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Lindsey Tract

Intermediate/Difficult
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Trail

6.5 mile 10.5 kilometer loop
95% Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 163' 50 m
Descent: -156' -48 m
High: 682' 208 m
Low: 637' 194 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 8% (4°)

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Trail shared by Pete Kemppainen

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A ride with some short climbs and a mix of terrain, with exposed rock, roots and rugged sections.

Pete Kemppainen

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Family Friendly Nice beginner trails, with intermediate trails and challenging difficult terrain.

Overview

North of Wiarton, south of Tobermory, and not too far to Lion's Head, Lindsay Tract is far from populated areas. There's a good chance you'll be riding all on your own. The area is wooded with a few hills; and the trails are lined with fern and moss. Exposed outcroppings of rock add to the technical challenge.

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Watch for horses. It is a multi-use trail system.

Description

This property offers a challenging fun ride, with approximately 8 km of singletrack trail.

A great trail to start on is Slow Ride. Just located off the parking lot, it is relatively flat with some easy turns. Work your way down Thunder Road and take a left turn at Take It Easy before working up the main road to Stairway to Heaven.

Back onto Thunder Road, turn on Derek's Dilemma and follow that loop. Exit onto Thunder Road again. Proceed left down Thunder Road and turn on Between a Rock & a Hard Place.

Baby Bear and Papa Bear are just across Thunder Road from Between a Rock & a Hard Place, and wind back toward Ira Lake. Cross back over onto Between A Rock & A Hard Place, and return to Thunder Road. Turn onto Rattle Way and follow it back to Thunder Road. Turn on Devils & Dust and loop around that to Highway to Hell. The ride exits back at the parking lot.

Rock gardens are abundant along the trails, so exercise caution. The rocks can be quite slippery when wet.

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