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Welcome to Mountain Bike the Bruce!

Bruce County is well-known for its ecological diversity and our mountain biking trails are no different. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy other activities while you are on our trails. Hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are all welcomed activities at our parks.

We have four distinctively unique trail properties with a combined 50 kilometers of trail to explore, from the rocky Bruce Peninsula to the deciduous valleys of southern Bruce County, you can find an array of open and flowing to tight and technical trail designs that include alternate lines for the more skilled mountain bikers. Better yet, our trails are free to use.

Mountain Bike Trails

GPS: N 44 49 11.6643 W 81 8 34.0363
Address: 661 Bruce Road 9, Wiarton, ON N0H 2T0
Locally known as the Albermarle Tract, this property is well known for its abundance of rock and technical riding.
With approximately 20km of trail, we have something suitable for everyone. Come try out our pump track! This track is a continuous loop of packed dirt that can be ridden on a bike without pedalling. The track contains a series of rollers and berms that allow the rider to gain momentum and reach some serious speed.
GPS: N 44 14 16.1362 W 81 13 16.384
Address: 1300 Concession Rd 12, Brockton, ON N0G 2N0
Established in 2001 – 2003, this property contains some spectacular single track trail.
What makes these trails so unique is that they were built using hand tools. That’s right – no machines were used. You can find single track trail ranging from easy to difficult and all trail intersections are marked so you can’t get lost. The network contains approximately 20 km of trail.
GPS: N 43 58 26.5897 W 81 4 48.3263
Address: 732 Huron Bruce Rd, Clifford, ON N0G 1M0
The trails at the Carrick are constructed on an aggregate base which means you can ride until the snow comes and after it leaves.
The trails are virtually dry all year round making it a great destination after a few days of rain. Established in 2005, the property has roughly 8km of trail consisting mostly of single track. The rolling terrain offers some great climbs and spectacular views.
GPS: N 45 3 2.5611 W 81 22 9.9339
Address: Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON N0H 1X0
This property has some of the sweetest single track available in Southern Ontario with more to come.
The Lindsay Tract is the largest of the County Forests consisting of more than 8000 acres. This diverse property has amazing trail potential but also contains sensitive habitat for the Black Bear and Eastern Massasauga Rattle Snake. The property is the most technical of trail properties in Bruce County but still offers something for everyone to ride.

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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
Volunteer Handbook