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Level: Beginner
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +1,403/1 ft
Total: 24 riders
 

Mountain Biking Northumberland Forest Green

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#111 of 314 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#5,958 in the world

Trail is hard packed singletrack with a very few roots and rocks. There are some banked corners and a few sandy sections. There are a few steep climbs as well.

First added by konacoiler on May 22, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 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
From Cobourg or 401 take County Road 45 North, take a left on Beagle Club Road. Turn left into parking lot at sign.
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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    Amazing sunny day with -2c temps
    Loose powder on top of snow shoe packed. some trails cut by a single pass of a snowmobile while trails used by ofsc snowmobile clubs were well groomed

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  • Paul Loeffelholz
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    Well marked trails with emblems of leaves or birds
    Four to five inches of snow still through out area , some portions where well packed down by hikers and fat bikes , some areas were only 5"wide Fat tracks . Further away from parking area snow too deep to ride. Whole area has multi use trails from what I could see in the dark and this time of year still had snowmobiles passing through on the OFS trails. This ride only included the east side of highway#45 ,area on the south west was only open to cross country skiers . Worth a trip back in the summer to see what the whole network will be like .

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  • jonnyray1984
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    good trails with flow, mostly sand based so not affected by rain that much.

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  • tnt_bike
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    Did the red and green trail as part of a mountain bike marathon race. There was definitely some sweet sections of trail in here, the only downside is it can be a bit sandy in places, it probably rides best the day after a rain. Also, I don't think it is ridden much so there were allot of small sticks on the trail that I was constantly worried about getting in my derailleur. Lots of poison ivy too so bring something to wash off your legs right after a ride. I added an image of the race lap to the photos ... my favorite parts were the trails to the East of Beagle Club road.

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  • ****

    Not as well maintained as other trails in the area. Ideal for hard tail riders I recommend locking out full suspension to add technical interest It's nice short trails for a quick blast. Really well marked and the biggest attraction is the distance from the gta you can ride in freedom and peace

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  • inocnt1
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    15km, smooth fast single track. some good climbs. can really crank this fast, banked turns, well laid out, not a lot of rocks/roots to slow you down. had a blast riding it. nothing extremely challenging or technical. just FAST! little bit of sand at the beginning, but you get out of it pretty quick. extremely well marked.

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  • konacoiler
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    Nice singletrack with good climbs and downhills. Trail is smooth hardpack with a few sandy sections. It was a fun hour ride and was a good workout.

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