Yoho National Park has turned old fire roads into safe rides for mountain bikers. Families enjoy both the flat and winding Kicking Horse Trail and the much longer Old 1A Highway; a paved road leading to the Great Divide. Road riders may enjoy the journey to Takakkaw Falls, one of the highest and most accessible waterfalls in the Rockies.

Please ride with care, bike bear-aware, and give right of way to hikers and horse parties.

Mountain biking | Road cycling | Map

Mountain biking

  • Tally Ho Trail (from Hwy 1 to Emerald Lake Road) 3.0 km*
  • Kicking Horse Trail (from Natural Bridge to Otterhead River) 6.3 km*
  • Ross Lake Trail (from Lake O’Hara parking lot, to Ross Lake Junction and on to Lake Louise) 8.3 km*
  • Otterhead Trail (from Natural Bridge to Tocher Ridge junction) 14.3 km*
  • Ottertail Valley Trail (from Hwy 1 to McArthur Creek Warden Cabin) 15.1 km*
  • Ice River Trail** (from Hoodoo Creek Campground to Lower Ice River Warden Cabin) 17.5 km*
  • Amiskwi Trail** (from Natural Bridge to Otto Creek) 18.8 km*

Biking on the Lake O'Hara Fire Road is prohibited.

Check the Backcountry Guide to Yoho National Park, for a map and specific details.

Road cycling

  • Great Divide / Old 1A Hwy (from Lake O’Hara parking lot to the Great Divide) 3.0 km*
  • Great Divide / Old 1A Hwy (from Lake O’Hara parking lot to Lake Louise Drive) 10.5 km*
  • Yoho Valley Road (from Hwy 1 to Takakkaw Falls) 7.0 km*
  • Emerald Lake Road (from Natural Bridge to Emerald Lake) 7.0 km*

* All distances are one-way.
**These trails are not maintained.