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Winter is a wonderful time of year to be in Bruce County with a variety of trail activities awaiting you. Whether you are into cross country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, snowmobiling or just looking for a walk, we have a trail for you.
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Brant Tract

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The Brant was our first property developed for multiuse activities and remains one of our most popular and diverse properties.

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Carrick Tract

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The Carrick Tract has some of the best hand built MTB single tract in the county.

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Lindsay Tract

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The Lindsay Tract is the largest of the County Forests consisting of more than 8000 acres, with 20 kilometers of multiuse trails.

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Albermarle Tract

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Locally know as the Albermarle Tract, this property is well known for its abundance of rock and technical riding.

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Kincardine Trails

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The Kincardine Trails offers over 30km of Four-Season trail, accessible on foot, bike, strollers, ski, snowshoe etc.

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Bruce County Rail Trail

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The Bruce County Rail Trail extends from Port Elgin to Bruce Power and from Port Elgin through the towns of Paisley, Walkerton and Mildmay to the Huron-Bruce line. This 80km trail consists of ballast stone and A gravel. The County of Bruce has resurfaced sections of the trail over the past few years and expect to have the entire trail upgraded with A gravel by 2025. The following sections have been completed so far: Concession 6-Port Elgin to Bruce Power and from Paisley to Walkerton. 2021 re-surfacing improvements will include Walkerton to Mildmay.

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Spirit Rock Conservation Area Trails

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A hidden spiral staircase down a steep cliff, ruins of an 19th century mansion, a secluded beach. The perfect place to go hiking.

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Bruce Alvar Nature Reserve

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This 67-hectare nature reserve has two main vegetation communities that gently grade into each other – rock barrens dominated by a ground cover of moss and herbaceous plants such as lakeside daisy and wood grass, and semi-open coniferous forests dominated by jack pine.

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Stoney Island Conservation Area

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These wide trails are sheltered by hardwoods, cedars and hemlocks. In the winter, they are regularly groomed and are suitable for both skating and classical (traditional) skiing.

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Sawmill Ski Trail

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Beginner to advanced cross-country ski trails are available, with gentle loops for beginners and challenging hills for expert skiers.

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Colpoys Ski Trail

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The cross-country ski trails start just north of Colpoy’s Bay. They run through gently rolling, sheltered woods and open fields.

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Sauble Beach Cross Country Ski Club

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About 18 km of groomed ski trails and 14 km of snowshoe trails starting from the chalet and running through forest areas east of the Rankin River. Both systems offer loops of various lengths and difficulties.

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Walkerton Rail Trail

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Built on the old railway lines that ran in the late 1800s the Saugeen River Rail Trail is a year-round, multi-use trail that offers over 5 kilometres of beautiful scenic views alongside the Saugeen River.