Cycling and climbing by bike the top climbs in Canada including the Top 10 which we have thoroughly documents #1 McBride Peak, #2 Cayoosh Pass, #3 Mt. Revelstoke, #4 Silver Star Road, #5 Apex from Penticton, #6 Kootenay Pass West #7 Mt. Washington, #8 Seymour Hill Climb, #9 Hwy 97C Peachland and #10 GHwy 97C Ashcroft. Cycling, riding and climbing the top, most difficult, hardest, challenging, extreme, best, scenic, inspiring, bucket list climbs in Canada - These climbs can be viewed via the map below (scroll in to view climbs in particular areas), or by a detailed list of the climbs that can be arranged by difficulty, distance (longest climbs in the area), altitude gained, highest elevation (highest summit), average grade (sort the grades by varying distances), lowest start point, etc. You can also view the Top 10 bike climbs in Canada. Click on "Climb Page" to jump to the detail page for that particular bike climb.
Fraser River as seen from McBride Peak, British Columbia, Canada
A Mari usque ad Mare (From Sea to Sea) - cycling the top road bike climbs in one of our favorite countries, Canada. We took a road trip to British Columbia and Alberta Canada in 2015 to document the top Canadian bike climbs. Not surprisingly, most of the top cycling climbs in Canada are located in the Canadian Rockies, home to Banff (Highwood Pass - highest paved pass in Canada) and the incomparable Jasper (Marmot Basin) National Parks.
NUMBER 1 AND MOST DIFFICULT BIKE CLIMB IN CANADA
The climb is on dirt, but manageable on a road bike . . .
. . . while we do recommend more than 23mm, the fat boys are a bit overkill . . . 🐭 v. 🐘
OUR FAVORITE BIKE CLIMB IN CANADA
Located in Revelstoke National Park
#4 Hardest Bike Climb in Canada
Gorgeous bike climb