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|360 Adventures||360 Adventures||Experience Arizona adventure tours created just for you!
Arizona adventure tours by 360 Adventures take the worry out of exploring so you can focus on having fun. While Arizona features some of the world's best opportunities for canyoneering, rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking, exploring the state's outdoor attractions takes some planning.
Between figuring out where to go, picking the right routes, finding the best sights and having the proper equipment, you have a lot to consider before you can even think about having fun. Of course, once at your destination, safety becomes a priority as well.
360 Adventures takes the worry out of your next outing by providing you with the expert guides and equipment you need to experience Arizona's wilderness. Whether you want to hike the Grand Canyon, bike Sedona's red rocks or climb local landmarks in Phoenix, every detail is handled so all you have to do is show up.
||http://www.360-adventures.com/ (Home)||Phoenix||AZ||United States||ViewMap|
|Adventure Maps, Inc.||Adventure Maps, Inc.||http://www.adventuremaps.net/ (Home)||Salem||OR||United States||ViewMap|
|Adventure Rides, Inc.||Adventure Rides, Inc.||http://www.gobicycleriding.com (Home)||SILVERTHORNE||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Adventure Sports Magazine||Adventure Sports Magazine||SNELLVILLE||GA||United States||ViewMap|
|Adventure Travel Trade Association||Adventure Travel Trade Association|
www.Adventure.Travel is your source for finding true MTB adventures with trusted tour operators. Featuring only pre-qualified Adventure Travel Trade Association members, www.Adventure.Travel provides you with an in-depth directory of physical, cultural and nature-based multi-sport adventure travel tour operators from around the globe, plus a host of trip planning resources like destination profiles and traveler reviews. www.Adventure.Travel is a reliable and credible way to find your adventure of a lifetime. This multi-sport adventure directory is a program of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), a global membership organization and home to a thriving community of 800 responsible, profitable businesses, destinations and media who transform customers and businesses alike into advocates for sustainability and justice worldwide. Our members include tour operators, tourism boards, specialty travel agents, guides, accommodations, media and service providers.
|http://www.adventure.travel (Home)||Seattle||WA||United States||ViewMap|
|Aktivferien AG||Aktivferien AG||http://www.suedfrankreich.ch (Home)||8472 Seuzach||ZH||Switzerland||ViewMap|
|All Terra Cyclery / All Terra Ecotrails||All Terra Cyclery / All Terra Ecotrails||http://www.facebook.com/pages/All-Terra-EcoTrails/154681321252230 (Facebook)||Pasig city||MM||Philippines||ViewMap|
|Alpenglow Vacation Rentals||Alpenglow Vacation Rentals||http://www.AlpenglowVacationRentals.com (Home)||Bend||OR||United States||ViewMap|
|Alpi Bike Resort - Turismo Torino e Provincia||Alpi Bike Resort - Turismo Torino e Provincia||http://www.turismotorino.org (Home)||10123 Torino||TO||Italy||ViewMap|
|Alpine Indoor, LLC.||Alpine Indoor, LLC.||Solvang||CA||United States||ViewMap|
|Alyeska Resort||Alyeska Resort||http://www.alyeskaresort.com (Main)||Girdwood||AK||United States||ViewMap|
|American Trail Running Association||American Trail Running Association||http://www.trailrunner.com (Home)||Colorado Springs||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Apex Ex Adventure Trips||Apex Ex Adventure Trips|
Apex Ex is comprised of the Expeditions and the Experiential divisions. Apex Expeditions provides everything adults need to be active in the Rocky Mountains: the expertise, gear, transportation, and sense of adventure. Serving locals and travelers we have both guided trips and skills courses. A few of our Clinics and Weekend trips are listed below. Apex Experiential is a platform available to teachers dedicated to their students’ health and happiness through activity independence. Local Clinics w/ Apex Ex Trail Mechanics: Has your bike ever broken down while out on the trail and you have not had the tools or knowledge to continue your ride? This is a great 3hrs clinic to learn what to take and how to fix the most common bicycle related problems. Get hands on experience on how to fix a flat-tire, adjust brakes, repair a broken chain, tighten a loose headset. Gain the skills and confidence to problem solve and keep on riding. After the clinic there will be a optional group trail ride on one of the many amazing mountain trails Colorado has to offer. Cornering and Clearing Obstacles: Want to learn how to get through those tricky switch-backs? Tired of always having to get off your bike