Fat biking at Canmore Nordic Centre is only permitted on designated single track trails marked with fat bike signage.
- No trail winter trail fees are required for Fat Biking.
- Consider purchasing a Canmore and Area Mountain Biking Association Membership. CAMBA volunteers support the Fat Biking grooming program.
- A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle at Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park.
Fat Bike Trails
(Updated: Feb 28)
A wildlife corridor exists in the portion of Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park located above the stadium area at Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park. Travel in this area is:
Fat Biking Single Track Trail Etiquette
- Fat Biking is permitted on designated single track trails only. Stay off groomed ski trails except at designated trail crossings and short segments as signed.
- Winter Biking recommended tire width and pressure in snowy or soft conditions is >3.7 inches and <5 psi.
- If leaving ruts greater than 1 inch on groomed single track trails, turn around and consider using other trails.
- If leaving post holes greater than 1 inch on groomed single track trails, turn around and consider using other trails.
- Dogs are prohibited on single track in winter.
- Be an ambassador for the sport. Be polite, educate other riders and discourage bad behaviour. Please show respect for the park and other visitors.
Trail Heads (Enlarge images on mouseover)