Great Divide - Canada Section GPX Data

Map Details:
Jasper, AB - Roosville, MT (585.1 miles)
Product Code
Adventure Cycling Association
Current File Version
May 31, 2023

These GPX Data products cannot be used with the Bicycle Route Navigator App! Unless you plan to use a standalone GPS device, we highly recommend purchasing route sections WITHIN the Bicycle Route Navigator app.

Please note, GPX Data is not refundable! Please examine the sample data on the device of your choice before purchasing GPX data packages. More information about GPX Data files can be found here

After your GPX purchase, you can get GPX updates for free by re-downloading them from your My Adventure Cycling account.

GPX Data products consist of track and service waypoint files in gpx (GPS Exchange Format) file format to be used on a GPS device, smartphone, or tablet. These products are suggested as a companion product to the printed Adventure Cycling Route maps and feature the same services listed on the physical maps. More information about GPX Data for Devices can be found here.

This route extends the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route into Canada along both the spine and foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Beginning in Jasper, the route counterintuitive runs north to Hinton before heading southward along the lonesome Forestry Trunk Rd. to Bow River near Canmore. The paved Legacy Trail brings riders into Banff and through spectacular scenery to Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. The route uses Elk Pass to cross the Continental Divide (known as the Great Divide in Canada). The main route follows portions of the Elk Valley Trail from Round Prairie to Elko with a spin through Fernie along the way. South of Fernie, you can choose to continue on the main route or ride across the "Serengeti of North America" through miles and miles of unbridled wilderness on the Flathead Alternate. The endpoint is Roosville, which is the beginning of the U.S. stretch of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route.


GPX Data Resources

* These products are delivered in compressed zip files. Instructions on extracting the data are located here.

**NOTE: Occasionally, the GPX data you purchase will be newer than the paper map currently being sold. They may still be used together. See the Tracks and Service Points FAQs for more information.**


Average rating: based on 1 reviews.

App is fantastic


Reviewed By: Matt Schneider on 8/4/18

I used this app recently riding from Glacier NP to Banff and I found it to be awesome and absolutely critical. The App gives your blue dot even when in airplane mode, and gives you assurance that you are staying on the purple route. We had maps that were not up to date (despite being purchased two months prior) and were no-where detailed enough to properly navigate the maze of roads/trails. One suggestion is to provide suggestions on alternate versions, since there are many choices depending upon ones desires. You can take the highway of course for the easiest (but least desirable), or in many cases you can take a road or power line road, then there are the many new single tracks coming online every year (for the most fun, but highest energy drain). The App also had a number of side trail/routes (like near Fernie), where if you wanted to take a few bonus single track rides you could. Fantastic app, I will never go on an adventure again without this or similar app. As long as you a) don't loose your phone, and b) have robust solar charging, I would claim you don't need to bring paper maps.

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