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Level: Beginner
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +469/348 ft
Total: 41 riders

Mountain Biking Terwillegar Park

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#15 of 218 mountain bike trails in Alberta
#1601 in the world

Network of Trails around a big off-leash area in middle of Park. Single Track trails around the center area with moderate hills throughout. Good place to take the Wife & Kids

First added by Unbalanced72 on May 9, 2020. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
Take Whitemud FreeWay to Terwillegar Road South. Turn Right on Rabbit Hill Road and follow Rabbit hill road down the hill until you reach a parking lot.
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  • *****

    Lots of rain trails will be very muddy, use caution.

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  • *****

    With all the rain a lot of the single track is not rideable, not recommended for beginners.

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  • stjdylan

    good basic trails for all levels or riders. Good muddy spot through all the trails if that is your thing. You can find some good chutes by the entrance of the park

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  • smytty

    Lots of single and double track, with varying levels of difficulty. Not much in the way of technical terrain, although if you follow the river south toward the Henday bridge, there are a few rooty sections with lots of ups and downs. You can put together 20km of riding easily, and work in as many climbs as you want. Definitely for cross-country riders.

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