Biking Maps

There are many maps out there detailing Algonquin Park and the surrounding area, including several that are designed to assist bikers in their trail-riding adventures.
Bike Trails

Algonquin, Haliburton & Muskoka Bike Trails

The Algonquin, Haliburton and Muskoka regions offer a wide variety of mountain bike trails suitable for different skill levels.  From Algonquin Park’s Old Railway Bike Trail suitable for families, to the professional Buckwallow Trails in Gravenhurst and downhill runs at…

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buckwallow

Buckwallow Trail Map

Gravenhurst’s best kept mountain biking secret.  Discover Buckwallow today, with about 25 km of trails for every skill level. Not much change in elevation, but a variety of trails and difficulties from easy to extreme. Some good exposed rock faces.…

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Byers Lake

Byers Lake Trail Map

The Byers Lake Trail is a short mountain bike trail of 6.5 km (13 km round trip) and moderate degree of difficulty can also be accessed east of the Kingscote Access Point. Once on the mountain bike trail, there is an interesting…

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Minnesing Bike Trail

Minnesing Trail Map

The Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail is a steep, rugged mountain bike trail consisting of hilly, sometimes muddy, terrain filled with rock, roots and obstacles unsuitable for small children and unfit adults. Length 4.7 to 23.4 km Location The Minnesing Trail…

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Old Railway Trail

Old Railway Trail Map

The Old Railway Bike Trail is a leisurely family bicycle trail. For most of its 32 kilometre distance the trail follows the abandoned bed of the historic Ottawa, Arnprior, and Parry Sound Railway, opened in 1896 and decommissioned in 1959.…

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Procupine Ridge

Porcupine Ridge Map

A veritable Christmas gift for mountain bikers. All trails were built by employees of the local bike shop, and are all built in the North Shore style of trail building. Lots of twisty singletrack loops that all join back to…

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Sir Sam's

Sir Sam’s Trail Map

We offer both cross country (10km) and downhill (7km) trails for all level of riders. You can enjoy riding the trails up and down or use the lift to transport you and your bike to the top. There is something…

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