Hahne Farm Trail - Trail, Gravenhurst, Ontario

Hahne Farm Trail - Trail, Gravenhurst, Ontario

DESCRIPTION

Rock ridge at start is fast,use caution you are high up! speedy trail with lots of rock, the second section (south side of hwy.11)has mud,water crossings, and lots of tricky rock riding. The trail follows a high section that is hard packed with a few big dropins and some sharp twisty ascents (descents on way out)and fast sections. Riders are rewarded with a dip in Cornell Lake at the end of the trail. Moose flies rampant in summer, good fall colours, heads up for bears in the evening.

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 26, 2004]
Mr_Murf
Cross Country Rider

It's a good climb up to the top of a rock cliff overlooking the highway. From there it's up and down rocky/rooty trails, then opens up to a smoother forest, good for speed runs (just be very careful for people do hike this, so keep your eyes open. Also when I was there people had built a couple jumps

Customer Service

enter across the road from the McD's in Gravenhurst, there'll be a small parking lot/turn around thing and the trail ducks into the trees up a steep rock slope.

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4
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3
[Feb 03, 2004]
Hahne Farm Trail
Weekend Warrior

The Hahne Farm trail in Gravenhurst is NOT a bike trail. It offers up to 2-5 km hiking or snow-shoeing. An elaborate review of this trail can be found at (copy and paste into your browser): http://www.windchimesyogafarm.com/trails/hahnefarm.htm All Gravenhurst trail maps can be picked up as a collection at the Gravenhurst Town Office during business hours.

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If you want a preview other Gravenhurst’s trails go here(copy and paste the link into your browser): http://www.gravenhurstchamber.com/Tourism/walking%20and%20fitness.html

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3
VALUE
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3
[Mar 25, 2000]
John Charlton

The trail begins by climbing up a rocky crag situated above muskeg. The path itself takes you along the crag's edge and then into a wooded area. Depending on the time of year and whether conditions, the trail can be very dry or extremely muddy. Other sections of the Hahne Trail allows you to explore open rocky terrain. The topography is very hummecky with bumps, drop-offs and other challenges along the way (Mooseflies!!!). At the end of the trail, one can take a dip in the cool inviting waters of Cornell Lake. This trail is extremely fun and is great for the intermediate rider. Caution should be made that the trail is not clearly marked...

Customer Service

Read Dave Gammon's review...

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Porcupine Trail (Santa's Village)

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4
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