From mountain biking spring to fall, to fat biking in the winter months - there's lots of space to ride when it comes to Northumberland cycling off-road. (60 km) Set in 2226 hectares (5,500 acres) of managed forest the Northumberland County Forest offers lots of choice for mountain bike trails. Enter via the Beagle Club Rd. trailhead to access some real, rugged Ontario cycling. With lots of hills, you'll discover diverse topography set in the Oak Ridges Moraine and the Black Oak Savanna. Challenge yourself at all three main mountain bike areas: the Beagle Club Trails, the Woodland Trails - and the Blue Trail, which is a single-track trail only. In the winter, head to the Woodland Trails area to try fat biking, a popular Northumberland cycling sport. Go to NorthumberlandCounty.ca/ForestTrails for more information on the mountain bike trails here.
GPS Coordinates: 44.099189000, -78.106136000