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Kananaskis Conservation Pass

We feel pretty honoured to be included in Air Canada’s enRoute magazine article about Fat Biking in Canada.
“…A winter pastime that’s steadily gained traction over the past five years, fat biking is now available in every province from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island. From adrenaline‑pumping single‑track trails in the mountains to flat and picturesque pathways across the Prairies, there’s a route for every age and skill set. But where to venture? We’ve rounded up the top trails for fat biking in Canada. No matter which one you choose, you’ll satisfy your need for fresh air and a little heart‑pumping activity wherever you find yourself this winter…

…Shinrin, Kananaskis, Alberta — Newly built for fat biking in the winter, Shinrin (from “shinrin‑yoku” or “forest bathing” in Japanese) has a similar feel to a single‑track mountain bike trail and is perfect for experienced fat bikers. The narrow adventure trail mostly runs through the forest but also features scenic lookouts over Ribbon Creek. If you want a guide, turn to Claude Faerden at Kananaskis Outfitters, who rents bikes and hosts fat‑bike tours. You may even wish to spend the night at nearby Kananaskis Mountain Lodge and relax tired muscles in the Nordic Spa on site…”
That was an excerpt from the magazine article, written by Andrea Karr for enRoute.

To read the full article follow this link.

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