to get over that rock or log? This 3hrs clinic will give you exercises to find balance, correct body position to wheelie and corner through your favorite trails. This 3 hour clinic will have 1 ½ of flatground drills and skills, followed by a group ride to practice your newly acquired technic. Up & Up: Is your least favorite part of mtn. biking the accent? Do you want to find the pleasure and comfort in pedaling uphill? This 3hr clinic is designed to give you the skills and mindset to conquer climbs and find new great trails in your backyard. Primary skills addressed: how to start / restart up on up-hills, knowing your gears, going slow to go fast and technical ups. This clinic will have 1 hour of hands of drills and skills, followed by an uphill ride to find your pace, pleasure and confidence to get the top. What goes up must come down, enjoy the fruits of your labor by enjoying great single track all the way back to the trailhead. Playing w/ Gravity: Want to find the comfort of riding downhill? or learn to ride safer and faster on the descent? This 3hr clinic will give you the confidence and knowledge to safely and successfully move downhill. Topic and skills addressed: How to use your brakes to go faster, corning, negotiating obstacles, looking ahead and reading terrain. The selected trail’s for this clinic will focus on downhill technique, with required up-hill as well. Finding Endurance: The 3hr clinic will discuss techniques to keep you pedaling and take your riding to your next level. Discussion topics will include, cadence, calories, water, terrain selection and gear shifting. This is 3hrs clinic is designed for more advanced riders looking to improve their cardio strength. The goal of this course is for a 1hr clinic followed by a 2hr non-stop ride. Support & Logistics: Buffalo Creek: Pine, Colorado. Want to get out of the city for the weekend to ride some mtn biking trails? But don’t want to spend more time in the car than on your bike? Then you should sign up for Apex Ex Weekend Bike Warrior trip to Buffalo Creek! Located just an hour west of Denver, the Buffalo Creek trail system offer miles of smiles of rolling singletrack while pedaling through a diverse landscape. Enjoy a full day of riding on IMBA Epic trails, followed by fun, food and a night of camping under the stars, only to wake up the next morning and do it all over again! This fun filled weekend provides: guide, transportation, food, logistic and support. Curt Gowdy State Park. S. Wyoming: Getting tired of crowded trails on the weekend, want to escape the city and ride some of the best unknown trails in the west? Curt Gowdy State Park is where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains and an easy two hour drive from denver. It may not look like mountain bike terrain, but hidden in the rolling hills of Laramie Wy, is some of best developed and unknown single track in the American West. This weekend mountain bike trips provides you ample time to ride the 30+ miles of IMBA Epic Trails following by a beautiful night of camping. There is riding to match all skill levels, from beginner to advanced and everyone in between.
|https://www.apexex.com/ (Home)||Golden||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Aspen Chamber Resort Association||Aspen Chamber Resort Association||http://www.aspenchamber.org/ (Home)||Aspen||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Auburn-Opelika Tourism||Auburn-Opelika Tourism||Auburn-Opelika is the proud home of Auburn University, Alabama’s biggest, and the Robert Trent Jones Trail, the world’s finest. It’s the coolest college town in the South, according to us, and one of the top 10 cities in the US for small businesses, according to Forbes. Centrally located near Atlanta, Birmingham, and Montgomery, Auburn-Opelika is easy to get to and easy to love. With lodging facilities to suit any taste and budget, Auburn-Opelika is a perfect choice for a relaxing getaway. Opportunities for affordable and unparalleled dining abound, and there are plenty of specialty retailers and diversions. Come experience our clean, safe, and vibrant community, where you can get toilet paper, lemonade, fine art, and foie gras all on the same block, and where it’s still ok to walk downtown after dark.
Home to beautiful 696-acre Chewacla State Park, you'll find over 15 miles of single track. Chewacla offers a place to ride for beginners and advanced riders alike:
CAMP TRAIL (1.0 mile)
A relatively flat loop around the campground with wide and easy turns, almost no roots or rock, and minimal elevation change. It is the perfect trail for someone new to mountain biking, visitors to the park that bring their bike along for casual rides. Experienced riders can use it as a warm up. Short track mountain bike races are occasionally held on this trail.
