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Old 05-01-2012, 10:08 AM   #1
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Trails in s. Ontario canada?

First off, please no canada chirps, lets leave those outa here.

Alright so i've seen a few southern ontarians on this forum and im wondering, where the hell do you off-road!!!, the only trails i have come across are 3 up north and the highest class is a 2 of 5!! I just wanna get muddy and do the odd technical area!!!
any input is great!

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Old 05-01-2012, 10:48 AM   #2
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Closet to us is Bobcaygeon - & there are a real mix of water, rocks, mud and old logging roads from easy to omFg! www.of4wd.com is a great resourse & you should join up and get even more benifit... like GPS trails and condition reports. And then there there is Perry Sound/Huntsville, but that's 3+ hours away.
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yeah i just looked it up, it looks really fun!
but yeah i live in caledon...thats 3 hours away ! no good for a sunday trail ride.
thansk alot though, ill know next time im in that area!
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Old 10-06-2013, 10:01 AM   #5
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yeah i just looked it up, it looks really fun! but yeah i live in caledon...thats 3 hours away ! no good for a sunday trail ride. thansk alot though, ill know next time im in that area!
Have you found any trails nearby. I live in burlington. New jeep owner. I was exploring dirt roads n of hockley valley yesterday but I didn't see any trails!

Any ideas where there may be more local trails?
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Old 10-10-2013, 03:49 PM   #6
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Have you found any trails nearby. I live in burlington. New jeep owner. I was exploring dirt roads n of hockley valley yesterday but I didn't see any trails! Any ideas where there may be more local trails?
There's a small trail in Milton, pretty tame, mostly rock and some mud pretty flat with a few minor ups and downs. It would definitely be considered a beginner trail and it's not very long either, PM me if you want more details.
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There's a small trail in Milton, pretty tame, mostly rock and some mud pretty flat with a few minor ups and downs. It would definitely be considered a beginner trail and it's not very long either, PM me if you want more details.
Trail in Milton, huh??? I'm in Cambridge... Could you tell me where this location is??? Beginner trail sounds good to me, gotta get started on something...
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:20 AM   #8
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First off, please no canada chirps, lets leave those outa here.

Alright so i've seen a few southern ontarians on this forum and im wondering, where the hell do you off-road!!!, the only trails i have come across are 3 up north and the highest class is a 2 of 5!! I just wanna get muddy and do the odd technical area!!!
any input is great!

Some Mud in Hamilton. Nothing remotely close to "technical" without the 3 hour drive up north. Good luck!
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:49 AM   #9
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Some mud in Hamilton? Whereabouts? I'm in Hamilton and can't find anything. I found a video on youtube of some guys on "Mud Rd". I'm assuming that's Mud St, but Mud St is pretty long.

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