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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking
There are many Mountain Biking opportunities in the Northumberland County Forest, but they all have two things in common: hills and poison ivy.
Be prepared for both.

Mountain Bike trails are maintained by the members of the Cobourg Cycling Club and in partnership with other clubs sharing the trails such as the Northumberland Forest Skiers.





Biking Opportunities

Click here to view the Biking Opportunities Map

There are three main Mountain Bike areas, the Beagle Club Trails, the Woodland Trail and the Blue Trail is a single-track trail only. As well, mountain bikes are permitted on all motorized trails, but please stay off the designated Horseback Riding trails in the Beagle Club area. 

Click here to view the Beagle Club Trails Map

Beagle Club Trails click here

  Download the Beagle Club Trails Brochure

Click here to download the Woodland Trails Map

Woodland Trails

The Woodland Trails parking and trailhead is located on the east side of County Road 45 across from Woodland Rd. The Woodland Purple Finch, Black Oak and Sweet Fern loops share some common trail and are 3, 7.5 and 9 kilometers long, respectively. Users can choose to go right or left and the first split and will find signage for the loops in either direction.

For the full Woodland Trails brochure, please click here



  Click here to download the Woodland Trails Brochure

Click here to view the Blue Single-Track Cycling Map



Blue Single-Track Trail
The Blue Single-track trail is a narrow, windy trail with some steep hills. The Cobourg Cycling Club are stewarding this trail. This trail is shared with hikers but its layout is more in-line with Mountain Biking. New riders will find this trail challenging. 





Rules for the Moumtain Bikers

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