Sentiers de l'Abbaye d'Oka

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Level: Intermediate
Length: 25 mi (40.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +199/202 ft
Total: 31 riders
 

Mountain Biking Sentiers de l'Abbaye d'Oka

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#3 of 83 mountain bike trails in Quebec
#484 in the world

Un suberbe réseau de singlestracks pour tous les types de "rider". Des montées assez techniques, des descentes qu'on veut refaire aussitôt, et de bonnes trails de XC , le tout sur le territoire de l'Abbaye d'Oka. 40 km de trails en été du coté nord et sud et 20 km de trails différentes pour le fatbike et raquette en hiver.
De nouvelles trails également pour 2016.
Un great network of singletracks for riders of all levels. Challenging ascents, amazing downhills that you'll want to start over and over and some good old XC riding, all on the land of the Abbaye d'Oka. 40 km of trails in summer on the north and south sides and 20km of different trails for fatbikes and snowshoes in winter.
New trails planned for 2016.

First added by Sentiers Abbaye Oka on May 8, 2020. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
De Montreal prendre la 15 ou 13 nord, 640 ouest jusqu'au bout. Direction Oka vers la droite, environ 3-4 KM. From Montreal, take highways 15 or 13 north, highway 640 west till the end. Go toward Oka which is to the right when you reach the end of the 640. Go about 3-4 km
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Q: I am coming to Montreal with my wife for holidays to visit her family and wanted to ride Oka. I am assuming that it's fat bike freandly? How are the conditions? Which trailhead should I start from?
A: No snow this year. sorry

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  • jstack11   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Incredible gem ! The Northern trails are fun, a skills park, pump track(?) with huge bumps, some easy trails, fun and twisty. Then cross Chemin D'oka, go past Abbey (you won't believe this until you ride MTB trails next to a giant monk's Abbey!) on the south. Here ared intermediate plus trails. Awesome flowy expert trails. Worth the trip from about anywhere. Great signage, great trails, great bike shop on site. Stay 2 miles away at Oka national park and ride all day

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  • michaelschafer01
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    Super smooth hard-packed clay on the north side, some climbing and rocks on the south side and fun flow track. You can rent bikes including Rocky Mountain e-bikes.

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