Somerville Tract - Loop 1,2 &3
Somerville Tract comprised 3,420 hectares of mixed forest property . There are three trail loops covering a variety of terrain including pine plantations, wetlands, hardwoods and rock outcrops. Somerville Tract offers many kilometres of double track. The rolling cottage roads and the forest tracks are ideal for mountain bikes.
Directions: From the south, take Hwy. 35/115 north from Hwy. 401 to Lindsay and continue north past Fenelon Falls and Coboconk to Norland. At Norland, turn east on City Rd. 45 and continue for approximately 10 km. The property is on the south side of the road just past Woodcock Line and a cleared farm area.
Information provided by the Ontario Nature and the Trails for Health websites.
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