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Trailforks Sections to Explore

Summer is coming, and that means more daylight and better weather to explore the trails outside your back yard. In the spirit of adventure, here’s a collection of trail areas worth road-tripping to.

Trailforks makes exploring new trail areas a breeze. You can store routes, view pictures, videos and trail reports, and follow your progress by GPS in case you get lost. If that sounds like something that would help you explore more trails, make sure to grab a Topeak Weatherproof Ridecase to hold your trusty smartphone so the app is easily at hand the whole time.

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Bragg Creek
Bragg Creek, Alberta
Trailforks.com

Bobcat trail in West Bragg Creek, shot by bige1 on Pinkbike.com

Bobcat trail in West Bragg Creek, shot by bige1 on Pinkbike.com

From 2011 to 2015 over 44 kilometres of intermediate, fast, and flowy all-season singletrack trails were built in the West Bragg Creek area by the Greater Bragg Creek Trails Association; a purely volunteer group of Bragg Creek residents that are working hard to design, build and maintain trails and pathways for the benefit of residents and visitors of Bragg Creek. The trails are all multi-use and may be ridden in either direction, providing the rider with a plethora of loop options. All trails are well marked with trail markers and maps at major intersections, making it virtually impossible to get lost.

Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country


Bragg Creek on Trailforks.com



Mohawk Trails
Milton, Ontario
Trailforks.com

Boundary Trail A by markholloway on Pinkbike.

Boundary Trail A by markholloway on Pinkbike.

A large network of trails consisting of multiple municipal tracts of public forest. Double and single track trails for all level of rider ability. The “Halton Complex” consists of the Britton, Currie, Mahon, Robertson and Turner forest tracts and backs onto Hilton Falls conservation area. This makes for a very large network of trails.

Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country


Halton Region Agreement Forest (Mohawk Trails) on Trailforks.com



Pidherny Recreation Site
Prince George, British Columbia
Trailforks.com

The Kitchen Sink in Pidherny  Rider: Graeme from pinkbike.com

The Kitchen Sink in Pidherny Rider: Graeme from pinkbike.com

Local All Mountain, XC and Freeride area, sanctioned by Sites and Trails BC. For those who love woodwork, trails like The Kitchen Sink feature some of the largest and most intricate ladder bridge sections in the country.

Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill

Shuttleable: YES


VBN Secteur Shannahan
Vallée Bras-du-Nord, Quebec
Trailforks.com

Dany riding the Neilson trail in Shannahan

Dany riding the Neilson trail in Shannahan

Vallée Bras-du-Nord is an outdoor mecca with the most beautiful and challenging single-track along the Neilson River. The area boasts multiple riding areas with buff, well maintained singletrack.

Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country


Vallée Bras-du-Nord on Trailforks.com



We hope you enjoy some exploration and adventure this season! Remember to check our blog for tips on safety, technology, bike setup, trailside adjustments, and head to your local Live to Play Sports dealer for parts and first-hand advice! If you have suggestions for trail areas or road rides that we should feature in future articles, contact us on Facebook or Instagram and let us know!

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