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The county is seeking volunteers to assist with a variety of trail maintenance functions on our trail properties. If you are interested, please review the following documents and fill out an application form.
Trails Volunteer Application
What's new for 2016?Improvements for 2016 include upgrades at the MTB Park and new trails for the Lindsay Tract and Brant Tract.
The trail crew spent most of the 2015 season re-vamping the Brant Tract near Paisley. The existing trail network has undergone some upgrades that include tread repair, trail re-routes and new bridges. The crew has also created two new trails for your enjoyment so be sure to give them a try. Be sure to check out the new map for the Brant Tract.
The 2016 season will see additional improvements at the Brant Tract and several upgrades at the MTB Park and Lindsay Tract. Stay tuned for more updates.
Updated January 11, 2016
Mountain Bike Trails
Locally know as the Albermarle Tract, this property is well known for its abundance of rock and technical riding.
Established in 2001-2003, this property contains some spectacular single track trail.
The trails at the Carrick are constructed on an aggregate base which means you can ride until the snow comes and after it leaves.
This property has some of the sweetest single track available in Southern Ontario with more to come.
If you enjoy riding the Carrick Tract come out and hit the Kinloss Tract for a quick ride.
Bruce County has something for everyone, provided everyone likes to ride fast and get dirty. 12,500 acres of pure cycling wilderness laced with heart breaking scenery, rivers, roots and rock. This is arguably the sweetest single track in Ontario. So bring your date, your mother your friend or brother (and don’t forget your bike).
In 2001, the Trails Crew was formed where they started building the first trail at the Brant Tract. To date, we now have 5 multi-dimensional trails in Bruce County. The MTB trails are mostly single track—which is a narrow trail that generally follows the natural contours of the land. These trails tend to blend into the surrounding environment giving you a much closer encounter with nature. All of our properties are free to access—just bring your mountain bike, helmet, and other safety gear!
This website is updated daily to keep visitors informed of changing trail conditions, photos and news on our Twitter site! Please use this site to find more information on our five Bruce County trails, other local trails, places to eat, places to stay, and other places to visit in the County.