Fat Tire Festival - Frontier Lodge
Festival Details:

Frontier Lodge is hosting their 27th annual festival in celebration of all things mountain biking Join us for a fun filled event for the whole family. There will be a variety of competitions for different styles of riders (XC, DH, Freestyle) and all skill levels (beginner to advanced). There are guided rides, downhill shuttles and a whole bunch of other sweet events. Rocky Mountain Bikes will be here. Come for a day or the whole weekend! Meals and accommodations are available throughout the weekend, but register early to reserve your spot. No matter what your wheel size is 12", 20", 26ers, 650b or 29ers, 2.1" or 5", as long as it has two wheels pedal it on over and come celebrate with us! (Okay....you can even bring your mountain unicycle if you really want to).

$35 per day
$60 for the entire weekend
All ages and skill levels welcome
Spectators are also welcome and free
Meals and lodging are available for the weekend

Frontier Lodge is located 5 km west of Nordegg (approximately 96 km, 1 hr driving time, west of Rocky Mountain House, AB) on Highway #11. Turn south following the signs to Frontier Lodge which is at the same entrance as “Fish Lake Recreation Area,” and follow the road to the end (approx. 2.5 km). We are approximately 3 hours from both Edmonton and Calgary.


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