The Durham Regional Forest Main Tract is comprised of plantation forests established over 70 years ago, as well as mixed hardwood areas.
This forest encompasses a 405 hectare area that is located at the top of the Oak Ridges Moraine, and is renowned for its excellent cross-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding.
As part of ongoing forest management practices in Durham Regional Forest, the Conservation Authority is conducting selective thinning in order to promote the forest's overall health and the growth of saplings.
Hikers, mountain bikers and others are encouraged to explore alternate locations during this time. Those wishing to visit the site over the next two months are asked to observe and pay attention to the warning signs posted in the work area.
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