Mountain Biking/Cycling

Whether you’re an accomplished mountain biker eager for a fresh challenge, or a recreational cycling enthusiast hoping to enjoy an afternoon surrounded by nature’s beauty, TRCA parks offer exactly the experience you’re looking for.

Toronto and Region Conservation encourages cycling along the paved areas of all our parks.

See our Parks section for seasonal hours of operation.

Cycling at Petticoat Creek Conservation Area

Mountain Biking

Albion Hills Conservation Park features some of Southern Ontario’s most spectacular mountain biking trails, designed for riders of all ages and skill levels.

  • More than 50 kilometres of double-track and technical single-track trail.
  • Fast, rolling terrain and long downhills.
  • Situated on 486 hectares of beautiful forest in the hills of Caledon.
  • Bike wash station.
  • Shower and washroom facilities.
  • Full-service campground and parking.

mountain biker on the trail at Albion Hills Conservation Park

Snow (Fat-tire) Biking

See fat-tire Biking on the Black Trail at Albion Hills Conservation Park.

Rentals currently unavailable.  This coming winter, they will be available at the chalet from Rocky Mountain at $35 for 2 hours or $50 for the day plus deposit. Please note that the number of bikes available is limited.

CSA Approved safety helmets are required. Tires must be 3 inches or wider, and tire pressure must be less than 10 psi.

Fat biking at Albion Hills Conservation Park

Albion Hills Conservation Area Trail Maps

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