Many riders will explore areas that get a lot of foot traffic. Great rides are possible at any of the public land listed below but you will have to watch the weather and snow conditions!
Paid Trail Passes for well groomed trails and possible access to the dufferin forest.
Visit website https://mansfieldoutdoorcentre.ca/
When the snow is gone (late May) Highland's is open to CORC members only 9am until dusk 7 days a week.
Be prepared to show proof of membership (trail stickers on bikes) and your parking
PLEASE NO DOGS ON TRAILS
Offers a club house where sticker pickup and great food and beverage can be found. Offers parking for CORC Members at two access points to the 'Highlands Cluster' of trails.
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The classic Collingwood riding destination. There are no signs for the trails and the technical and physical nature of these trails make them great for experienced riders but should be approached carefully by novice riders and likely avoided by beginners.
All 3 stage trails on trail forks = https://www.trailforks.com/region/three-stage/
Kolopore is a hidden gem. There are several access points but most mountain bikers prefer to start at the south end of the forest. There are two parking lots off of GR. 2. Several routes and loops can be enjoyed by novice riders.
This area offers a flat figure 8 loop that is accessible to many abilities when dry. Be respectful of hikers and other trail users in this area.