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Canmore Nordic Centre
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The Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park offers a variety of recreational activities including cross country skiing, biking, hiking, disk golf and orienteering. Host site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games Nordic events, the Canmore Nordic Centre continues to host regional, national and international…
Fantastic cross country skiing at this Olympic and World Cup facility located right here in Canmore. Public transport will take you right to the door, or there is plenty of parking out front.
The Canmore Nordic center is an amazing facility - great for mountain biking on easy to difficult trails and famous for cross-country skiing. Home of the 1988 Olympics, it has an extensive and well-maintained trail system and great facilities.
Over 200 km of trails for mountain biking, nordic skiing, running, fat-biking, snowshoeing, and some hiking. Nice day-lodge for those who are not joining in on the activities.
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