7thLine to Sugarbush - Green (Nodes D, E, F, G, H, I)

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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +964/1 ft
Total: 44 riders

Mountain Biking 7thLine to Sugarbush - Green (Nodes D, E, F, G, H, I)

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#231 of 340 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#368 in the world

well maintain single track, very well-drained hard-packed tread, rarely muddy, some steep sections and switchback

Before you go
  • No Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • No Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • No Restrooms
Getting there
Northwest corner of 7thLine and Bass Lake Sideroad
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Trail conditions

Snow: packed (Dec 15, 2019)
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  • Downhill Mike

    All of the trails are hard packed and ready to be ridden. I packed down Schumacher trail with my 4.8 tires so it should be pretty easy to follow my big tire print. Park at 7th Line North and Bass Lake side road east so this way you will have access to all of the trails. Parking is on Bass lake east of 7th line. Let's try to ride all of the trails and keep them open all winter. Conditions are great. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

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  • Downhill Mike

    Snow wonderland with many kilometers of groomed singletrack. Come and enjoy this awesome place for winter riding

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  • walker402

    Had a great ride here with a couple buddies on the weekend. Track has some really fun flowing downhill sections and then some not so fun uphill ones. Lots of really cool scenery in the flat sections. Little jumps all over the place and some built bridges and paths. Overall i had a great ride and will be going back for sure

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  • Downhill Mike

    Not all of the trails are groomed at this moment because this place is located in the snow belt but you can put in about 15 -20 km without hitting the same trails. Park at the steam whistle parking and groomed trails will be right there.

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  • Downhill Mike

    Just came back from a night ride and it was awesome. Lots of snow again probably about 6 inches and looks like it will stay here for a while. Go get your fat bike and enjoy this beautiful winter. This place has insane amount of trails and a real winter wonderland.

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  • Downhill Mike

    Went yesterday for a first fat bike night ride. There was a good amout of snow on the trails for a perfect ride. They have probably over 60 km of singletrack so this place is perfect for somebody like me that like to do big rides. Looking forward to this fat bike season and this will be one of my go to places this winter.

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  • Brad_Pitt

    Great trails! Only beef I have is seeing riders there who aren't members of SCMBC. The club is non-profit and do an awesome job at making new trails and upkeep, the least you can do is join for only $40/year. My favourite place to ride in Ontario. The new Creeks trail is world-class caliber. Lots of trails to explore ranging from easy to break out the advil. Bring water as no source at trailhead. Hope to post pics soon.

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  • Downhill Mike

    They finally put up maps at every intersection and trail heads so now it makes it much easier to navigate the place. I also joined the club two weeks ago and they mailed me a map with a club sticker. Trails are great and it costs only $40 for a membership for a whole year and you will receive a map. The place is even bigger then I thought. I believe they have over 70km of singletrack. Visit this place and you will not regret.

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  • Downhill Mike

    This place is amazing. I brought my carbon hardtail with me and it was an awesome ride. Trails are fast, flowy and very smooth. You can go very fast because you won't get tight turns or swith backs evert ten seconds how it is in many other places so you will come across alot of fast and flowy downhills. You will also come across a few steep technical uphills and some jumps so this place is a hidden treasure where everybody will have an amazing time. There is about 40-50 km of singletrack so you can put in a full day ride. The trails are marked by different colors so stick to the color you started with and it will bring you back from where you started from for the most part. You can find trail maps at Scmbc web site. Great job Scmbc.

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  • Cityslin$er

    Great trail system. Variety of terrain that is very well maintained. Challenging switchbacks, nice elevation change, technical. Highly recommended.

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  • eaglehawk101

    Fun trails! We explored Johnson, Arbour and Hutchinson-Brown Tracts (of which this is a part). The trails are well maintained (thanks SCMBC), but the markings are a bit sparse. As a result, we veered onto trail that was actually on private property and got all turned around as a result. There's something for everyone, even a few small log rollovers. The sparse markings plus the fact we got turned around makes this a four-star, not a five.

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  • tool5150

    So many trails to choose from and all are super fun. Up and down alot of the time and with good flow. Alot of these trails were built by SCMBC members

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  • slipfinger

    This place has a little of everything. Nice flowy single tracks with your fair share of ups and downs to test your skills and lungs. I was a little confused with the color coding of the trails, There seems to yellow painted bands around trees along the trail which I guessed I was on the yellow trail, but when I know I was on the black trail I was still seeing the yellow bands. Some of the trails are a little overgrown and as has been mention already there are quite a few small stumps right at the trail edge that is covered by the over growth, Be aware! I will defiantly be back to explore the rest of the trails, from what I understand there are plenty of trails within this area to explore.

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  • *****

    Hard packed fast flowing single track with some gnarly switchbacks, small climbs and bodacious drops. Very fast! I broke some spokes and got stung by a bee, but overall radical ride. I took green as far as I could and then took black back. I heard people say that once you go black you never go back, but I made it back just fine. Nice view on black of the open pit if you are into Tonka trucks. Watch out for those stumps grown over on the side of of the single track. Those cocksuckers will shatter your toes.

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  • BingoBob

    Its a pretty sweet ride. Fast, flowy, hardpacked and well drained with some good climbs.

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  • ****

    Good beginner to intermediate single track with some nice flow. Moderate climbs and downhills

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