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Level: Intermediate
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +356/351 ft
Total: 34 riders

Mountain Biking Wildwood Conservation Area

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#77 of 312 mountain bike trails in Ontario
#3,762 in the world

23 km loop around Wildwood Lake
Part of Upper Thames River Conservation Authority
Mostly singletrack, some double track, some gravel road and boardwalks.
Well- marked.
Mostly intermediate.
Nothing too steep or long but a fair amount of up and down.

First added by mac49 on Jul 3, 2014. 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
South of St Mary's, on highway 7.
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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    Great packed snow conditions with ice in some sections . Snowmobile groomed dragging a sled

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    -6c temp , a few inches of snow with more on boardwalks
    Ground is just about frozen but minimal ice and snow

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    With drastic variations in temps from low to high and now back cold again , the trail is an ice field. The areas around the lake all drain into the lake so what is muddy in the summer is currently ice is most areas. Studs on tires recommended or you will go down numerous times like I did.

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  • Ks2hot4u

    Mud, very little features. Felt like a walking trail. More mud then I have ever seen and no rain the last few days with only mild before ace is a swamp for the majority of the 20k

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    With recent rain and small amounts of snow the trail was very slick and lots of mud on about 40% of the 24.5k loop . Wood walkways were icy and very slippery. Trail in pine sections was dry. With the lake levels lower , shore lines were good Fat bike Over all still a good ride

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  • Paul Loeffelholz

    3" fresh snow with drifting.. faint fat tire traces in some areas, cross country ski tracks were slippery.

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  • twodragunns

    Rode Wildwood today on fat bikes and came away somewhat disappointed. Poor trail markings and endless wet spots made this trail ride less enjoyable than others close by like Fanshawe Lake. Seems Wildwood requires more time to dry out than some others. Will check this trail system out again this winter for some snow riding.

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  • Cruzn14

    good singletrack... will test your lungs early and often... has some decent climbs and good technical sections... can be a bit wet early/late in the year, but who doesn't love that...

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  • Chilismama

    Great ride today! Trail had everything (I) enjoy... good climbs, technical bits and some fun things to try. Will be back to try reverse direction.

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  • Chefcsmith

    Good track but poor signage at highway 9 I ended up on a snowmobile trail and in a cornfield then back on the original trail. Stepped in a water hole and had to walk my bike out. Will have to come back on an even day and try the other way around

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  • ****

    Good all a rounder. Lots of ups and downs and the black diamond sections are fun. The trail was very well taken care of with an easy to follow route. It will take you between 1.5 and 2.5 hrs depending on your climbing and fitness levels.

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