Stay the night, store your bike in your room and try out some local craft beer during your visit to Medicine Hat.
Rates starting at Only $109
Tips for Good Manners on the Trails:
When you're out riding on the trails, please be courteous to others you may encounter. Be they faster or slower than you, everyone can enjoy the trails together. Pull over and let faster people pass, and if your the faster one, call out and politely ask the slower folks to allow you to pass if you need. If your riding up to a group of hikers, know that they have the right of way. Pull over and let them pass. If your coming up behind a hiker, give them a quick warning before you sneak up to close and startle them.
On the topic of sharing trails, we are fortunate to have an abundance of wildlife out here. One in particular can raise some concerns. Rattlesnakes are present and are active at this time of the year. If you come across one, please give them the space that they want. Don't bother them, and they most likely will leave you alone. Also, these trails are designated on leash areas so if you bring your dogs along, please keep them leashed. This is for their safety especially with the rattlesnakes around.
Next up, your safety. Riding mountain bikes is a great time, until you crash. And no matter how good you think you are, that day is coming. Protect your head with a good helmet and despite how cool you think you look without a shirt on, trust me, you don't want to hit the dirt bare skinned. Cactus is even worse.
Please stay on the trails and don't try to make your own shortcuts. Shortcuts often lead to erosion issues that our volunteers have to go out and fix and that's time they could be spending building exciting new trails.
Last but not least, be sure to bring some water with you as the days are getting hotter and there aren't too many trees giving us shade on the prairies.
Have fun out there!
Redcliff Riverview Golf Course is opening its half-way house May 6th. It is located just off the parking lot and offers a great starting point for access to the bike trail system.
Bottled water and beverages as well as light food and snacks are for sale.