LAKESIDE CONNECTOR TRAIL (.5 miles)
This trail gives riders access to the following longer, intermediate single track trails: Falls View, Creek View, CCC, and For Pete’s Sake. It begins by following Ranger Dell’s Trail in a clockwise direction by slowly winding down into the bottom and across a couple of small rock challenges as you reach the bottom of the glen near the paddle boat rental area and diving boards in the lake as you make your way toward the cabins. At the intersection, the connector turns left for a beautiful view of the entire lake as you ride along the lakeside, over a small bridge, and between the cabins and the lake as you begin your short but scenic journey to the longer trails. As you begin to turn to the right away from the lakeside, you will have the option to go left in a clockwise direction onto the Falls View Trail or continue straight ahead to begin a counter clockwise direction on the CCC Trail just after crossing the paved road.
RANGER DELL’S TRAIL (0.6 miles)
Path flows through the glen behind the ranger station and traverses a small feeder creek for the lake. Introduces riders to undulating terrain and allows practicing of handling skill. Flat curves on one side of the cool forest valley are mirrored by banked turns and switchback climbs on the other. The trail begins and ends between the beach pavilion and the fence along the parking loop. It represents other longer trails in the park. If you can master this trail, you’re ready for the longer and slightly more technical trails in the park.
(The following descriptions follow the trails clockwise. They can be ridden in both directions and whatever order the rider desires.)
FALLS VIEW TRAIL (1.0 mile)
This trail follows the edge of the lake and turns near the dam and waterfalls. The path serpentines up the bluff with runs paralleling the lake and ends high on the bluffs above the creek. The trail is peppered with technical roots and rocks and other obstacles to overcome. Quick turns with narrow sections accent this trail, which features fun dips, an optional short vertical climb, and a log jump.
CREEK VIEW TRAIL (1.3 miles)
Entrance includes a ramp that leads to a path which travels over a banked boardwalk around Volkswagen Rock and follows the old vertigo inducing CCC-created trail along the creek. Beautiful vistas of the creek can be seen along with lichen-covered rock walls, to frame the scene and set the mood of serenity. The path changes character as riders snake up the bluff and whip around wide-banked curves while climbing. At the top of the bluff, it changes again as bicyclists reach the rock outcroppings balanced along the steep sides dropping to the creek. Technical skills are tested through rock gardens and between huge boulders. The Creek View Trail changes once again as riders swoop down the bluff in back-and-forth ribbons that parallel the deep gulley that you will cross using the 28’ long X 4’ wide diagonal bridge that leads to the CCC Trail.
CCC TRAIL (3.0 miles)
Action starts at the entrance of this trail if you choose the short ADV (advanced) option to the right just after crossing the bridge and leaving the Creek View Trail, with quick turns, short-steep dips, and climbs. Or, you can choose the “shortcut” CCC connector to the left to bypass the short, advanced option and get right on the CCC trail. After a rippling downhill, the trail turns up and twists through the woods west and north of the old CCC camp, now used as the group campground. Glimpse the open expanses of the group campground while passing foundations, chimneys, and refuse deposits left over from previous use by Civilian Conservation Corps. The trail drops to another old CCC trail bordering Town Creek. Listen for the water splashing granite shelves and see tumbled boulders and fallen trees in the creek. At the Hank-Graham Bridge decide if time is available to explore the more flowing and rustic For Pete’s Sake Trail on the other side of the Town Creek. On the CCC Trail, riders will need to overcome a schizophrenic, winding climb and go past the old water tower and group campground shelters. After passing the residential properties along the park’s north border, finish with quick turns, short, steep dips, and short climbs that lead you back to the Lakeside Connector Trail.
FOR PETE’S SAKE TRAIL (8 miles)
Get a running start on the bridge to begin climbing the bluff with momentum. The trail has off-camber sections, rock gardens, dips, and short climbs, and runs along former terraced farm land as it flows through stands of pines and hardwoods. This trail has it all: fun runs, slightly technical climbs, narrow bridges, loose rocks, steep slopes that will test ability to stay on the trail. The labyrinth-like arrangement will give an experience of déjà vu on repetitive sections. Take a breather on the straight-ish western edge of the Park property before navigating Momma’s Milkshake down to the creek. Terrain requires you climb back up the hill before passing over more rock gardens and ride perpendicular to the severe slopes back to a skill testing drop to the bridge.
NORBA NATIONAL TRAIL
Also available is the historic NORBA National Trail, where mountain biking legends like Ned Overender and John Tomac raced in 1988. This race was the very first NORBA National race east of the Mississippi River, making the NORBA National Trail an important piece of south eastern mountain biking history.
