Yoho National Park For Mountain Biking

The 36th most popular mountain bike trail in British Columbia.

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East of Golden and northwest of Lake Louise, the YNP has a variety of trails open to mountain biking that are accessible from the TransCanada Highway or Hwy 93. The more popular routes include the Emerald River Trail, the Ice River Trail (17.5km), the Ottertail Valley Trail (15km), the Otterhead Trail (10km) and the Amiskwi Trail (19km).

Overall, Yoho National Park is the 36th most popular mountain bike trail of all 46 mountain biking rides in British Columbia. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Yoho National Park including Red Rocks Loop Trail, Moonraker Trails Recreation Area, Dawn Mountain Trail, Mount 7, Golden Gate Canyon State Park and Red Rocks / Dakota Ridge Trails.


Local Contact(s):  Yoho National Park (250) 343-6783; BC Visitors (800) 435-5622; Canadian Tourism (800) 577-2266;Canadian Explorer Guides (888) 238-8000; Backcountry Biking in the Rockies by Eastcott & Lepp (613) 748-5629 or (403) 249-9490.

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Bike! Canadian Rockies" from Ward Cameron

Best Season:  Jun. - Sept.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Kicking Horse Lodge, Field (250) 343-6303

Luxury Loding:  Emerald Lake Lodge (800) 663-6336

Breakfast Restaurant:  Emerald Lake Lodge; CP Rail Cafe, Field

Reference Source:  click here http://www.pc.gc.ca/

Article Source:   Best Yoho National Park Mountain Biking Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=BIKE&id=5439

Date Published:  12/27/2015

Date Updated:  8/11/2016

ID:  5439

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