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Level: Intermediate
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +241/298 ft
Total: 59 riders
 

Mountain Biking Iroquois Heights

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#211 of 311 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#9625 in the world

combo trails tricky single track, rail trail, jumps, fallen trees tons of roots awesome ride.

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
403 to "LINC" East, first exit turn left follow through to second lights turn left follow till parking lot on your right... park and ride.
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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    Warm October day so excessive amounts of hikers and dog walkers
    Trails are leaf covered and damp so a bit slippery

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  • Krusherr69
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    In grade 8 two of my friends almost fell off of a cliff onto the highway lol

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  • LMNOPAUL
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    Park on Scenic Dr. near where the power lines cross over the road. At the Access point go left on the gravel trail (Bruce Trail). there are a bunch of single track trails that come off to the right and you can ride right up to the edge of the escarpment that overlooks the 403.
    The trails are good for beginners/intermediate with mostly fun smooth curves, the odd sharp turn and drop here and there. A really fun enjoyable ride that won't push you too hard.
    **one of the trails has a section that is less than 4 feet away from the edge of the cliff! Also I almost crashed into a deer, so be careful!

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  • markcf
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    - Some very enjoyable trails
    - Very hard to navigate, no signs or real organization
    - Some trails are poorly maintained, and it can be hard to tell before getting somewhat far into the trail.

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  • joneufeld
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    A short trail with lots of exploring and side trails. Has the rail trail going through it to make it a loop

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  • ****

    Fun. Lots of roots with some nice vegetation tunnels

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  • Humayon Mirza
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    Great trail, but may not be the best trail for beginners. Also the google maps address isn't correct, just search Iroquois Heights. Also gets quite muddy.

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  • zionman
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    Fun short trail to ride over and over. Tends to get muddy and hold water after heavy rains. Easy but fun.

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  • *****

    Awsome easy 2.6km loop side trail there!

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  • Modded
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    A little bit of everything here if you explore a bit... Stumbled on a few dirt jumps in one area, an incomplete downhill run, "rail" type trail, interesting singletracks with logovers and even some deer grazing around!

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  • DJD
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    Short network of relatively easy singletrack surrounding the Chedoke radial trail, ending at the 403. Good mix of ups and downs, nothing too strenuous or technical. Good quick evening ride or as part of a bigger loop into Dundas Valley. Easy access from Chedoke Golf Course at the bottom of the Escarpment or the end of Scenic Drive at the top.

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  • ****

    Great tracks that you can ride over and over with lots of side options.

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  • RatchRacing
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    Good for an after work or quick spin, a mess of singletrack trails with the Chedoke Rail Trail running through it. The singletrack is fast and twisty with the occasional technical challenge. Not much mileage or climbing.

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