Fat Biking

Enjoy the outdoors and bike in the winter!

Rent a special fat tire winter bike from the Greywolf Nordic Centre.

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Winter biking? You bet!

Since its debut in western Canada more than decade ago fat biking has never looked back. With over-sized tires perfect for riding on packed snow, a fat bike is a great way to explore the quiet multi-use trails and snowy roads around the resort. Our fat tire bike trail offer both a single track and groomed double track shared trails with snowshoers. 

*Rentals will be available once our Fat Bike trail system is ready in January. Please call the Greywolf Nordic Centre on 250-341-3090 for the latest update on Fat Bike rentals.

Important:
  • Stay on designated trails!
  • When on shared cross country trails ride on shoulder and not on the track set for classic cross-country skiers.
  • Tires must be 3.75" or wider with a tire pressure of less than 10 PSI, no exceptions.
  • Please observe trail signage and practice trail courtesy.
  • Sorry, no dogs are allowed to accompany fat tire riders as it is our experience that riders are unable to adequately control their dogs.
Know Before You Go

Masks and face coverings are mandatory in all public indoor spaces and many outdoor zones around the village. Please read our COVID protocols and winter operations before visiting. 

Where to pick up rentals
  • Fat Tire Bikes (Greywolf Clubhouse starting January 1, 2021)
  • Snowshoes (Greywolf Clubhouse)
  • Cross-Country skis, poles and boots (Greywolf Clubhouse)
2020-21 Trail Use Fees for Fat Tire Biking
  FAT TIRE TRAIL DAY TICKET 2 HOUR FAT TIRE BIKE RENTAL
(Includes Trail Ticket)
5 HOUR FAT TIRE BIKE RENTAL
(Includes Trail Ticket)
Adult (18 - 64) $10 $29 $55
Youth (13 - 17) $8 $29 $55
Child (7 - 12) $8 $29 $55
Senior (65 - 74) $6 $29 $55
Tot FREE (ticket required) N/A N/A
Super Senior (75+) FREE (ticket required) $29 $55
Where can I ride?

Fat biking is best on firm, packed snow. Our fat bike-snowshoe shared trails offer great riding.

Check out our multi-use trails conditions report, here.

The Johnson Trails are located about half way between the resort and Invermere (across from Lake Lillian). This area offers packed single track loops. You can find more info on the Columbia Valley Cycling Society website.

 

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