PUMP TRACK’s (Workout/Skill Building Area)
Short, undulating courses with banked turns. These fun tracks are meant to strengthen bike-handling skills and rider position on the bike. Done properly, riders use abilities other than pedaling to traverse these courses. They give an upper-body workout, which enhances normal riding talents on the other courses and can be an enjoyment on their own. The tracks are intended for all levels of skill and ages. Youngsters can experience mountain biking without committing to the longer trails. Kids as young as 2-½ have been seen riding their push bikes on the tracks alongside experts enhancing their talents.
Not a trail per se but worthy of note. The bridge is 92’ long, 8’ wide, and 10’ higher than the normal creek level. It is built to be 3’ higher than the water level achieved during a hundred-year flood. Created by a number of volunteers with the majority of muscle and brain power supplied by Hank Albritton, Graham Yuill, Austin Yuill, and Darrel Hankerson – none of whom are structural engineers or had ever built a bridge. The only motored machine used was John Deere Gator 4WD ATV. The first set of poles was dragged down to the creek using only manual labor, Austin’s lifting device, and ropes. Everything else was done with brute force and tools built by Austin or supplied by or purchased by Graham and Hank. Telephone poles were donated by Alabama Power and lumber by Spencer Lumber.||http://www.aotourism.com (Work)||Auburn||AL||United States||ViewMap|
|Avid4 Adventure||Avid4 Adventure|
Avid4 Adventure inspires life-long active outdoor lifestyles and environmental stewardship through experiences that provide personal development and memorable family adventures, while addressing the logistic needs of parents. We get your kids riding in our mountain biking day camps, and get you riding on our family camping trips to Moab, Fruita, and Crested Butte.
|http://www.avid4.com/ (Home)||Boulder||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Bajadventours||Bajadventours||MTB Baja Ultraendurance
Looking for a new adventure? Test yourself at one of the world's most exotic and exciting mountain bike races; the Baja Ultraendurance 100km October 16-17, 2015. The race takes place along the spectacular coastal mountains of Baja, Mexico and it has become one of the most important races in Latin America. At this 9th edition of the race, you can experience the thrill of racing from the inviting city of Ensenada, Baja Mexico, through spectator-filled villages, and the beautiful trails of Baja California.
Ride the Frijolito
This is a bucket-list race for intermediate and advanced level mountain bikers. The 65km loop takes you along spectacular coastal trails overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Both races are well supported by factory teams from the industry's major brands. Once the race is done, enjoy the expo area and all the delights of Ensenada and share a celebratory cerveza with riders from all over the world, including many pros.
||http://www.bajadventours.com/ (Home)||Ensanada||CA||United States||ViewMap|
|Bayerische Radfernwege c/o Alpin Consult||Bayerische Radfernwege c/o Alpin Consult||http://www.bayern-radwege.de (Home)||83714 Miesbach||BY||Germany||ViewMap|
|Beer & Bike Tours||Beer & Bike Tours|
Put simply, Beer & Bikes are two of the greatest things mankind has ever invented. At Beer & Bike Tours we believe that a pint of beer tastes even better after a long ride. We will take you on a wonderful Colorado cycling adventure. Even better, you will end your ride at a local pub or brewery. Beer and Biking allows a person to enjoy the best of both worlds. Our home location in Fort Collins, Colorado is a community that has a passion and history for both craft brewing and cycling. From this base we lead rides that provide rewarding cycling and stunning scenery along with quality beer options that will make any beer lover happy. Check out our website, send us an email or give us a call to see what adventures we have on tap.
|http://www.beerandbiketours.com/ (Main)||Fort Collins||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Bent Creek Lodge||Bent Creek Lodge|
The innkeepers are avid mountain bikers, great source for local rides. Stay in the heart of the mountains in this elegantly rustic lodge adjacent to the Blue Ridge Parkway and just two miles from the Bent Creek Experimental Forest, a mountain biking haven. Our scrumptious breakfast is a perfect way to start a day.
|http://www.bentcreeknc.com (Main)||Arden||NC||United States||ViewMap|
|Bentonville Convention & Visitors Bureau||Bentonville Convention & Visitors Bureau||http://www.bentonville.org/ (Home)||Bentonville||AR||United States||ViewMap|
|Best Western Premier Hotel Slon||Best Western Premier Hotel Slon||http://www.hotelslon.com (Home)||1000 Ljubljana||061||Slovenia||ViewMap|
|Betterride||Betterride||http://www.betterride.net (Home)||Morrison||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Bicycle Colorado||Bicycle Colorado||http://www.bicyclecolorado.org (Home)||Denver||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Big Bear Lake Camplands||Big Bear Lake Camplands|
Big Bear Lake Camplands is nestled in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. Our privately owned family oriented facility was developed with fun, relaxation, and fellowship in mind. We are committed to a safe, convenient, and affordable camping experience. Set in a lush wooded environment our camplands offer a back to nature atmosphere. Surrounded with over 5000 acres of property to explore and enjoy, Big Bear Lake has become a haven for many outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, with more than 50 miles of single track trails to run, bike, hike, and xc ski.
