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  • Buffalo Pound Provincial Park Trails

    The Buffalo Pound Provincial Park Trails offer excellent hiking, mountain biking, fat biking, cycling and cross-country skiing for trail users of all ages and levels. Nicolle Flats Nature Area features interpretive hiking and mountain biking trails with breathtaking views and outstanding bird and wildlife watching opportunities. In the winter, the trails are groomed for cross-country skiing.
  • The Railyard at Victoria Park Mountain Bike Trails

    The Railyard Mountain Bike Park is locatied in Truro’s Victoria Park and contains over 40kms of bike trails. Cyclists are urged to use caution when using park trails and to yield to pedestrians as required. Cyclists are also reminded to stay on defined hard-surface trails to prevent damage to environmentally sensitive areas of the park. Located minutes from downtown Truro, here you will some of the best mountain biking trails in Nova Scotia. The park is a free public facility and provides mountain biking opportunities for all skills levels from beginners through to “extreme” riders.
  • Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park

    As a result of the growing popularity of winter mountain biking, Provincial Parks is excited to now provide nearly 10 kms of new groomed fatbike trail at Brookvale Nordic Lodge. We ask that you follow the following guidelines to protect our relationship with landowners and minimize the impact of fatbiking on our existing skiing community. We cannot stress enough that it is up to YOU to protect the success of this initiative as well as future investment in the sport.

    Key guidelines:

    • Nearly 10 kms of single track fatbiking trail will be groomed. Access is from the Brookvale Nordic Lodge.
    • Please remain on fatbiking trails. Do not ride on cross-country ski trails.
    • Only ride when trails are open. Please respect closures to support our grooming efforts.
    • Please do not walk on any of our trails without skis or snowshoes! It creates irreparable holes.
  • White Hills Mountain Bike Trails

    This region is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!

    Whitehills is the most heavily used area for mountain biking in the St. John’s region. The trails are maintained by a small group of local riders. Currently the trails are unsanctioned; however, efforts are underway to make the trail network official and more accessible / visible to current and potential users. This is a mountain bike priority, shared use trail network. Please be courteous of other non-motorized trail users.
  • Bonnevile Lakes Loop

    Start at the Fish lake parking lot and head up the lake.  Alternatively, you could head down the creek towards Jackson lake and do it the other way.  Starting up the lake means you have a push up to Bonneville, but you get a super fun long downhill ride.  If you do it “backwards”, you have a long, mellow climb ending with a short, steep plunge down to the lake. Pick yer poison.
  • Birds Hill Provincial Park Oak Ride Mountain Bike Trail

    7 km loop. Dedicated mountain bike trail in the South West section of Birds Hill Provincial Park. Single track. Very minor elevation changes. Many sections are built on deer trails and have extremely tight corners and very narrow passings between trees. Other sections open up a bit and have super sweet S bends with great flow. Some corners have low berms with more berms added each year. This is the most frequented XC race course on the competition calendar with short XC races held every 2 – 3 week during early and mid summer. The trails dry quickly but many of the lower sections are not rain friendly and are easily rutted when wet. When foliage is grown in during summer months it’s difficult to see ahead so be careful about approaching other riders coming in the opposite direction. In winter, the trail is packed for excellent fat biking.translate

  • Duck Mountain Provincial Park – Green Lake Loop

    A trip to Duck Mountain Provincial Park along Saskatchewan/Manitoba is well worth the travel time for adventure driven FatBiker.  There are many snowmobile and ski trails in this area and the terrain is both challenging and scenic.  Green Lake Loop is a great ride through the forest along some well maintained snowmobile trails groomed by the Park. A good portion of the return trip is along the TransCanada Trail  You can start your voyage from a number of spots – the ski course parking lot shelter, Duck Mountain Resort (also has rooms and condos), or the main beach parking lot skating shelter.
  • Halton Agreement Forest Trails

    HAFTA(Halton Agreement Forest Trail Association) is a non-for-profit association that preserves, protects and promotes mountain bike access and diverse riding opportunities on Halton Region lands. With your support HAFTA will represent you the rider to ensure access to the agreement forest. Memberships will provide insured trails, regular maintenance and trail development days. Strength in numbers, we need your support. We believe Halton Region has great trails and great people. Join us!
  • GORBA Guelph Lake Trails

    GORBA is the largest group in Guelph devoted to the needs of the off-road cyclist since 1992. By providing a group voice, we can preserve, maintain, and even increase the trail network in the Guelph area. As a group we can participate in discussions with other trail user groups, and with organizations such as the Grand River Conservation Authority and the City of Guelph. We also coordinate club rides and events for all ages and skill levels during the cycling season.




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