Trails are only open spring, summer, fall. Not for use in winter.
Purpose built, mountain bike specific, sustainable singletrack; stacked loop system of up to 32km. Tight, technical, rocky and rooty. The best riding in Eastern Ontario.
Mountain bike trails are user responsibility, and a self assessment must be performed before riding any mountain bike trail. Do not use if you are not skilled. E-mail trail contact for assessment before riding or entering trail.
READ THIS… This is an advanced recreational trail system. Even “easy” trails contain obstacles. Users should be warned that trail conditions are subject to rapid changes due to weather, bike and hiking traffic and other factors. These trails require physical fitness and technical skill. Ride/hike with caution and have fun! ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET
The Forest Lea mountain bike trails are developed and maintained by volunteer riders in the Ottawa Valley. RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK!! trails are located at the end of Forest Lea Rd., West of Pembroke, exit S. off Hwy. 17, travel 5 km to end of pavement.
A trail map is posted to the right of the xc ski club cabin, where the mtb trails start. Trail news updated on this site regularly. Please contribute to these trails by purchasing a trail membership.
For more information on trails or to view a trail video by activity please go to the OTC Youtube Channel
Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.
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