Review: Over all area fairly large, I spent most of the time scanning for expected side single tracks off of the main gravel and dirt wide walking paths , there were a few but not what I was expecting like in Hilton falls. I will return and do the eastern sections and do a bit more research for the locals hidden single tracks. Over all lots of climbing and great area, winding horse trails were great but littered by horses and riders.. Sunday's are too busy in there with walkers strolling 4 wide.
Review: Rated 4 because of how it used to be and the insane potential it has. I used to ride here frequently in University and there seemed to be quite a bit more singletrack then there is now. Loads of walking paths with sometimes annoying placement of gravel screenings, but there are great spots in this huge area with great terrain variety. As others have mentioned, you should have a bell for weekends as it can get busy on the main trails. Some of the single tracks I have recently discovered are quite challenging with rocky spots and tree crossings, and I know there are plenty more here yet to be discovered. If Christie Lake can have professionally designed single track trails, Dundas Valley can't be that far off.
Review: Lots of people so you must have a bell or be comfortable calling out when you approach. Keep an eye out for dogs, and keep and eye out for horse/deer droppings. Otherwise a spectacular set of single and double track. My advice is to go to the trail center before you set off so that you can take a good look at the maps and figure out our route. Main loop can be crowded, and my personal favorite is the Monarch trail. If you like good climbs and descents that's the one for you. Beware the gravel! The fitness trail is also very fun but again, watch for people.
Review: I've heard you have to go with someone who knows the trails to find the good single track. For now I give a 3. Lots of hikers on a wk end, trail runners etc. Would like to try again with someone who is familiar.
Review: I ride here every day. Plenty of challenging hills and singletrack, terrible loose gravel on double track. Favourite climbs are Firepit, Headwaters Cw and Cardiac... Watch for dogs off leashes and horses. Many walkers on weekends on main loop.. Bell required.
Review: I stuck to the marked doubletrack trails, although I did see a couple of singletrack trails on way round. A beautiful place for a beginner/intermediate ride in fall, or just a non technical leg stretch, even on the marked doubletrack there are a couple of short, sharp climbs that will make you work.