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Lindsay Tract

GPS: N 45 3 2.5611 W 81 22 9.9339
Address: Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON N0H 1X0
Status: Trails are open for use; however, maintenance is reduced from Dec 1st – May 1st. This property is also shared with the Snowmobile trail, be sure to use caution when on or near snowmobile trails.
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Trail Information

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.

Whoever said that that you cannot tame Mother Nature must have been a trail builder at the Lindsay Tract. 8,500 acres of heart pounding wilderness, hard rock and good times.

Season to Ride:

This property has great drainage, but beware of slick rocks and roots after a rainy day. Optimum time of year is May through October.

Trail Surface Type:

Packed mineral soil with rocky sections

What to Ride:

This property offers a challenging fun ride, with approximately 15km of single-track trail. A great trail to start on is Slow Ride. It is relatively flat with some easy turns and is located off the parking area. If you like this type of trail work your way through Thunder Road to Take it Easy. For more of a challenge with more elevation change try our intermediate trails. If you still can’t get enough hit Highway to hell and Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Rock gardens are abundant along the trails, so exercise caution.

Lindsay Tract Map

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