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Simcoe County - Anten Mills


Trails in Anten Mills range from tight single track to trails wide enough for snowmobiles/atvs. Single track trails are not specifically marked with the exception of very few, but are easy to spot off to the side of the wider trunks. Single track trails will not be wide enough for ATV’s in most instances as the trail wiggles between trees/stumps. Most trails are sandy forest floor, without many water holes. Expect to cross roads (not necessarily traverse roads) to reach trails.

Traverse “nursery road to the south/east” to access further trails in Midhust area (tighter still single track + wider trunk roads) . Most trunk trails are logging roads and/or snowmobile trails.

Ontario also has many bike clubs and associations, such as the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders, that organize rides and events and maintain trails. They can give you the best, most current information on trail availability and conditions. It's important to recognize that not all trails are available to bikes and to obey posted signs.

The Anten Mills Trails, is one of a series of un-managed trails in and around Simcoe County. For more information on Simcoe County Forest Trails see: http://www.simcoe.ca/dpt/cf/recreation/


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