All of our Clinics and Tours are rated using the icon image of one of Alberta's official animals - the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. It is the largest wild sheep inhabiting North America. A large ram (a male sheep) may weigh over 300 pounds and stand over 42 inches tall at the shoulder. They are generally a dark brown to gray/brown color with a white rump patch, muzzle and back of legs and are often found in groups along sections of the routes we ride.
All of our 2 and 3 Ram tours require a good level of physical fitness. If you are unsure whether you're physically able to complete the tour you're interested in, it would be best for you to do some multi-day training rides before signing up to ensure you're safe to go.
Our Easiest Tour.
Daily distances under 40 kilometres or 2-3 hours of cycling.
80/20 split between mostly asphalt with some gravel.
Under 250 metres of elevation per day.
2 day tour.
Intermediate Level Tour.
Daily distances between 40 - 60 kilometres or 3-4 hours of cycling.
Closer to 50/50 split between asphalt and gravel roads.
500 metres to 1000 metres of elevation per day.
Minimum 3 day tour.
Expert Level Tour.
Daily distances between 50 - 75 kilometres or 4-6 hours of cycling.
80/20 split with mostly gravel and some asphalt.
500 metres to 1200+ metres of elevation per day in the mountains.
Extreme weather conditions possible including rain, hail, or snow - even in the middle of Summer.
Minimum 5 day tour.