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Level: Advanced
Length: 30 mi (48.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +529/483 ft
Total: 67 riders
 

Mountain Biking Copeland Forest

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#30 of 311 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#1400 in the world

go to far rh corner of parking lot, follow double track over railway crossing. as you head up the hill turn left and head into the single track.

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
hwy 400 from barrie, to hwy 93 cutoff, north to ingram rd follow signs to copeland forest parking lot.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Barrie, Ontario

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Intermediate | 17 mi

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    I didn't really have enough time to do the area justice so I'll have to go back to this place . Main trails were somewhat clear and dry secondary trails were leaf covered with minimal mud in certain low spots . Used trail forks to navigate towards the black trails and quickly realized each time I was climbing a downhill run . Changed that real quick
    Great area with lots of options

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  • Downhill Mike
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    I ended up going and its a great place. Reminded me a bit of three stages but just alot less techical which was good for more relaxed ride. I rode most of the trails from what I had on trail forks. I rode some cross country trails and then did some Enduro trails but ended up climbing back up on the 5 line north just to save some time and energy. After doing it twice I took the rail trail and slowly climbed back up to the parking lot by Horeshoe Valley rd. Loved the place but the only small downside is once in a while you might hit a sandy section which can result in crashing so watch out for those sandy spots.

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  • Downhill Mike

    Thanks for your feedback. Recently I started moving away from downhill and getting more into Enduro so will definitely check out this place. Thanks for sharing.

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  • tool5150
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    Best place close to Barrie by far. Flowing single track will have you grinning ear to ear. Follow the trail from the parking lot like the description said but go right into the singletrack and do a big loop that will bring you to the 5th line DH section which is a blast! if you go left you'll be riding up the best part of this whole system.

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  • ****

    Trails are in good condition. There are some sections that are grown over a bit as well as some that are still leaf covered. Also a couple that have large trees down over them.

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  • ToucanLife
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    This place is crazy. I have been twice and still haven't fully figured it out.

    Nothing is marked, but there is some seriously crazy single track in here if you find the right sections. If you don't you may hit a lot of boring double track. Most of the single track spikes off the double track so keep your eyes peeled and start near Horseshoe resort by the 'condos' across the highway.

    There are some nasty climbs in here too, but some nasty descents as well (old DH trails with jumps as well)

    The first time you go prepare to get lost or at least waist a bit of time finding trails unless you go with someone who knows the trails.

    In the middle there is a giant tree covered hill with about 6 trails spiking out from each direction of the peak, all going downhill - pretty crazy!

    I would say there are upwards of 40-50km of trails in here - need a solid amount of time out there to make the most of it unless you ride with someone who knows a good loop.

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  • konacoiler
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    This is a whole network of trails in Copleland forest of doubletrack and singletrack. The doubletrack trails are sandy and covered in horse-crap but the singletrack is very nice, smooth and well built. We sampled about 10km of singletrack on our outing and had some good climbs and downhill sections along with some flat sections. There are a few technical features on this trail as well. None of the singletrack trails are marked so you have to explore. There are many miles, so take your GPS so you don't get lost.

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  • joel_andrews

    great trail for a good ride. Many climbs with great flowey down hill section and many obstacles

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