24 Hours of Adrenalin in Kananaskis Country

Posted for information purposes from the 24 Hours of Adrenalin website.


Adrenalin seekers…

Don’t miss out, as West Coast / Rocky Mountain mountain bike enthusiasts and all their friends travel to the heart of the Canadian Rockies in Kananaskis Country, the 20th Edition of the 24 Hours of Adrenalin is a guaranteed great time!

The 24 Hours of Adrenalin event is one of the most popular events in North America. 70% of the entries for the 2015 event were sold within 48 hrs of completion of the 2014 event!

Located within a one and a half hour drive from Calgary and just 4 km from Canmore, the Canmore Nordic Centre is an easy spot to get to. The town of Canmore and its beautiful surrounding mountains boast one of Mother Nature’s best playgrounds. Mountain biking and hiking are just few of the activities available to the avid outdoor enthusiast.

The Canmore Nordic Centre has played host to some of the most prestigious events over the years including the 1988 Olympic Cross Country Skiing, the first ever World Solo 24 Hours of Adrenalin™ Championships in 1999, the Mountain Bike World Cup and Canada Cups.


We have a great deal of information in this section to assist you with an enjoyable weekend. Please take the time to read through the links in this section.

The 24 Hours of Adrenalin offers only over night camping onsite (Friday and Saturday nights), while the town itself (5 minutes away) offers various accommodations.

Parking is limited to one vehicle per team due to the limited onsite parking spaces.

Camping is further outlined in the “Camping” Section. Be sure to watch the weather reports and prepare for the unexpected. Nights are usually cool, especially since people are tired both physically and mentally. Elements a rider can expect to face are dry, hot, dusty, cold, wet and rainy conditions and even the possibility of snow… yes in July, after all it’s the Canadian Rockies.

Very Important

The 24 Hours of Adrenalin – Canmore is hosted at the Canmore Nordic Center Provincial Park (CNCPP). While not a “true” campground the CNCPP provides us with a great open palate to accommodate a large scale event. For those that wish to forgo the weekend camping style (sorry no fires, it’s a park after all) the town of Canmore is only a 5 minute drive. Again parking is limited to one vehicle per team, so take your time and pack smartly. Parking, Shuttles & Camping are further outlined in the “Parking & Shuttle Program” and “Camping” Sections.

Connect with your teammates, family and friends…

Bring Friend’s Team Info: names, campsite (if they are camping) so you can look them up.


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