Rides

Athabasca Loop

June-October1 daySkill:2/9

Level 2/Beginner

  • You have limited experience with off-road trail riding
  • You may have done some road riding
  • You are reasonably fit and adventurous.

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Fitness:3/9

Level 3

  • You are capable of riding 1-2 hours a day at a relaxed pace with several breaks.
  • You can handle one or two easy climbs of up to 150 vertical metres (330 ft.) total.
  • You exercise on average 1-2 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$150 CAD
New to mountain biking? Looking to try it out? Worried about going alone? This is the ride for you! Get a taste of why we think Life is Better on a Mountain Bike with our local guides. This loop offers trails for the beginner mountain biker who has been biking before but maybe not on a trail. Our guides will show you the ropes as they ease you along this beautiful riverside trail, past Old Fort Point and then flowing back along the river. Trailside organic bagged lunch and snacks provided, amazing views guaranteed!
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Moberlander

June-October1 daySkill:4/9

Level 4/Intermediate

  • You have good general trail riding skills
  • You're capable of controlling bike speed and direction on moderate singletrack.
  • You ride at least 2-3 times/month during riding season.

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Fitness:4/9

Level 4

  • You can ride 2-3 hours at a moderate pace with several short breaks, over a few days.
  • You are capable of climbing up to 200 vertical metres (650 ft.) in a day.
  • You exercise on average 2-3 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$200 CAD
Moberlander A shorter, chiller version of the Overlander for our intermediate riders looking for a litle bit of everything without too much technical to get in the way of your flow. Still including a Moberly cabin visit and then an exquisite lunch at the famous Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
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Overlander

April-October1 daySkill:8/9

Level 8/Expert

  • You are fully confident riding all types of terrain and distances.
  • You ride as often as possible and can handle technical terrain and medium-level stunts, such as large log rollovers (over 1 ft high) and small bridges.
  • You can descend steeps and climb technical singletrack with little to no problem.
  • You rarely - if ever - get off your bike to walk sections except on extremely technical terrain.

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Fitness:8/9

Level 8

  • You can ride up to 7 hours a day at a fast and steady pace over several days.
  • You have little trouble climbing 1,000 vertical metres (3,280 ft.) in a day on steep terrain.
  • You exercise on average 8-10 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$150 CAD
This ride has a little bit of everything, cruisy single track, technical rocky, edgy cliffside trail overlooking the Athabasca River, and all at your fingertips from Jasper Townsite, 45kms out and back. An amazing valley bottom ride with rocky mountain river blues.
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