Big Bear Annually holds three mountain bike races, The Mountain Bike Classic in April, the 2x12 Mountain bike team competition in June, and the Big Bear Ultra in August.
|http://www.bigbearwv.com (Home)||Bruceton Mills||WV||United States||ViewMap|
|Big Mountain Adventures||Big Mountain Adventures||http://www.ridebig.com (Home)||Whistler||BC||Canada||ViewMap|
|Bike Adventure Tours Vertretung||Bike Adventure Tours Vertretung||http://www.bike-adventure-tours.de (Home)||79106 Freiburg||BW||Germany||ViewMap|
|Bike Frankreich - France Bike Trips||Bike Frankreich - France Bike Trips||http://france-bike-trips.com (Home)||38530 Chapareillan||69||France||ViewMap|
|Bike Helena||Bike Helena||http://www.bikehelena.com (Home)||Helena||MT||United States||ViewMap|
|Bike Hotels Finale Ligure||Bike Hotels Finale Ligure||http://www.bikehotelsfinaleligure.it (Home)||17024 Finale Ligure||Italy||ViewMap|
|Bike St. Lucia||Bike St. Lucia||http://WWW.BIKESTLUCIA.COM (Home)||SOUFRIERE||Saint Lucia||ViewMap|
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|http://www.bikeflights.com (Home)||Portland||OR||United States||ViewMap|
|Bikeparadies Kaltern am See||Bikeparadies Kaltern am See||39052 Kaltern||TN||Italy||ViewMap|
|Bikeschool and Bikeguiding Zermatt||Bikeschool and Bikeguiding Zermatt|
Are you looking for new challenges and want to improve your riding skills? Do you and your friends want to experience a true adventure? Do you want to hit the most spectacular trails of Switzerland? Our bike guides can offer you exactly that and even more… We do not understand our bike guiding as a mere taking you around, our guiding, to a greater degree, is an involvement with the many factors that make a day epic. You and your experience are our center points around which we will form an unvorgetable day by choosing the right circumstances. The appropriate trails, a genuine lunch and the alpine world experience as a part of the package are just as important as specific training and the resulting training successes. Bikeschool Zermatt is eager to give all bike interested a best possible experience in the grand alpine environment around Zermatt. All ages and levels will find adapted programs, which will make your stay unforgettable, from playful skill training schemes for kids to epic freeride tours in alpine surroundings. Take your time and have a look at our offers. We’re sure you’ll find something to suit you.
|BikeTourFinder||BikeTourFinder||http://biketourfinder.net/ (Main)||Northbrook||IL||United States||ViewMap|
|BikeToursDirect LLC||BikeToursDirect LLC||<p>BikeToursDirect serves as a central resource for bicycle tours worldwide, representing nearly 100 local bicycle tour companies that offer 400 tours in 70 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas. BikeToursDirect offers a variety of resources to help travelers search for and choose tours and handles the entire booking and payment process. </p>
<p>Many overseas bike tours on the market run by North American operators can be very expensive. By booking through BikeToursDirect, though, you’re usually paying the same low price the local tour operators charge their direct clients. So you get a high-quality tour, but at a lower price.</p>
<p>You also support local economies, which is key for a responsible and sustainable travel industry. By representing local tour operators, we take a small commission for handling the booking and payment process, but most of your money goes back into the local economy at your destination.</p>
<p>We currently offer more than 40 mountain bike tours in 25 countries on five continents:</p>
<p>Africa: Namibia and South Africa<br />
Americas: Mexico<br />
Asia: Burma, Cambodia, India, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Nepal, Sri Lanka,, Ukraine, Vietnam<br />
Australia and Oceania: Indonesia, New Zealand, Philippines<br />
Europe: Croatia, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey</p>||http://www.biketoursdirect.com (Work)||Chattanooga||TN||United States||ViewMap|
|Blumenriviera - Italien||Blumenriviera - Italien||http://www.visitrivieradeifiori.it (Home)||18038 Sanremo||IM||Italy||ViewMap|
|Boreale Mountain Biking||Boreale Mountain Biking|
Boréale Biking strongly value great experiences, delicious food and sharing lots of laughs while out riding a bike. We all love living in the Yukon, and feel the best way to experience the place is on a bike, roaming through the singletrack that flows through our boreal forests, mountain tops and river valleys. Let us show you the best time possible with two wheels on the ground!
