Bayview & Stouffeville

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.61 out of 5
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Intermediate
24
km

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↑ 200 m
↓ 200 m
289
elevation (m)

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Trail Description
About this trail
A large loop with many intersections within it. mainly smooth fire roads with logs and steep bits here and there, Sandy bits along a few section as well as . Try and run this as a clockwise loop. There is (was) an extreme section there but it changes from time to time.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Q: Is there parking? Is there trail indicators? Looking for a change of scenery for tomorrow. -Ange47

A: Yes there is parking for two cars in front of the trailhead. There are no trail indicators but just download trail forks on your phone its pretty accurate. The place is not that big so I wouldn't worry too much about getting lost.

Downhill Mike answered on December 13, 2016. Did you find this helpful? Yes | No

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Reviews (22)
 

Granny Gear

September 10, 2019
GhostMTB Granny Gear  
 
Review: Nice trails, first time riding. Trail marking is pretty much non-existing, very easy to get turned around. A lot of single tracks jutting in and out leading back to main trail which made it easy to figure out where to go once you have ridden the main trail in entirety. Parked right by Bethesda Rd trail start on street across the way. Overall, very nice trails, some technical with tight sweeps and roots but no major obstacles, only found one skinny to ride on. I liked it!




Gramcounter

April 8, 2019
 
Review: My wife and I stuck mostly to the lime stone walking path. Other than some scattered snow and ice the only thing that was a concern was some slushy conditions on the lower lying areas. Otherwise...great ride.

Similar Trail: Great Canada TRail




Gramcounter

July 5, 2018
 
Review: One will need to be conscious of fallen trees that may not have been there the last time the path was taken. Other than that, the more I ride it the more I love it!

Similar Trail: Too many to mention. Jefferson has it all.




Gramcounter

June 7, 2018
 
Review: As I've said here before it's my default. I love Ravenshoe, King City, Uxbridge, 3 Stages, Dagmar but this palce is GREAT! 5 minutes from the LARGE parking lot on Bethesda Rd. my son and I spotted a huge pheasant. Then an hour later a couple of rabbits just shy of Yonge St. Then an hour and a half after that a full grown Doe. The deer in the area are quite used to having humans in the vicinity so they are wary but tolerant. Meaning, long observations of the wild life is possible. Enjoy this fabulous place.

Similar Trail: Uxbridge& Parts of Dagmar




Gramcounter

June 5, 2018
 
Review: This is my default. There is a parking lot on Bethesda rd. just east of Bayview. There are tonnes of great single track of all types. Chutes, jumps, berms and overall and it goes as far as Bathurst. Love it!

Similar Trail: Durham




Singletrack


October 8, 2017
lhzawd Singletrack  
 
Review: Amazingly dry even after a rain , second time there so I was able to piece way more of the trails together and find more gradual climbs to the downhill sections. Certain areas in the east side were closed for conservation rehabilitation .... but still lots of other sections to ride. Worth the trip!




Granny Gear

August 5, 2017
 
Review: Pretty suprised to see so many good reviews on these trails. I usually ride Durham Forest /Walker Woods/ Glenn Major and Dakar North which in my opinion are quite a bit better. That being said... these trails are worth a trip if you're looking for something new to ride. Lots of quick up and down twist and turn roller coast type trails which come off as challenging. Whoever built these trails obviously has no interest in flow. Seems like every time you pick up any speed you are quickly redirected to a tight turn or a technical assent. Layout of the trails seemed really strange sometimes with tight turns followed by jumps or log overs with absolutly no run up. They're not so technical in the sense of roots and rocks but they will keep your thumb working hard constantly shifting thoes gears around. For an experienced rider who likes to hit jumps this place might be your heaven. In what seemed like the center of the forest there is quite a few scetchy jump lines that look quite fun. Most of them are doubles and you won't find any table tops. I would consider myself a slightly above average rider and found myself a little intimadated by these jumps. If I wasn't alone I definitely would have sent them but I was too worried about taking a nasty spill by my lonesome. So if you're planning to do the jumps bring a buddy. You could easily spend 2 hours on the same 4-5 trails in this 'jumps' area. The trails also seem like the need some maintenance... most of the jump and landings really need work as well as fallen trees and over grown trails. Definitely expect to be heading home with some cuts on your arms from trailside thorns, branches, ect. All that being said... I would consider going back. Maybe not frequently because I live 10 minutes from Durham forest, but maybe once a year or so. If you are coming from far I would recommend driving 25 min east to the Durham forest area instead. You'll have way more options and find what I believe are better trails.

Similar Trail: Durham Forest




Gramcounter

June 8, 2017
MrDreame Gramcounter  
 
Review: Awesome place to spend a few hours , tons of trails . Not hard to get lost but if you follow the trails clockwise they tend to always bring you back to the main trail . Lots of fun !!! Be nice if we could mark out some sort of circuit to really get some good flow going but regardless it's part of the adventure !




Singletrack


May 21, 2017
lhzawd Singletrack  
 
Review: Best kept secret ever.. light rain made for good traction for the hundreds of switchbacks climbing and descending. Talked to one of the trail builders with an out of control level of enthusiasim for what he does. Use a gps , Trailforks to navigate.

Similar Trail: Boler and meadowlilly




Doubletrack


December 10, 2016
 
Review: Awesome place. Had no idea that Richmond Hill had a place like that until today. Not sure how it is in the summer but it was perfect for Fat biking. No ice and good amount of snow. I hope it snows some more soon. It has a few steep up/downhills but it was pretty tacky and made it even more fun.



Bayview & Stouffeville MTB Trail 4.61 out of 5 based on 22 ratings. 22 user reviews.
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