Bruce Peninsula Mountain Bike Adventure Park

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Level: Advanced
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +75/88 ft
Total: 34 riders
 

Mountain Biking Bruce Peninsula Mountain Bike Adventure Park

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#45 of 311 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#2,287 in the world

Mostly flat and fast, The Bruce Peninsula Mountain Bike Park offers a network of trails for riders of various skills. There is a stunt course beside the parking lot, while a collection of singletrack all sprawl out across a rocky forest.

There's a few man-made wood pieces, all with bypasses, but the majority of the really difficult wood stuff has been removed. For a really challenging ride, try the Bike Buster trail.

One part of the singletrack has a couple 3-4 foot drops for those that are looking for gravity.

First added by sprodj on Apr 19, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Toronto: Take the 401 to the 410, head NORTH.
410 becomes highway 10 just north of Brampton.
Follow Highway 10 North to Owen Sound (approximately 2 hours on #10)
Turn LEFT onto Highway #21/#6 (West/North)
Turn RIGHT onto Highway #6 North (21 and 6 split at this intersection)
Follow #6 North through Wiarton (20 minutes from Owen Sound to Wiarton)
Turn RIGHT onto Bruce Rd 9 just north of Wiarton
Trailhead is on the right, just beyond Purple Valley Rd.
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  • Paul Loeffelholz
    ***

    Slightly damp in areas and some slippery rock due to recent rain
    Overall good condition and well maintained

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    Over all good conditions , small branches and twigs litter the trails throughout , probably from a recent high windstorm .
    1 loop section in the back is closed

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  • Brian Kimbel   ✓ supporter
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    Very nice area, not huge, but big enough for an hour or so of riding. Nice mix of easier trails and harder. The gnarlier sections are sometimes hard to spot (the trail seems to disappear, then you notice that, yeah, you have to go over that pile of rocks). The pump track is fun, too.

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
    *****

    Overall dry conditions , well laid out network. Not sure why certain sections has chip and dust gravel layer . Good technical rock sections and a few off the map new trails forming. Map at every intersection

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  • tedwiktor
    ***

    Very technical trails. Well marked, with all leading back to double track. Everything basically runs in a loop so you can't get lost.

    The only reason I rated this a 3 is because of the lack of diversity of trails.

    You can find more selection of trails at Hilton Falls or Kelso, with same type of terrain, and much less distance to travel, especially if coming from GTA area.

    I did this trail during Thanksgiving weekend. Not the best place to ride when leaves are down and wet. Very slippery.

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  • schuby
    *****

    Great track maintenance and trail marking, continues to improve. One of the most technical rides I've been on. "Bike buster", "maple ridge"," big bear" will challenge u, good luck riding without clipping out

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  • sprodj
    ****

    Relatively flat singletrack network that crosses over a lot of rock gardens. Most of the man-made stuff has been taken apart (which is kind of a shame) as of summer 2010. Still a great ride though, with one really technical trail (Bike Buster) that certainly can live up to it's name.

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