When the snow is gone, the fun doesn’t stop at the Hill.
Hit the newly groomed and developed trails found throughout the forests that surround Batawa Ski Hill.
Hold on tight and pedal your way through the series of mountain bike trails, ranging in difficulty from beginner to advanced. Single tracks, double tracks and our switchback will offer riders of all skill levels an exciting and fun spot to ride and enjoy nature on.
For those looking for a new challenge in trail running or simply a new path to wonder, many of our trails are multi-use and ready for feet as well as tires. Plus, for fitness buffs, we will be finishing our Fitness Trail this summer to provide a great run with natural wood obstacles and equipment that will add an extra element to your workout routine.
Reminders for Having Fun at Batawa Trails
No Motorized Vehicles – The Batawa Trails have been created for the use of only foot traffic and bicycles. To maintain the condition of the trails for users, we would ask that all ATV’s, Dirt Bikes or other motorized vehicles stay off the Batawa Trails network.
Respect The Trails – Please do not move rocks, remove logs, knock down trees, add shortcuts or modify the trails. Every trail has been groomed and developed for riding as –is, so please do not alter the trails without permission. If you are concerned about something on the trails that could potentially be dangerous, please contact the Property Manager at 613.398.6111
Be Safe – Take the time to know your equipment, your ability and the area that you are riding so that you are prepared to safely enjoy Batawa Trails. Keep your equipment in good repair, yield to oncoming traffic, know the weather and other conditions and wear your helmet.
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