The Late Sunset Series is a mountain bike camp for riders between 10 to 14 years old based out of Calgary, Alberta. The bikers take advantage of the longer days and meet Base at 5pm for evening rides to Canmore, Banff and Moose Mountain.
LEVEL 4: HOOKED (see full chart)
You have been mountain biking for at least two years. You are capable of controlling bike speed and direction on moderately steep and technical single track trails.
- 3 evenings of riding improvement;
- Transportation from/to Calgary (Canada Olympic Park);
- Snacks and water;
- Action shots + video footage;
- 3/4 Sleeve Base Jersey from Sombrio.
LOWER STONEY SQUAW. Banff, Aberta
Lower Stoney Squaw is a very popular trail located in Banff National Park on Mt. Norquay, just minutes from Banff town centre. The trail is narrow, rocky, and very rooty near the bottom half of the track. It can be ridden fast, or at your own speed, and is loads of fun for the intermediate to advanced rider.
RECLAIMER. Canmore, Aberta
Reclaimer is a popular downhill shuttle run that requires advanced bike handling skills and features loose rocks, tight corners, and jumps.This trail starts off steep and combines a few short flat sections that you can coast through when carrying your speed, flowing all the way to the bottom. The first few corners are technical and lined with rocks. After that youíll be able to open her up a bit as you rip down the straight away into another banked corner and out the other side.
RIDERS OF ROHAN. Canmore, Alberta
Riders of Rohan is another popular shuttle run in Canmore. The trail is rated advanced to expert and consists of steep, rocky singletrack terrain that takes you whirling back down to the Quarry (dog park) parking lot. Expect loose, rocky, and very steep terrain on this fun descent. Read more
MOOSE MOUNTAIN. Kananaskis, Alberta
Located near Bragg Creek and about 45 minutes west of Calgary, Moose Mountain is a mountain bikerís play land. Littered with a large number of downhill trails ranging in difficulty from beginner to expert, this area has enough riding to keep you busy for a day or two. The trails include manmade features, wooden structures, steeps and perfectly bermed corners to test your bike handling prowess. With all the area has to offer, you are sure to come back over and over again.
A HUGE thanks goes out to the Moose Mountain Bike Trail Society for making these trails possible and for all the effort that goes into maintaining them!