This is an introduction to some of Jaspers best Fat Biking scenery and trails. This winter activity is a great thing to do. Explore some beautiful trails and take in the winter scenery with this new and exciting activity. Pedal your way through the snow. Four inch wide tires allow traction on snowy trails. Accompanied by a well trained guide, get facts about Jasper, as well as riding tips and tricks. No waiting in lines or crowds. Enjoy the peaceful solitude of the National Park. Beginner easy tour with no hills to climb suitable for all abilities and fitness levels. This is a group tour and you may be paired with other guests.
Start and finish at Old Fort Point parking lot in Jasper Alberta just minutes from town at 2:00pm every day. Reservations are required. Fat Bike rental and helmet included. Please dress warm as you will be biking through the snow in cold weather.
December 2nd 2022 - April 2nd 2023
Send us proof of your Marmot escape card in an email ahead of time and we will send you a 10% off promo code for your booking!
Reserve your spot in advance. We have a maximum of eight guests per day.
Your tour comes with a bike rental and helmet. These bikes are designed for riding in the snow and ice. They have 4 inch wide tires for ultimate traction. The dropper post helps you stay in control in harder terrain. A one by 12 speed Shimano SLX shifting system is simple and provides great gear ratios. The hydraulic disk brakes provide a lot of power for stopping. This is a fun, playful bike that you will love riding, especially if you have not tried fat biking yet.
For the optimal Fat Biking experience flat packed or groomed trails are ideal. In Jasper National Park a lot of this is done by volunteers especially the friends of Jasper Trail Alliance. There are dozens or trails to link together in Jasper. We are grateful that some of them are groomed. Trail conditions change each day based on the temperature, snow fall, ice melt, and more. Contact us to book a tour or for the most up to date guides recommendations of trails.