CNC Georgetown Trail

Canmore, Alberta

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While this trail is a very popular 3.46-mile loop, it also reflects the history of an area that was built on coal mining. This trail has two main access points. The principal access is from the Nordic Center itself. Most Canmoreites, however, access the trail by climbing the long staircase from the Rundle Power Plant on the Canmore Townsite Trails. This offers quick access to the Nordic Center without a car. There are great views of the Fairholme Range and the Bow River to the east. This trail has a secondary purpose as a self-guided interpretive trail.
Mountain Bike! The Canadian Rockies

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Mountain Bike! The Canadian Rockies

by Ward Cameron (Ward Cameron Enterprises)

While this trail is a very popular 3.46-mile loop, it also reflects the history of an area that was built on coal mining. This trail has two main access points. The principal access is from the Nordic Center itself.

Most Canmoreites, however, access the trail by climbing the long staircase from the Rundle Power Plant on the Canmore Townsite Trails. This offers quick access to the Nordic Center without a car. There are great views of the Fairholme Range and the Bow River to the east. This trail has a secondary purpose as a self-guided interpretive trail.

©  Ward Cameron/Ward Cameron Enterprises. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Canmore
Distance: 3.5
Elevation Gain: 394 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: Late May to mid-October
Trailhead Elevation: 4,658 feet
Top Elevation: 4,658 feet
Local Contacts: Canmore Nordic Centre, 403-678-2400
Local Maps: NTS 82 O / 3 Canmore; Canmore Alberta Recreation Map
Driving Directions: Directions to CNC Georgetown Trail

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