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Located just north of Wiarton on Bruce Road 9, the Mountain Bike Adventure Park provides riders with over 15km of both double and single track trails. This property has seen many upgrades over the years, which includes 3.5 km gravel chariot loop. Local riders consider the MTB Park one of the most challenging trail properties within the County of Bruce. Rocky outcrops, armored tread sections, wicked rock outcrops and newly created family friendly loops put this property high on the “to-do-list” of MTB riders. A bonus feature is the Pump Track located at the trailhead. Created from packed earth, this continuous loop allows riders to pump through berms and rollers without peddling. Check it out!
The Rumors are true. We have totally revamped the “Bruce Peninsula Mountain Bike Adventure Park”. It now comes complete with easier trails and the regions first and only “pump track”. Come on - get on your bike.
Season to Ride
June, July, August and parts of September. Avoid after heavy rain.
Trail Surface Type
Rock gardens and packed mineral soil.
What to Ride?
Families and beginner riders will enjoy the hard-packed aggregate trails such as Rocky Way and Albemarle Pass. If you are looking for more of a challenge hit up the Pine Loop and Rocky Flats. For the more advanced riders be sure to try Big Bear. It is fast, challenging ride with lots of rock outcrops to navigate. If you are up for a more serious workout, try Maple Ridge.
Looking for other places to Mountain Bike? Check out the Brant Tract, Carrick Tract, or Lindsay Tract!
For current trail conditions please visit the MTB Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/MTBTheBruce/
Every cyclist rides at a different level. Some trails may be easier for some riders whole others are more difficult. Our trail rating system will give you an idea on what to expect in all our parks. New riders should develop confidence on easier trails before moving on to more difficult ones. If the trail you're riding on seems to difficult, get off and walk. Always ride within your own level of ability, with a helmet on and at your own risk.