Agreement Forest – MTB Trail 9475 Guelph Line, Burlington
Updated February 22, 2018
Agreement Forest – MTB Trail
Listing Types : MTB Trail
Location : Central Ontario
Note : EPIC Ride
Total Trail Km : 38
MTB Track % : 30
Double track % : 20
Hiking trail % : 50
Terrain : smooth soil, structures, logs jumps, crushed gravel, can be muddy, bridges, flat rock, large hills, steep hills
Faclities : parking, food close by
Trail Fee : Free

Length – 38+ km

30% MTB single track
50% hiking trail
20% double track access roads

Terrain – flat, a few small hills, slopes east down to creek

Surface –smooth dirt, can be muddy, some gravel, limestone rock/boulders, boardwalks

Skill – experienced rider, moderate if you walk the killer stuff

Trail Pass – free

Facilities – small parking lot,

Highlights – structures over boulders, technical challenges

Trail Maps – none on trails

Phone – none

Website – HAFTA (Halton Agreement Forest Trail Association)

Similar Trails – Porcupine, BuckwallowLaurentian, South March,

Local Clubs – HAFTADefiant on Facebook

Trailhead – the north trail is more fun (off the small parking lot) or take the dirt road for a easy way in or out….check out other suggestions 

Directions – parking is limited right off the street on the east side. Most riders park in the Mohawk Racetrack lot. Rumour is, vandals have hit on cars parked at the trailhead. Has not been a issue for me – 9475 Guelph Line, long gravel driveway no sign at street level

The Agreement Forest or (Mohawk) is a great ride for one who likes the challenge of a trail with rocky outcrops. Some areas have flat smooth trail, but soon enough you will come upon limestone rocks that could be fun, challenge you or be just scary big and a plenty.

This spot has some of the hardest riding in the area; only St. Helena’s up the way would have more challenging rock trails.

It is strongly suggested you wear pads for this spin. There is lots of trail that winds endlessly around and beyond. A quite fun place for the seasoned rock loving rider.

This ride is the west side of a much larger area on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. From here you could go eastward through Hilton Falls Conservation Area (which you need to pay a fee) on to the St. Helena’s trails.

This whole area contains the most rock riding found south of cottage country. (Which is cool, if you like that, since Southern Ontario has little to play on.)

You will also find a few cool structures, with ramps and jumps made of large rocks during the ride. Trails are mainly meandering smooth hiking trails with outcrops of rock to test your wits and skill.

There is also a fire road that cuts through this forest for a quick exit. With no signage one could get spun around, so I would pack a map or use GPS.

I the last few years a group of riders have taken up the task of managing and promoting this excellent ride area. Thier site is well done and very informative Halton Agreement Forest Trail Association

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