Spring mountain biking on Durham trails

Durham Region has terrain for mountain bikers of all skill levels. From beginner to professional athlete, there is a Durham trail suited to mountain biking enthusiasts of all skill levels this spring.

Durham resident Emily Batty, a two-time Olympian, Pan-Am Gold Medalist and National Champion particularly enjoys the Dagmar North Trails. The Dagmar North Trails were built in 2015 through the volunteer efforts of the Durham Mountain Biking Association and its members. This trail provides 13 kilometers of single track adventure for intermediate and advanced riders looking for challenging obstacles, twists and turns.

You’ll find more than 150 kilometers of trails with a good climb, long, sweeping descents and a good flow in Uxbridge’s Durham Forest. The route includes fifty kilometers of single-track mountain biking trails.

Hundreds of kilometers of trails await you in the pristine forest of the Oak Ridges Moraine in the Ganaraska Forest. There are 15, 30 and 60 kilometer single and double-track trails that offer a good challenge with multiple hills. The 60 kilometer loop is designated as an International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) Epic Ride, one of only three of its kind in Canada.

Download the complete Durham Trails Guide at
https://www.durham.ca/en/discovering-durham/resources/Documents/Tourism/Tourism-Guides/TrailsGuide.pdf

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