Total tour distance: 350 miles
Daily tour distance: 43 miles
Difficulty: 80 / 100
Going-to-the-Sun Road was conceived as a way to permit visitors a glimpse of Glacier National Park’s mountainous interior without the need to travel by foot or horseback. Completed in 1932 after 11 years of work, this engineering and scenic marvel tops the “must ride” list of many enthusiastic touring cyclists. And Going-to-the-Sun Road accounts for only one day of our spectacular Glacier-Waterton Loop!
To begin, we’ll ride north from Whitefish, Montana, into British Columbia and the spunky resort village of Fernie. From there we’ll head east and crest the Continental Divide at Crowsnest Pass before rolling through Alberta prairies en route to Waterton Lakes National Park, Glacier National Park’s Canadian counterpart. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cross-border Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park features unmatched splendor symbolic of the solid friendship shared by Canada and the U.S.
Join us for this once-in-a-lifetime adventure and be sure to bring your passport. This is one of our most popular tours, so don’t wait too long to sign up!