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Brant Tract Trails


The Brant Tract is a multi-use, year round trail system that opened officially in 2002. This 781-acre property consists of approximately 25 km of trail. These trails range from single-track, double-track to roadways suitable for all levels. The two road systems located on the property are the West Road and the East Road. The 15 km of single-track wilderness trail can be accessed from either of the main road systems in the park. These single-track trails have been professionally constructed for mountain biking using the International Mountain Bicycling Association’s trail construction standards. In addition, picnic areas, benches, boardwalks and bridges can be found throughout the park.



Note to equestrian users: Users are permitted to ride on the following trails: East & West Roads and all double track trails. More information on equestrian trails can be found on the trailhead located in the parking area. There are approximately 10 km designated for equestrian use. The trailhead parking lot is located 6 km south of Paisley on Brant Concession 12, just 1 km east of Bruce County Road 3. This is a wheelchair accessible trail: The Rolling Ferns Trail is located off of parking area on west side and is wheelchair accessible.


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