Huron Natural Area

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If you’re looking for a trail ride, but you want something less agressive than the WCC trails, try this.  It’s something you can take your cyclocross on (35mm tires recommended).  Since these are pedestrian parks as opposed to WCC trails which is cycling first.  Please always ride in control and yield to hikers.

Puslinch Tract

Single Track
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Riding ranges from very easy pines to very technical hardwood.   It is a little difficult to find everything the first few times you go there.  If you don’t know your way around, you could end up walking a bit more than you’d like.


Trail Website:  Click here to open trail website
With the stunning Niagara Escarpment as a backdrop, Kelso Conservation Area in Milton is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts.  The park is also home to an extensive trail network for hiking and mountain biking where you can explore the stunning fields and old growth forests on top of the escarpment.

Guelph Lake

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The Guelph Road Off-Bicycle Association (GORBA) is the largest group in Guelph dedicated to the needs of off-road cyclists. We preserve, maintain, and increase the trail network in Guelph. As a group, we can participate in discussions with other trail user groups and with key organizations such as the Grand River Conservation Authority andThe City of Guelph.  We also coordinate club rides and events for all ages and skill levels during the cycling season.

Albion Hills

Trail Type:  Double Track and Technical Single Track
Trails Website:  Click here for trail website
Albion Hills Conservation Area features some of the most spectacular mountain biking trails in southern Ontario. Explore the beauty of our trails designed for riders of all ages and skill level


Trail Type:   Double and Technical Single Track
Trails Website:  Click here for trail website, maps and fees
There are several trails at this amazing facility. There are trails for all levels of riders. The trails are very well indicated and the level of difficulty          
is indicated at the start of the trail.

Durham Mountain Bike Association

Trail Type:  Single and Double Track
Trails Website:  Click here for trail website and maps
A great selection of fast, flowy and technical single and double track trails.  Its a bit of a maze with little signage, so best to have a guide or join a group ride if you want to find the best trails first time.

Woodstock Cycling Club – The Pines

Trail Type:  Single and Double Track
Trails Website:  Click here for trail website and maps
Great trail system.  In wet conditions, trails being mostly sand based soil, excel.
The Pines members-only riding area.  What this basically means is:  Please carry your Waterloo Cycling Club (OCA) membership card/sticker with you if you plan on visiting just a couple of times per year.  Otherwise,  please consider purchasing a membership by clicking here.

Turkey Point

Trail Type:  Single Track
Trails Website:  Click here for trail website and maps
Mountain bikers dedicated to the trails at Turkey Point. With access to over 40km of single track TPMBC is committed to the preservation, maintenance and development of mountain biking in the Turkey Point area.