The Great Divide Route
The Great Divide Route (GDR) is the world's longest mountain bike route and follows close to the Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico on dirt and gravel roads, single track, and a few paved sections. The route starts in Banff, Canada and ends in Antelope Wells, New Mexico totaling around 2,800 miles. After the GDR crosses the US-Canada Border, it passes through Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and finally ends in New Mexico at the Mexican Border Patrol Station. The route passes directly through the town of Whitefish, Montana.
Northern Tier Bicycle Route
See the beauty of America by riding across the country on the Northern Tier Route. Totaling 4,295 miles from Seattle, Washington to Bar Harbor, Maine, this ACA Route crosses four mountain ranges including the Cascades, Rockies, Adirondacks and Appalachians. Cyclists will experience Glacier National Park, the headwaters of the Mississippi, Amish country, and so much more all along their journey. The Route passes directly through the town of Whitefish, Montana.
Great Parks Bicycle Route
The beautiful country of the U.S. National Park system including Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Teton and Glacier National Parks are linked with the magnificent highlights of the Canadian park system including Waterton, Kootenay, Banff, and Jasper National Parks on the Great Parks Route. Challenge the Rockies on this incredible route through the most scenic landscape in North America. The route totals 2,519 miles. This route also traces some portions of the TransAmerica Trail. The route passes directly through the town of Whitefish, Montana.