Like we said Orangeville is surrounded by great riding, go check it out these suggestions, you will be glad you did.
A series of longer climbs and flowy descents surrounding a central valley. There are only a few individual trails, but each one is plenty long and when combined all together a respectable mountain bike ride is easy to string together. This is a provincial park, so please watch out and be respectful of hikers.
Fun, flowy singletrack trails close to Orangeville.
Easily one of the most ridden mountain bike trail networks in the province, hosting many great cycling events and definitely worth a visit. Trails are well marked and are well flowing single track twisting around a vast network of beginner friendly double track. Oh ya, there are some good climbs too…
Alton Pump Track
Opened in 2019 this series of paved tracks are a great addition to the playground and ball diamond behind Alton Public School. We are lucky to have this family friendly bike park right next door, go check it out.
Jeff’s go to riding spot, Palgrave’s fun twisty trails will make you smile. It features shorter steeper climbs and tighter trials, but most importantly it has sandy soil, so riding after the rain is no problem.
Dufferin County Forrest
Big, fun, twisty, single track with some killer long climbs.
Another must-ride area for any serious Ontario mountain biker; these trails will test your lungs and technical skills while rewarding you with some amazing riding. The technical rocky lines in this network will give you a welcome change from the super fast and fairly smooth trails typical of southern Ontario.
Joyride is a massive warehouse converted into an indoor bike park. Its divided into multiple sections including: pump tracks, jumplines, a BMX street park all surrounded by a x-country loop. The perfect place to take the whole family and work on all your technical riding skills.