Hot Springs. Spectacular Lakes. Deluxe Lodging. Quiet Waterfront Roads. Mouth-watering Meals. All Fully Supported. 

Only have a few days but want to see some of the highlights of the Kootenays? This 3 day tour delivers the goods, with big mountain and lake views, quiet roads, and overnight stays in the charming towns of Nelson, Kaslo and a cozy wilderness lodge in the Slocan Valley.

Prestige Hotel


Prestige Hotel

Kari Medig – NKLT


Start & Finish: Nelson, BC

Overnights: Nelson, Kaslo, Slocan Valley

Dates: Thursday – Sunday, multiple tours available

Length: 4 days/3 nights (3 days of cycling)

Total Distance: 218km

Total Elevation Gain: 2,305m

Trip Size: Maximum 8 participants (guaranteed departure with 2 participants


2018 details coming soon!

Self-guided, custom and private trips also available. Let’s talk!



Distance: 70km – 79km per day
Elevation Gain: 641m – 1007m per day

See details below for daily trip segments


$1,499 (CAD) per person based on double occupancy

Single supplement: $250

GST (5%) extra



  • 3 nights accommodations at deluxe and cozy hotels and lodges
  • 3 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 3 Dinners and snacks
  • Fully supported sag wagon (you can always jump in the vehicle if you’ve had enough cycling for the day!)
  • 1 tree planted through Tree Canada for every participant


  • High quality bicycle rental ($55 per day plus 5% GST)
  • Alcohol beverages
  • Single supplement
  • Accommodation in Nelson on Day 4 if required
  • Airport transfers if required
  • Gratuity (optional but appreciated)


  • Deluxe accommodations in the most comfortable hotels and inns in Nelson,  Kaslo and the Slocan Valley


DAY 1 (Nelson)

0km – Arrival

How do you describe Nelson? Nestled on the shores of Kootenay Lake, the artsy capital of the Kootenays radiates energy, culture and heritage. Enjoy a stroll along historic Baker Street with its street front cafes and boutique shops, or soak up some sun at Lakeside Park’s sandy beach. We’ll set you up with your bikes in the afternoon and then enjoy a group dinner and prepare for the adventure ahead!

Accommodation: Prestige Lakeside Resort (or similar)

DAY 2 (Nelson to Kaslo)

70km, 641m elevation gain

Nelson to KasloWe’ll pedal out of Nelson via BOB (the Big Orange Bridge), and follow the relatively flat winding waterfront road to the small settlement of Balfour, terminal for the world’s longest free ferry. Our route bends north, where a series of small hills provide stunning views of fjord-like Kootenay Lake. An optional stop at Ainsworth Hot Springs offers a soothing dip before the final leg to the charming small town of Kaslo.

Accommodation: Kaslo Hotel (or similar)

DAY 3 (Kaslo to Lemon Creek)

87km, 1,012m elevation gain

Kaslo to Lemon CreekWe’ll pedal north from Kaslo along one of the least travelled roads in BC that will make you feel like you’ve entered into the wilds of Patagonia. At the north end of Kootenay Lake we’ll enjoy a flat ride to Meadow Creek and enjoy views of remote glaciers. We’ll stop for lunch on the shores of Kootenay Lake, then cycle back to Kaslo with tremendous views once again. You’ll be back in time to explore more of Kaslo and the small town’s cultural and culinary delights. For those keen to avoid the short but steep hill climb in Kaslo, you’re welcome to be dropped off at the top!

Accommodation: Lemon Creek Lodge

DAY 4 (Lemon Creek to Nelson)

63km, 610m elevation gain

Lemon Creek to NelsonA gradual uphill takes us deep into the mountains and past rushing rivers, forested hills and alpine lakes. Once we reach the summit of the quiet road we’ll enjoy lunch on the shores of quiet Fish Lake, followed by a cruisy downhill to the ridiculously scenic waterfront village of New Denver on scenic Slocan Lake. The views keep improving as we head south, passing the sleepy town of Silverton before climbing up a pass with jaw-dropping views of the lake below. What goes up must go down! The final leg is a speedy downhill to the quiet waterfront village of Slocan. The shuttle will transport you back to Nelson by early afternoon. For those seeking extra km’s, continue on through the spectacular Slocan Valley (where it’s flat!).