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Selkirk Mountains Supported Ride
August 11, 2017 @ 08:00 - August 20, 2017 @ 17:00
Date: Friday, August 11th to Sunday, August 20th, 2017
Description: Pack your passports for this international bicycle tour as we go through some of the finest terrain that Canada and the U.S. have to offer. From picturesque New Denver, British Columbia, we’ll head through several fascinating small towns before crossing the U.S. border into Washington State, where we’ll follow the Pend Oreille River through Metaline Falls down to Priest River, Idaho. We’ll end up spending a well-earned rest day in Sandpoint, then zip up to the most northerly section of the Idaho panhandle before crossing the border back into British Columbia. Join us for this memorable ride amidst sparkling waterways, pastoral countryside, and spectacular mountain terrain!
Participants: Maximum of 15 riders.
Cost: $1,150.00 per person. Includes all accommodations, van support, snacks on the road, and all breakfasts and lunches. Does not cover the cost of dinner each evening.
Registration: $350.00 deposit is required through Karelo – registration opens March 1st, 2017. The registration deadline is June 1. Balance of trip fees ($800.00) are to be paid directly to the Ride Coordinator, by way of personal cheque or electronic money transfer, no later than July 1st, 2017.
Note: Participants should ensure they are familiar with the EBTC refund policy regarding rider cancellations. Please contact the Ride Coordinator if you have any questions.
Accommodations: Motels or Bed and Breakfast.
Location: Ride begins/ends in New Denver, British Columbia. Each participant is responsible for getting themselves and their gear to the start point and home once the ride is completed (car-pooling is encouraged). Group parking will be arranged.
Driving distance: Edmonton to New Denver is approximately 850 km’s (w/ferry crossing).
Ride Rating: Intermediate to Advanced with several challenging climbs.
Coordinator: Ed Weymouth at email@example.com or (780) 489-7711
A pre-trip meeting will be held – date/time to be determined.