First class recreation facilities.
Hinton Bike Park
Directions to Hinton Bike Park
Address is 281 Robb Rd, Hinton, AB
- Turn onto Switzer Drive off of HWY 16 at the set of lights at behind the Timberland Hotel;
- Turn Right at the next lights onto Robb Road
- Continue on Robb Road once the road turns to gravel go another 200m
- Turn Right into the Parking Lot
The Hinton & District Chamber of Commerce would like to recognize the Hinton Mountain Bike Association and the great work they are doing to make Hinton Alberta’s Mountain Bike Mecca!
This community led initiative to was to build an outstanding mountain bike skills park that is fun, safe, free of charge, and accessible for all abilities and ages, thereby facilitating the promotion of skills development, active lifestyles and mountain culture.
Having a skill park allows for users to “session” bike features many times in short time frames, thereby improving riding skills in a safe and structured environment. By being the first of its kind in the Yellowhead region, we hope this facility will be a regional hub for activity.
The Bike Park was made possible by the Hinton Mountain Bike Association (HMBA) and the Town of Hinton.
Hinton Nordic Centre
Directions to the Nordic Centre
The Hinton Nordic Centre is located in the south end of William A Switzer Park on HWY 40, 20 minutes north of Hinton, 1 hr east of the Jasper town site.
- Follow Highway 16 to the Grande Cache turnoff onto HWY 40 north (6 km West of Hinton);
- Follow Highway 40 north for 14 km to the crest of the hill
- Turn left onto the Athabasca Tower Road at the end of a long left hand curve
- Stay right to access main lodge
This is a world class facility and is both accessible and affordable, another of the great things about being in Hinton, Alberta!
The Nordic Centre is an amazing ski facility for our citizens and for visitors who bring tourism dollars to town. The Hinton Nordic Centre boasts 35 km of expertly groomed trails for skating and classic skiing, a large rustic day lodge, and a biathlon range. The trails have been recently upgraded to provide enjoyable skiing on novice to expert trails which have hosted national and world events. The club has an active Jackrabbit, Biathlon, and youth race program.
The Centre has recently added a warmup cabin on a beautiful sunny viewpoint, a new novice trail, and many upgrades to the biathlon range that hosted last year’s North American and Canadian National Biathlon Championships.
Day ski passes can be purchased at the self registration kiosk in the main lodge or at zone4. Ski rentals are available at Vicious Cycle in Hinton and Memberships can also be purchased online; see the fees and registration page for more details.
Luge sledding is an active sport for the whole family! The Hinton Luge Association’s facility has a 950 metre groomed snow track, located below the Athabasca Lookout Tower, on the Nordic Centre Road – 20 minutes north of Hinton on Highway 40 North.
The facility can accommodate small groups of 4 to 12 for the best luge experience, though larger groups are welcome, provided ample notice is given. Visitors should bring a helmet (if they already have 1), winter clothing and a lunch/snack with water.
Call 780-865-2922 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book a time to try this exciting sport.
Doctor Duncan Murray Recreation Centre
There are 2 indoor arenas, 4 indoor courts, the pool facility includes a 6 lane, 25m indoor main pool, childrens pool, hot tub, steam room and wheelchair lift.
The Hinton Skateboard park is located adjacent to the Dr. Duncan Murray Recreation Centre, as is the Rotary Spray & Play, along with a variety of sports fields including 4 baseball diamonds, 2 soccer pitches, football field, 400m running track and food booth.
The Recreation Centre also houses Hinton Parent Link, the Hinton Youth Centre and the Hinton Municipal Library.
“Some days are simply made for playing.”
~Mary Anne Radmacher