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Multi-use Paths and Trails

Canmore offers an extensive network of multi-use trails extending throughout the town and beyond to surrounding recreation areas. With our varied trail systems, from maintained gravel path systems to paved trails, it’s easy to get around town.

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Bike-friendly Canmore

One of the best things about being in a small mountain town is that it’s so easy to leave your car behind and get around on foot, by bus, or of course bike! To support and inspire a passionate and growing cycling community, Canmore has given extra care and attention to biking infrastructure and amenities.

Need more info about all aspects of Canmore’s bike culture? Discover beautiful multi-use pathways, cyclist amenities, bicycle-friendly businesses, thrilling adventures in the mountain peaks, trail maps and guides, where to lock your bike while you relax on a patio, and local biking events.

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ROAM Transit

Canmore’s local public transit service is your ticket to easy exploration. Hop on Route 5 from almost any hotel in Canmore and ride throughout the Town – for FREE. Day trip to Banff? Route 3 will get you there and back at an affordable rate. Roam will get you to some of the region’s most-visited tourist destinations, from Johnston Canyon to the Hot Springs.

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4 Reasons Why You Should Ditch the Car in Canmore

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About Canmore

An hour west of Calgary, 22 kilometres (12 miles) east of Banff, and nestled in the vast wildlands of Kananaskis Country, visitors and residents of Canmore are energized and inspired by its incredible location.

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About Kananaskis

Kananaskis Country is a park system in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies that covers 4,000 square kilometres (1,544 square miles), a collection of formally designated wildland parks, provincial parks, recreation parks, ecological reserves, and cultural zones.

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