Durham Regional Forest is a 7.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
The best place ever !!
Great trail, never crowded, very quiet and peaceful. Great for all levels of skill, trails are well marked and easy to follow.
A new favourite. I love the amount of trails there were; parking has been packed every time but we hardly ran into anyone after leaving the trail head. Signs are so easy to follow. The forest scenery was perfect.
For dogs, they are supposed to be on leash but no one we ran into followed this rule. They were all polite about calling theirs back when they saw us though. Bikers had great trail etiquette as well.
Parking is free and roadside.
The trails are great the single track is amazing. The trails can be difficult for beginners and kids but they are all around good
Great trail system for both the beginner and experienced hiker or biker. Trails vary from wide track to single track. There are days the parking lot is at capacity but you might not see another person.
Awesome biking trail, are skill levels