Top 10 bike climbs in Canada with the altitude at the end of the climb. We have documented most of the 10 Canadian Bike climbs ending at the highest paved surfaces in Canada and those are featured in the slideshow on this page as well as the Table for the full Top 10 Canadian Bike Climbs. The cycling climbs gaining the most altitude in Canada, and some of the hardest and most scenic Canadian bicycling climbs are, in order of elevation gain, 1. Highwood Pass South, 2. Highwood Pass North, 3. Bow Summit South, 4. Bow Summit North, 5. McBride Peak, 6. Apex from Hedley, 7. Mt. Revelstoke, 8. Marmot Basin Hill, 9. Keno Hill, and 10. Kootenay Pass West
Canada’s highest paved road - Highwood Pass, Alberta
Also visit our Top Canadian Bike Climbs page.
We took a road trip to British Columbia and Alberta Canada in 2015 to document the top Canadian bike climbs.
THE HIGHEST BIKE PASS IN CANADA IS
Highwood Pass is the highest road bike climb in Canada
The finish of Highwood Pass is 7,148’ / 2,179m
THE SECOND HIGHEST BIKE CLIMB IN CANADA IS
Bow Summit South - the second highest and the longest bike climb in Canada
Ride 24.8 miles gaining 2,189’ at 1.4% average grade.
THE THIRD HIGHEST BIKE CLIMB IN CANADA IS
McBride Peak finishes at 1,908m/6,260