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LOCAL TRAILS PAVED/OFF ROAD

Don Valley Off Road Trail – 10km, Beginner-Expert. The trails are in the section of the Don Valley Ravine that stretches from the DonValley Brickworks in the south to Thornhill Park in the north. There are some good sections ofsingle track and the sides of the ravine offer some interesting climbs and descents. Some north shore style elements have been built in some areas, some are pretty good and some suck. Don’t ride these trails when it’s wet. You can access the area from several points including the Mount Pleasant Cemetery and Bayview and Pottery Road. Toronto, Toronto Region, Ontario. DVP off road trails

 

Humber Valley Bike Trail – Esther Lorrie Park and Kipling Heights and Summerlea Park, located at the north end of Rexdale, offer spectacular views of the West Humber River Valley. These parks provide access to the West Humber Parkland that is highlighted by a paved trail used extensively by walkers, joggers and bicyclists. Great trail to enjoy a great ride, with proximately 30 km and is connected to trails that allow you to ride all the way to the Lake Shores. Humber Valley Bike Trail




Albion Hills TrailsThis Conservation Area is a favorite on the west side of Toronto. It’s a well cut collection of mountain bike trails through a hilly, forested area of x-country ski trails and single track trail. The terrain has a little of everything. You can keep to the wide Nordic trails as a beginner, or work up a sweat doing the race course. Most of this course flows well, has bridges, steep climbs, open areas, scenic views onto the pond. Albion Hills Bike Trails


Toronto Water Front Bike Trail Asphalt mostly off-road trail, but with many street crossings in central area. In Sunnyside Park area, asphalt path for cyclists and in-line skaters and boardwalk for pedestrians. Between Woodbine Beach and Balmy Beach, asphalt path for cyclists and in-line skaters and boardwalk for pedestrians. The downtown section of Waterfront Trail along Queen’s Quay is currently under construction. An alternate route has been marked with detour signs, but the area remains very busy. You can follow Waterfront Toronto’s progress on their website here: Toronto Water Front Bike Trail