A cyclist relaxes at Rogers Pass © Parks Canada / Jacolyn Daniluck
A cyclist explores the Trans-Canada highway monument © Parks Canada / Jacolyn Daniluck
Narrow valleys and rugged mountain peaks; glaciers and dense old-growth forests; fast-moving rivers and streams; an astonishing assortment of birds, plants and wild animals await you in Glacier National Park, all from the saddle of your bike.
Whether you’re a casual rider or a technical expert, cycling offers a special way to experience the diversity of Canada’s mountain parks.
Only road cycling is currently permitted in Glacier National Park. Cyclists are also permitted to bike on the Illecillewaet Campground Road.
The summit of Rogers Pass is a great place to catch your breath—and then have it taken away by the mountain views.
For more information on cycling, contact:
Mount Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park
Telephone: 250-837-7500 (Pacific Time)