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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +401/120 ft
Total: 49 riders
 

Mountain Biking Boler Mountain

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#53 of 311 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#2529 in the world

Single Track loop running across ski hill and into Carolinian Forest with aggressive climbs and technical sections. Easier loops around technical sections.

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
From 402 take Colonal Talbot turn off head north, at Southdale turn left head west at Boler turn right at Griffith Street turn left drive approximately 1.5Km at 689 Griffith Street turn left into entrance of Boler Mountain.
From North London take Oxford St West to Sanitorium Rd turn left at Sanitorium rd. continue on Sanitorium over bridge stay left. Go through lights at Commissioners road becomes Boler. at Baseline turn right. at Griffith turn left. Continue on Griffith for approx. 1.5Km entrance to Boler on right At 689 Griffith Street.
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  • mymoneypls
    *****

    Nice fast trail, the climbs can be challenging if your not used to the trail. Great spot, hopefully they add more features and/or trail.

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  • rubybigdog
    ****

    First time riding at Boler Mountain. It is a really fun trail system with lots of punchy climbs and fun high speed downs. It is fun having the treetop adventure climbing course running overtop the trails too. The trails were very dry and actually dusty on Saturday May 20th but the rain today (21st) will sort that out quickly. Great workout, fun trails and a really solid experience.

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    Rare sunny day after weeks of rain ,some areas a bit wet still ,Rock garden closed but over all not bad. Tough grind with no breaks

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
    ***

    Not actually open for mountain bikes during ski season but they just happened to be closed early for christmas eve and I couldnt resist the groomed slopes

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  • joneufeld
    ****

    Would give it a 5 but not entirely worth the fee. Still a really fun ride

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  • Cruzn14
    ****

    something for everyone... great technical trail... good ups and downs, switchbacks and flow singletrack... will test your lungs... some fun fast drops...

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  • rblissett
    *****

    I thought this was a challenging work out and found the red course offered the most fun. The climbs are never ending sometimes or at least so they seemed :-) you also have to be aware of some of the declines as they can be pretty knarly especially considering all the trees and rocks you could potentially hit if you lose control. That being said there are good options for those fairly new to MTB.

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  • RealPDizzy
    ****

    Was a nice ride. Some great climbs and fun technical sections. But it wasnt worth the $8 entrance fee.

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  • ****

    Awesome trail. Have to pay to get in but worth it.

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  • sprodj

    The "white" trail is incredible. Starting with a difficult climb out of the gate, you are then put into a steep, rolling singletrack trail with technical challenges and flowing, curving downhills.

    With the race series they hold, there's also a lot of fun to be had on Thursdays.

    For beginners, the yellow trail helps learning mtb'ers take on a good physical trail without the craziness, as it's shorter and avoids the tough technical singletrack.

    Highly recommended - the maintenance is also done routinely on the trail, so you never have to worry about obstacles.

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