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Three bike riders in Drumheller's Riverside Park
Two e-bike riders in Drumheller's badlands

Tours make exploring easy.  Join us for a curated group e-bike tour and make Drumheller come alive. Self-guided routes allow you to pace your own e-bike adventure. All e-bike experiences start from our shop at the Badlands Community Facility, right on Drumheller's pathways. A portion of sales for tours is donated to local organizations.

 

Schedule tours available starting in June, and ending in September. Private, corporate and travel trade tours are available year-round.

Let’s Explore Together

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Drumheller may be known for its dinosaurs, though its development is the story of coal and its boom in the early 20th century. We’ll cruise around town Drumheller to get a glimpse into those early days, and the hidden stories of the diverse people that made the valley. 

Stories are from the archives of the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site, located near East Coulee

Boom Town Tour

Saturdays @ 2pm, and select Fridays @ 5:30pm

$69/person

10-12 km

2 hours

Easy riding with a mix of pathway and residential roads.

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What a great group of people at Bikes and Bites.  The ebikes were unbelievable and their location is excellent. The are located just south of the Drumheller information building at the Community Centre.The parking was great and gave us immediate access the the bike network.  We enjoyed their fresh baked cookies that you will have to try. Bikes and  Bites are 100% authentic. We considered the other ebikes rental locations but location is everything. Give them a try it's worth Evey dollar spent!!!!

 

Darcy C | Rentals and Bites

Boom Town Tour
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Drumheller is known for dinosaurs! We’ll explore the stories of fantastical dinosaurs and public art around Drumheller.

Art & Dino Tour

Saturdays @ 5:30pm, and select Fridays @ 5:30pm

$69/person

6-8 km

2  hours

Easy riding with a mix of pathway and residential roads.

Dino Trail Ride

This popular scenic loop offers a full experience, showcasing the top and bottom of the valley, vast farmland, and breathtaking views. The tour includes a ferry crossing over the Red Deer River and scenic stops at Horsethief Canyon and Orkney Viewpoint. Lunch is included, making it a perfect way to spend the day exploring.

Dinosaur Trail Ride

Sundays @ 10am - starting June 9

$119 / person

50 km

4 - 4.5 hours

Route is mostly on secondary highways with two big hill climbs and descents and a ferry crossing. Comfort with riding a bike on the road is encouraged. Start and end are easy riding on pathways and residential roads.

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Take a ride out to popular ghost town of Wayne, Alberta. You’ll enjoy the 11 bridges scenic route along Highway 10x that cross the meandering river in the valley. Stop for your included lunch at the infamous Last Chance Saloon. 

Wayne Ride

Most Saturdays @ 10am - starting June 8

Thursdays @ 5:30pm - starting July 4

$89 / person

30 km

2.5 - 3 hours

The route is mostly flat. In Drumheller and out to Rosedale is easy riding on pathways that include the newest section of the Rails to Trails pathway. From Rosedale to Wayne you are riding on a secondary highway. Comfort with riding a bike on the road is encouraged. Limited cell phone coverage along Highway 10X.

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Suspension Bridge Tour

Explore Drumheller on your own along the pathways and streets. Our self-guided routes highlight routes and things to do along the three main pathways. The most popular Museum Route brings you out to the Royal Tyrrell Museum and is a perfect fit for a 2-hour e-bike rental.  Looking for a challenge - explore the route out to Wayne, including the newly opened Rails to Trails pathway to Rosedale, or the infamous Dinosaur Trail loop. 

Self-Guided Routes

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Explore Drumheller's coal story with a curated trip to the infamous Star Mine Suspension Bridge.

Stories are from the archives of the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site, located near East Coulee.

Suspension Bridge Tour

Sundays @ 2pm, and select Fridays @ 5:30pm

$69 / person

19 - 21  km

2 - 2.5 hours