|Boulder Bike Tours||Boulder Bike Tours|
Boulder Bike Tours provides guided biking tours in the Colorado Front Range and abroad. Our itineraries showcase the natural beauty and landscape of each destination. We offer riders the opportunity for cultural engagement by visiting areas rich in history and that have a strong sense of local identity.
Single-day trips and multi-day cycling adventures are designed to fit a variety of skill levels offering riders the option of a casual, exploratory ride or a more challenging single track adventure. BBT’s expert guides bring years of riding experience and take care of all the details allowing you to relax and have fun!
|http://boulderbiketours.com (Work)||Boulder||CO||United States||ViewMap|
|Boyne City Michigan||Boyne City Michigan||Boyne City is a beautiful Northern Michigan resort community that has a mountain bike area right in town at our 320-acre Avalanche Preserve, plus more trails just outside of town at Boyne Mountain Resort and at the Boyne City School Forest. We have an award-winning downtown with great shopping, dining, live music, bike shops, boating and parasailing with ziplines and an indoor water park nearby. Contact the Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce for information on lodging as well as camping at Young State Park and Whiting County Park.
Find Local trails here: http://www.harborhouse.com/ncss/
A look at the trails at Avalanche park: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M70CtbpbxXM
Keep up with the local IMBA chapter: https://www.facebook.com/TopOfMichiganMountainBikeAssociation||http://www.boynechamber.com/ (Home)||Boyne City||MI||United States||ViewMap|
|Bragg Creek Outfitters||Bragg Creek Outfitters||http://www.braggcreek.com (Home)||BRAGG CREEK||AB||Canada||ViewMap|
|BVA BikeMedia GmbH||BVA BikeMedia GmbH||http://www.aktiv-radfahren.de (Home)||85737 München||BY||Germany||ViewMap|
|Ca' Virginia Country House Wellness||Ca' Virginia Country House Wellness||http://www.cavirginia.it (Home)||61020 San Giorgio Di Montecalvo in Foglia||FG||Italy||ViewMap|
|Calvia Fremdenverkehrsamt||Calvia Fremdenverkehrsamt||http://www.visitcalvia.com (Home)||07184 Calvia||PM||Spain||ViewMap|
|Cambrils Tourismus||Cambrils Tourismus||http://www.cambrils.cat (Home)||43850 Cambrils Tarragona||T||Spain||ViewMap|
|Camp Fortune||Camp Fortune||http://campfortune.com/ (Home)||Chelsea||QC||Canada||ViewMap|
|Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park||Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park|
Developed for the 1988 Winter Olympic Games Nordic events, the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park remains a world-class facility. In 2005 the Centre was significantly renovated to re-establish itself as one of the top cross country, biathlon and mountain bike destinations in the world. In the winter…More than 65 km (37 miles) of groomed and track-set trail for all ability levels in both classic and skating technique beckon cross-country skiers. In the summer…An 18-hole disc golf course, four orienteering courses, more than 100 km of single and double-track mountain bike and hiking trail, 6.5 km of paved rollerski trail, and a mountain bike skills park keep visitors busy.
|Canyons Resort||Canyons Resort|
Welcome to summer at Canyons Resort– One of the country’s largest winter resorts also offers you an equally large number of summer activities and events. In addition to fresh mountain air, Canyons provides an expansive array of mountain biking trails (cross-country, gravity, and free ride), a mountain biking skills park, luxury accommodations, gourmet dining, scenic gondola rides, breath-taking hikes, a zip line tour, and live music concerts.
|http://www.canyonsresort.com/ (Home)||Park City||UT||United States||ViewMap|
|Cascada Salvaje MTB Park and Lodge||Cascada Salvaje MTB Park and Lodge||http://www.cascadasalvaje.com (Work)||Kelowna||BC||Canada||ViewMap|