Albion Hills is a gem for mountain bikers in Souther Ontario. Only about 40 minutes from Toronto, this park has hours of fun, fast riding available for every skill level.
There is an entrance fee of $6.25 and yearly memberships are available as well. With how well these trails are taken care of you'd expect to be paying much more.
With over 40 kilometers of trails, you can spend a full day exploring the various trails. If you need a break from the riding, there is a beach, and picnic areas. So refresh, refuel and head back out!
Home of the 24 Hours of Summer Solstice
Race, which is the largest 24 hour mountain bike festival in North America, be sure to get a few rides in and then join in the fun!
Albion Hills combines doubletrack trails with great, fast, flowy singletrack trails that can have you spending hours exploring. Make sure to get a map when entering the park to help navigate around the winding trails. Each singletrack trail is marked and you'll find many numbered posts along the doubletrack trails, so anytime you're not sure where you are you can stop and get re-situated. And if that isn't enough, there are trail maps set up at various areas.
Depending on how "big" a day you're planning there are several ways to attack this system. Most people will park near the Chalet and start from here.