alpine Village Cabin Resort (#1 rated on TA) is an option should you prefer a more traditional lodge which is 2.5 km outside of town.

"The scenery was magical. Just when we thought we had seen the most beautiful lakes, we saw lakes just as beautiful, but with a glacier and waterfall added! We liked the difficulty of the tour. The rivers and mountains made all the uphills a pleasure."

- S. Simon & P. Knop

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