Off-Road Bike Trails
Take a ride in the L&A Forest!
In L&A we take cycling seriously. Ride “The Pines” section of the Lennox & Addington County Forest find out for yourself. You’ll experience 10 kilometres of logging roads and single-track trails designed with bermed curves and elevations that incorporate the natural terrain of the forest.
What to know before you go
Bicycle riders and hikers (& snowshoers and skiers) please stay off the Orange Marker section of the trail. It is a small section of the trail that is designated for motorized traffic only. There is a new section of trail that runs parallel.
ATVers and snowmobilers, please keep to the Orange Marker section of the County Forest. It is accessed from 5th Concession Road to the east, and from the north-most section. Motorized riders are asked to stay along the hydro lines east of the forest to connect to other trail systems.
Please be aware...
In May 2022 there was a severe storm that damaged a significant section of the forest. Clean up took place over the summer and the planting of seedlings will take place in Spring 2023.
Work will be underway over the Spring & Summer of 2023 to get the trails back in tip-top shape for our riders and hikers. While we’re open now, please use caution when using the trails. Thank you for your understanding.
Download a Printable Map
We’ve compiled 8 trails to explore. Hop on your bike and see how many you can conquer!
Note: The Trails are currently being refurbished after a devastating storm in 2022. The trails are open, but may not be exactly as shown in the map. Please ride with caution.
- This managed forest is maintained by Lennox and Addington County.
- Hikers love the trails almost as much as mountain bike riders.
- There are some wild ecosystems in the forest, so please stay on marked trails during your visit.
- Grab your GPS and search for a few geocaches that are hidden with the forest.
100 John Street, Flinton
The Pines Loop will get you where you need to go. This trail incorporates old logging roads and provides access to all the trails in the forest. Mountain bikers will enjoy the high berms at each of the main corners.
As the name suggests, the Dipsy Doodle Trails take you up, down and around the western-most section of the forest. Explore Little Rock & Big Rock and make a jump or two. There are many sections of this trail, some wide and some not-so-wide. There is quite a drop off along Ridgeline so be careful!
The Church Pass provides a straight on view to the Flinton Church (or takes you directly away from it, if you prefer). It’s a nice straight trail with large berms at both end. Build up some speed and take them hard!
This trail is called Hardcase due to the mysterious wooden container unearthed during construction. You’ll be ‘lost’ and ‘found again’ in this section of the forest. Keep your head up at the Up and Down and Church Pass intersections.
Enter the land of Enchantment! This trail shares some of the Dipsy Doodle and Southern Dip paths. The middle takes you through bright green moss at Emerald City before you head down to Fraggle Rock… it doesn’t get much more enchanted than that!
Only motorized vehicles are permitted in this part of the trail. Bicycle riders and hikers, please avoid this section.
ATVs, dirt bikes and snowmobiles are required to stay on this section of the County Forest. It is accessed from 5th Concession Road to the east, and from the north-most section. Motorized riders are asked to stay along the hydro lines east of the forest to connect to other trail systems.as
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The Great Trail
- Nearly 400 individual trails
- Unique and varied features The Kaladar Trail leg passes
- through L&A
- Just east of Napanee in Strathcona
- 31km of the 102km trail in Lennox & Addington
- Bikes with hybrid / mountain bike tires recommended
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