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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +658/584 ft
Total: 24 riders
 

Mountain Biking Erin Trail System

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#23 of 312 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#900 in the world

These trails are private and managed by the Caledon Cycling Club.

First added by Greg Heil on May 2, 2020. Last updated May 2, 2020. → add an update
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Q: Do you still have to be a member to ride these trails?
A: These are private trails on private land. In order to ride you must be a member of the Caledon Cycling Club. If you are caught riding and are not a member, you are trespassing.

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  • Broncos13
    ****

    Good Track. A tough one. Definitely not for beginners or if you are just getting back into it.

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  • GSwayze
    *****

    This is one of the finest trail systems in Ontario. Advanced intermediate to expert difficulty level and very aerobically challenging. HOWEVER, these are private trails exclusive to members of the Caledon Cycling Club. Please don't threaten our access to these private properties by riding without a membership. Memberships can be purchased by visiting the Club at www.caledoncyclingclub.com.

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  • eaglehawk101
    *****

    These trails are private trails that are connected to the Caledon Cycling Club. I've ridden them twice this fall because the club opened them up to non-members with a simple waiver picked up at a nearby bike shop (Caledon Hills Cycling in Inglewood). The fellow (Randy) who designed these trails knows what he's doing -- there's fantastic flow, whip corners, switchbacks, quick climbs and short steep descents. Best of all, Randy is out there multiple times a week to groom the trails, removing debris. These are the best groomed trails around. And they're a load of fun. Check them out (legally, of course).

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  • ****

    Not overly technical but nice rolling hills. Great for working out the legs and lungs. Lots of switch backs, a few nice drops. Trails were in great shape. Good for beginners wanting to hone skills or intermediate riders wanting a good workout. Overall a great place to ride.

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