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ABOUT THIS REGION  CYCLING ROAD TOURS

Icefields Parkway - Jasper to Banff, Inn to Inn

Welcome to the Icefields Parkway Inn-to-Inn cycle tour. For many cyclists this is the best cycle tour in the world. The spectacular scenery found in the national parks of the Canadian Rockies is unprecedented in North America. This tour offers you the opportunity to travel this high country on one of the greatest mountain roadways of the world - The Icefields Parkway.

Icefields Parkway - Jasper to Banff, Inn to Inn

Stretching an impressive 200 miles (300 km) between the historic towns of Jasper and Banff, the Icefields Parkway traverses beneath some of the most majestic mountains of the world. Flanked by dozens of massive glaciers that plummet to the roadsides, it follows three major river systems and passes by exquisite scenery studded with turquoise lakes and brilliant wild flowers. Along the route, two mountain passes - Sunwapta and Bow - take you up to elevations in excess of 7,000 feet (2,100 metres) for breathtaking views of the Columbia Icefield, the largest conglomeration of glaciers in the Canadian Rockies whose melting waters feed rivers that eventually drain into the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic Oceans. From the elegant to the formidable, the mountain peaks of the Canadian Rockies are nothing less than spectacular and deserve the United Nations World Heritage Site designation bestowed upon them. So let our guides take you on a mountain cycle tour in the style and luxury of an inn-to-inn experience you won't forget.

Icefields Parkway - Jasper to Banff, Inn to Inn

Season: early July to late August
Requirements: Bikes and equipment (can be rented).
Suggested Clothing: Rain gear, warm clothing, hiking boots, extra shoes, hat, gloves.
Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate
Restrictions: We welcome all levels of riders on these trips and we encourage you to set your own goals. With our unique support system and the lowest guide/guest ratio in the business we are able to adjust our trips to different fitness levels within the group. Whether you are looking for a relaxed scenic ride or if you want to test your physical limits, these trips are for you. To get the most out of your holiday we recommend that you engage in activities that maintain your overall fitness and ride as much as possible.
Maximum Number of People: 12
Equipment Provided: Support vehicle and luggage transport, shuttle transportation from Banff to Jasper, all National Park fees and permits.
Transportation: Trips begin and end in Banff, Alberta.
Accommodations: 5 nights accommodation in hotels and historic mountain lodges.
Meal Information: Five breakfasts, five lunches, three dinners are included.
Guide Information: Professional guide services included for the entire trip.
Weather Information: The winters in the Canadian Rockies are long. But summers, although short are spectacular and are blessed with glorious bursts of heat. A typical day in the summer averages in the high 70s Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius), while evenings cool off to the high 50s Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius). Higher elevations may see frost in any summer month. Rain showers can occur at any time but they are generally short and infrequent.
Trip Duration Price
6 days
$2495.00* per person
Based on double occupancy. 300 km. July 5-10, July 19-24, August 9-14, 2015
6 days

$2495.00* per person
Based on double occupancy. 500 km. July 12-17, August 2-7, August 16-21, 2015
*Please add 5% Goods and Services Tax

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