DUE TO THE COVID SITUATION ALL TRIPS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Tour Ratings

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.

 

ONE RAM



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.


2 RAMS



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.

3 RAMS


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.