Fat Biking in the Kootenay Rockies
January 4, 2021
Looking for a fun and unique winter activity in the Cranbrook, British Columbia area? Well, look no further! Give Fat Biking a try this winter with the help of Kimberley Alpine Resort.
Fat biking is the latest craze to hit the outdoor community. You’ve likely seen these unique bikes online or on the local trails and bike paths in the Kootenay Rockies area. There is a good reason these bikes have gained popularity over the last few years, they are a blast to ride! The extra-wide bike tires make them a breeze to ride on the snow-covered trails, and it’s one of the best ways to get off the beaten tracks and explore the beautiful scenery of British Columbia.
A short 30-minute drive from the Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre in Cranbrook, B.C., the Kimberley Alpine Resort offers a great opportunity to jump on a fat bike and experience this fun winter activity for yourself this winter. Their Trickle Creek S’MORES Fat Bike Adventure runs daily and includes a 2 hour guided fat bike tour (bikes and helmets included) through the award-winning Trickle Creek Golf Resort forest. Along the way, stop to warm up by a fire, cook s’mores, and enjoy a hot beverage.
Visit the Kimberley Alpine Resort website for more information about this fun winter experience and their COVID-19 protocols. You can also get a sneak peek at the beautiful scenery and what to expect on your fat-biking adventure by watching the video above.