Fat biking is a fast growing sport that allows beginner to advanced cyclists to bike on a variety of terrain. Fat bikes are a special type of bike that accommodate a much wider tire, often ranging from 3.5 to 5 inches in width.

Fat Bike Rentals

Want to try out a fat bike? Rent your equipment at the Pijeboogwek Shelter (near Park entrance). Contact us for additional information at 506-876-2443 or at kouch.info@pc.gc.ca.

Winter Fat Biking

16 kilometres of dedicated fat bike winding trails will be groomed throughout the park’s Acadian forest between the Pijeboogwek Waxing Hut and the La Source Shelter.

For your safety:

  • Ride on designated trails only.
  • Cycling off-road and on the other trails belonging to the winter trail network is not permitted. (it is permitted to cross the ski trail when indicated).
  • Yield for snowshoers and cross-country skiiers at intersections (they do not have brakes)
  • Avoid blocking your rear tire (skid)

Fat Bike Festival: March 4-12 2017

Fat bike enthusiast of all skill level from beginners to experts are welcome. Fat bike trials, rentals, outings and workshops will be offered.

Summer Fat Biking

Imagine riding your fat bike through the Major Kollock mountain bike trail - what a ride!

For your safety:

  • Fatbikes are not permitted on the beach, dunes or coastal areas (beach, lagoons and rivers). Fatbikers must stay on the bike trails.
  • If you are renting your fat bike at Kouchibouguac National Park, we recommend that you use a bike rack on your vehicle for safe transportation.