Just to clear up a bit. It will be on the road from the airport north of Highway 89. You pass by the Mansfield Ski Club on the left. Also, I believe, on or shortly after the hill (airport road) passing by the ski club, you will see a county forest with parking and a road that runs parallel to the turns south of the airport road. Instead, go to the parking lot and follow the path to all the fun of the unique track!!! I did the first one on the left and found it amazing. The Ganaraska Forest in Pickering is very similar to Mansfield: a mixture of pine forests and hardwood. HAFTA is a non-profit association that preserves, protects and encourages access to ATVs and the diversity of riding opportunities in Halton Region. To the north, on Airport Road, about 10 km behind #89. The key is to pass mansfield SkiHill (on the left) and go to the top of the visible embankment and turn right into the free public car parks and entrance. Since Crown Forest is land and the trails were built primarily by Halton Off-Road Riders (HORRA) for two motorcycle enduros, I can`t imagine paying the Mansfield Outdoor Centre for access to a forest they don`t own and trails they didn`t do: this is another Harris Gov`t tax grave. Lots of roots and stockings, tree trunks and cool stuff to get rid of. some cute jumps in the parking lot.
This forest is huge and can easily get lost. The Mansfield Outdoor Centre offers group guided tours to almost any sun. a rider in the summer for 12 dollars. A rugged forest network of 24 km of unique track, maintained by volunteers, is something worth keeping alive. All in all, some great and long-lasting single track trails that you can hammer for hours. Combine this with the more technical Mansfield Outdoor Center Trails, and you have a beautiful mountain bike territory. Bring a compass, water, snacks and sandy tires. If you get lost, you`ll find one of the many two-lane roads and head west (remember the compass!?) I have been driving Mansfield on dirt bikes or bikes for twenty years. It is one of the best medium-haul in Ontario. There is not much in Mansfield, which is of great technical difficulty: miles of winding kilometers, up and down, sandy clay paths with the strange tree root and a small tree trunk to jump.
Yes, you are. speeding up the pace and trails are rather a challenge. And once you`ve gained some altitude, the long hills keep a wide smile on your face at speed. It`s a great place for the new mtn biker, an advanced or elderly person like me, who just want to have fun, and you can drive for hours before the old Pumper gives up. Keep Kolapore and other Ontario artifacts with rugged rocks and heavy dropoffs. I need my arms and legs to be bikine for another 30 years. .