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Mountain Bike! The Canadian Rockies
by Ward Cameron (Ward Cameron Enterprises)
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One of the best day's of riding that I've had. Good combination of terrain, nice length and fantastic scenery. I'd recommend riding it counter-clockwise, unless you really like to climb.
Big uphills and screaming downhills on a trail perfect for a kamikaze day at the mountains. you will get flats here so be prepared. Its a great spot for a multiday trip because theres many trails only a few kms away from the campground (expensive... 18 bucks a night to tent!!) a classic alberta ride if there ever was one.i enjoyed it immensely going clockwise, its a non stop downwill the last 20 kms pretty much. for a more technical downhill do it counterclockwise as I remember some sections where you could really fly over some spots when I was struggling amongst huge boulders.
This is an exciting trail that offers a full range of scenery. There are technical sections and the famous hill - it fools you with bends that make you think you are at the top. The final downhill is screaming fun but the rocks are big enough to create flats - two of us did.
This trail is a lot of fun, I rode it counterclockwise which is the best in my opinion (I've also ridden it the other way), it is a nice long uphill, about 12 km of nice rolling double track with a couple of steeper rockie sections then a nice ride through the pass and then some nice single track downhillin, we ended up doing the final 5 km of the flat boring gravel flats with a killer tail wind so we flew through it in no time. fun ride and a good workout
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