Mountain Biking


From easygoing to extreme, find the right bike path for you.

Ride In Radium

Hop on your bike and head out for a pleasant pedal, classic cross-country tour, or downhill adventure in Radium. The choice is yours.

Leave right from your door and take in spectacular views of the Purcell and Rocky Mountains.

From around the Village, easily connect with nearby trails for a laidback pedal. Jump on your bike and get going! 

On the Warm Side of the Rockies, we’ve got the longest biking season around. With sunny spring days, you’ll find Village biking trails snow-free and ready to go. 

The bike trails around Radium are perfect for the whole family. The Old Coach Trail weaves above vast wetlands and the Columbia River for a delightful, accessible outing. The Sinclair Creek Trail, meandering alongside the creek, is perfect for a warm afternoon or after dinner ride.

Trail Biking

Easy adventure for everyone.

Old Coach Road Trail

Catch views of the Columbia River Wetlands while biking through well-maintained doubletrack with rolling hills, perfect for a family.

At 9 km one way, the Old Coach Trail is perfect for a longer day ride or a quick out-and-back.

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Sinclair Creek Trail

Take a ride on the beginner-friendly Sinclair Creek Trail.

Great on a hot summer day, this trail offers protection from the sun in the shaded trees. The Sinclair Creek Trail is also the access point to the Pump and Jump Track and is perfect for family excursions.

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Nipika Mountain Resort

There is no shortage of trails to enjoy at Nipika Mountain Resort.

Located 30 minutes away from the Village, Nipika offers a vast and varied trail system suitable for all riders, including a growing adaptive network.

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Panorama Mountain Resort

Find easy mountain biking opportunities at Panorama Mountain Resort. Meander along the paved Valley Trail from the Mile 1 Express Chairlift, or pedal along the gravel “Let it Ride” trail.

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Markin-MacPhail Westside Legacy Trail

Ride the beautiful Westside Legacy Trail, running from Invermere to Fairmont Hot Springs. This trail is paved with rolling hills. Find detailed information about each stretch of the path here.

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Mountain Biking

For those looking for a faster adventure.

Mount Swansea Recreation Area

Explore the downhill mountain biking trails of Mount Swansea near Windermere.

Mountain bikers have vast terrain to explore with intermediate to advanced downhill options. Get your blood pumping by pedalling the uptrack. Or shuttle via the access road, open from early summer to late fall (high-clearance, AWD vehicle required).

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Panorama Mountain Resort

Half an hour southwest of Radium Hot Springs lies Panorama Mountain Resort

Find downhill mountain biking from beginner to expert levels, accessed by the Resort’s Mile 1 Express chairlift. Trail fees in effect.

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Kloosifier-Johnson Trail

Located en route to Panorama, the Kloosifier-Johnson trail system offers intermediate singletrack mountain biking.

A 3-km adaptive loop, the Junior Johnson, is beginner friendly. Stop by the Visitor Centre for a trail map or download one online.

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Fat Biking

Nipika Mountain Resort

Nipika Mountain Resort boasts over 30km of groomed fat biking trails offering beautiful views of the Kootenay River and mountains.

Rentals available.

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Lake Windermere

When Lake Windermere is frozen, fat biking is a delightful way to experience the ice!

Travel alongside skaters and cross-country skiers on the world-famous Whiteway path system.

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Lake Lillian

Check out the fat biking trail along the shores of Lake Lillian. Get great views of the mountains at this small and scenic lake!

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Panorama Mountain Resort

Access the network of fat biking trails at the iconic Panorama Mountain Resort. Explore trails and roads around the resort with groomed single and double track trails.

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Road Biking

Golden Triangle

Golden Triangle loop – 310 km

The golden triangle is a three day, 310km cycling loop that passes through Radium, Golden, Field, and Lake Louise. It offers spectacular views, taking cyclists over the Continental Divide twice.

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