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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +32/31 ft
Total: 6 riders

Mountain Biking Pinery Provincial Park

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#105 of 312 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#5,171 in the world

The cycling trail is very flat with some rolling hills and a gravel or paved surface. Very accessible and family-friendly. The unmarked singletrack that runs through the back of the campground is technical but sometimes a little overgrown. Watch for poison ivy on these trails

First added by MTBeer on Aug 27, 2017. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
The bike trail runs throughout Pinery Provincial Park. There is some unofficial singletrack at the back of the Riverside campground and in others if you can find it (unmarked trails)
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Ivan Arredondo (on Jul 31, 2019)
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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    No snow or ice currently Dec 26 2021 due to warm temps
    Addition of Old Ausable river channel trail which can join the Grand bend beach to the Pinery

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Explored north side of Ausable river , through a subdivision with only sand side walks and no roads , water access only. Over all area dry and sandy

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Extended ride down the frozen Beach to
    Pinery Provincial Park . Lots of snow still with pathways we’ll packed by hikers but main roads still too loose and soft snow . Active Cross country ski trails through out

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Great trail conditions being slightly wet with minimal snow covering on fallen leaves. Fat tires once again get you down the beach and across the sandy dunes

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    More exploration of south end revealing more trails and lots of hard packed sand due to recent rain to ride on . Large areas of forest with no trails that can be also be traversed and ridden ,numerous fallen trees though

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Great conditions with slippery ice having a top layer of slush for traction and snow hard packed in most areas ,even with warmer temps 2c range .

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Sand still frozen and hard packed , patches of snow in some areas .
    Excellent conditions on fatbike

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Pinery Provincial Park is a provincial park located on Lake Huron near Grand Bend, Ontario. It occupies an area of 25.32 square kilometres (6,330 acres).
    Small rolling hills throughout with single and double track with gravel and paved service roads . Numerous Trails are currently leaf covered and smooth with some areas quite sandy . Many pathways cut through the sand down to the beach . Area is HUGE ! worked on 40% of the area and racked up 30 k.

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