Length – 22 km
70% MTB single track
20% hiking trail
10% double track access roads
Elevation – rather hilly on the single track, flows well, not as much climbing for wider forest paths – riding counter clockwise is easier
Terrain – smooth soil, sandy spots, some gravel, a few roots, can be muddy, rock piles, log hops, structures
Skill – Intermediate MTB or Park riders
Maps – at trailhead , post markers (too many types)
Facilities – 3 parking lots but use the Duffy Lane entrance
Highlights – longest continuous single track loop in the area, quite, ponds
Trail Fee – Free
Phone – 416 661 6600
Website – TRCA
Local Clubs – Caledon Cycle Club
Access – Drive north 11km past Bolton on Highway 50 just beyond Albion Hills turn west on Patterson Side Rd. then north up to 17580 Duffy’s Lane 2km, look for the parking lot down the road on the right just past the curve in the road.
The start and end of the trail is a bit odd. From the parking lot (#24 on the map) you can ride straight to #26 which is already into the ride. A better start point is to ride the road (did I say that?) to #5 sign post/map board. There you can start a more logical loop.