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Ride the Red Rock

Sundays May 28, June 4, September 24 and October 1, 2017

Celebrate Canada 150 with Ride the Red Rock. Bring your bicycle, bring a friend and ride the newly paved Red Rock Parkway with minimal vehicle traffic on Sundays May 28, June 4, September 24 and October 1, 2017 from 08:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring your own potable water and snacks. Staff will be at the start of the ride and at Crandell Campground. Distance to Red Rock Canyon is 14 kilometres, 28 kilometres return. Rides are weather dependent, and will be run at Parks Canada’s discretion based on the weather forecast on the Friday before the ride.

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Vélo sur la promenade Red Rock

Les dimanches 28 mai, 4 juin, 24 septembre et 1er octobre 2017

Célébrez Canada 150 en Vélo sur la promenade Red Rock. Apportez votre vélo, emmenez un ami ou une amie et promenez-vous sur la nouvelle chaussée de la promenade Red Rock les dimanches 28 mai, 4 juin, 24 septembre et 1er octobre 2017 de 8h30 à 11h30 pendant que peu de véhicules y circulent. Apportez de l’eau potable et une collation. Il y aura du personnel au début de la promenade et au terrain de camping Mont-Crandell. Le canyon Red Rock se trouve à 14 kilomètres de distance, pour un aller-retour de 28 kilomètres. Cette activité dépend de la météo. Parcs Canada prend une décision définitive le vendredi précédant la promenade, en fonction des prévisions météorologiques.

Event Dates

May 28th, 2017

June 4th, 2017

September 24th, 2017

October 1st, 2017

Event Start Time

08:30

Event Meeting Place

Park at Pass Creek Picnic Area or Alpine Stables.

Ride over to the Red Rock Parkway.

Contact

Waterton Lakes National Park
403-859-5133
Box 200
Waterton Park, AB T0K 2M0
CA

Amenities

  • Child Friendly
  • Free
  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Sports and Action
  • Start Time - Morning

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Betty & Don Fuller 6/6/2017
June 4 was a gorgeous day to ride the Red Rock Parkway! We started out a bit later than the other riders and had to cut our ride 2 km short of the end due to the traffic hazard of a black bear who was content to walk down the road. Riders were managing to get past it on their return journey but we chose not to push our luck. We will come out for the next 'Ride the Red Rock' and try again. A big Thank You to Waterton Park Staff for all their organization of this event!
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