The Durham Forest is the site of numerous trails and mountain bike races throughout the year. The Red Oak Loop Trail is one such type of trail within the larger forest trail system in the area.
It has a number of signed loops following both single-track and double-track trails. Rolling hills with some very technical sections, the Forest has a challenge for most any rider.
Direction: Take the 401 to Pickering, Exit 399 (Brock Road) then head north on Brock Road to Coppin's Corners, then go 5 km east on Highway 21 to the trailhead.
Information provided by the Durham Forest cycling website.
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