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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +233/ -231 ft
Total: 33 riders

Mountain Biking Dagmar North

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#45 of 312 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#2,414 in the world

The trails vary in skill level, from green to blue to Black Diamond to DOUBLE BLACK DIAMOND. The ratings are relative to trails in the area. Ride with caution. There are log-overs, rock gardens, a fall line trail, more rocks, hair pin turns, rollers and berms.

First added by olimoo on Sep 28, 2015. Last updated May 10, 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
There are 2 entrances, 733 Chalk Lake Rd. on the south side of the road, and the east side of the 7th Concession at 1720 7th Concession. These are the ONLY access points for Mountain Bikes! Please park in the public lots for either Walkers Woods or Glen Major trails, please don't park at the Dagmar ski resort.
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Brian Kimbel (on Oct 30, 2022)
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Freeze/Thaw (on Nov 20, 2019)
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Rider questions

Q: Is Dagmar closed for the winter?

Q: How is the signage for the directionally challenged?
A: I haven't been there since the spring so I'm not quite sure, most trails may not have as many as you would like especially when coming up to multiple trail intersections. Use Trailforks app on your smart phone and strava to help guide the way

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Rolling flow trails , currently very hard packed due to dry weather . Excellent downhill run down hill run through a ravine on skin and bones

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  • Rowerzysta

    The trail system was rebuild by local MTB clubs Ilast year. Well done and maintained. Nothing too difficult, flowy and fast. No night riding permitted so do not head out at dusk.

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  • Hozman

    Best trail in ON. Very flowy easy to ride, technical but not crazy. Challenging. No intense climbs. Run it counter clockwise. Love it.

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  • belinda123

    Great trail work by DMBA crew!!! Fast and flowy trails. Some technical features with rocks, boulders and logs. Bio space blowout is a great trail for climbing workouts. If you want a tour DMBA members happy to show you around. Could connect Durham, Walkers, 3 rocks and Dagmar to ride all day. So lucky to have this close to home!!!!

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  • Itsmejesse

    One of the worst trails I've ridden, there was a lot of overgrowth, the trails flowed fairly well but absolutely nothing technical, the maps are atrocious that is if you can find any! No sense planning a specific route there is next to nothing marked and it may be the route I took but it seemed it was all uphill with next to no reward after, id rather go ride greenbank, at least they have one switch back that's a lot more "technical" than these trails

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  • Keith Malcolm Evans

    this area is overwhelmingly great...you can string together a great series of trails in conjunction with Walker woods and durham forest.....

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  • *****

    Nice work by the dbma. The trails are flowy at points. Some big log overs. Some difficult rock gardens Beginners should start elsewhere or risk an endo. Take these trails counter clockwise starting with garter belt this will take you through most of the system. Make sure to ride cattle logs and granite planet for a challenge. Enjoy the ride. Parking is hard you are not supposed to park on the road 0.8 km south of the trail head is a sanctioned parking lot (and free).

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