The Northumberland County Forest is a multi-use forest with trail uses including Hiking, Snowshoeing, Cross-country skiing, Mountain Biking, Fatbiking, Horseback Riding, Off-road motorcycling and ATVing.
The Northumberland County Forest is a 2,225 hectare (5,500 acre), multi-use forest and is managed for ecological conservation, recreation and timber harvesting.
In 2014, Northumberland County completed the construction of a Universal Trail that minimizes barriers to accessibility.
To learn more about this trail and other information related to the Northumberland County Forest please visit www.northumberlandcounty.ca/foresttrails
Northumberland’s trails include loops contained within the forest as well as linkages for the Oak Ridge’s Trail, OFSC trails and the Northumberland and District ATV riders’ trails. Over rolling hills and through many different forest types, there is a trail for everyone.
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