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Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail

This trail is graded "moderate" and is open from late June to the Canadian Thanksgiving Monday, as conditions permit. It includes sandy flats, rolling hills, muddy sections and everything between. Its four overlapping loops are 4.7km, 10.1km, 17.1km and 23.4.km in length.

In winter, the trail is used for cross country skiing. Canisbay Campground (drive-in) provides a conveniently located base-camp, as no overnight camping is allowed along the trail.


Old Railway Cross Bike Trail

As of the fall of 2011, this trail has been increased from 10 to 16 km in length, continuing westward following the old roadbed of the historic Ottawa, Arnprior, and Parry Sound Railway (built in 1895).

Located at the trail's original west end, are the Mew Lake, the Lake of Two Rivers drive-in campgrounds and the old airfield's open area. The Rock Lake and Coon Lake drive-in campgrounds are located near the trail's southeast end. The reknowned Booth's Rock Trail is at the very end of the bike trail

The Kearney and Pog Lake drive-in campgrounds can also access the trail, by crossing the dam on the Madawaska River.

The new 6 km extension includes an upgraded section of the Track and Tower Trail and ends at Cache Lake to the west.

The level grade of the Old Railway Bike Trail makes for a great way to spend a few hours, for young and old. Being graded as an "easy" bike trail, it provides the opportunity for a day's combined biking and hiking, with a packed lunch taken for a mid-day break.


Byers Lake Mountain Bike Trail

This mountain bike trail is 6.5 km long (13 km round trip) and is of moderate difficulty.

It shares a parking lot for 20 vehicles (and vault toilets) with the High Falls Hiking Trail.

This access point is about 10 km from Kingscote Lake.

There's a 1 km side trail, providing access to Gut Rapids (a narrow scenic canyon on the York River).

 
Good for hiking and biking

Mew Lake to 'Old Railway'

New 'Old Railway' Trail


Updated: March 10, 2013