Three Rocks - TRAIL

Three Rocks - Trail, Myrtle or North Whitby, Ontario

Lots of hills-single track back in the bush and connects to Durham Forest. *****intermediate to advanced****

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Matt G.   Racer [Aug 30, 2006]

Lots of fun with a couple medium difficulty technical sections, a couple short and steep climbs. If you decide to start at this parking lot and ride your way up to the Towers at durham forest you'll be into climbing for the majority of your ride. You can definently put a couple hard miles (or kilometers) down on these trails.

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There is no one particular great route throught these trails. I usually ride to the bottom of the down-hill run, ride up that (a nice long technical climb). Connect that with K's Way and the Bobsled run from there. But definently do your own exploring.

Similar Products Used: Right around Durham forest and Glen Major. If your a bit south you might consider doing Greenwood or Seaton as well.
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4
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Aquaman   Cross Country Rider [Aug 01, 2003]

Lots of fun. Good drainage. Some challenging sections with short steep climbs but not too technical. A wide variety of trail types. Connects with Durham forest for extra mileage

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Mark   [Oct 27, 2000]

Lots of variety. Double & single track, technical or not. Your choice. I haven't finished finding all of the trails yet, but you can easyly spend 2-3 hours playing around on all types of terrain. This has become one of my favorite trails. Unlike Seaton, the "Three Rock" trails are generally much less rocky, hence wipe-outs don't do as much damage. Overall, this trail system is lots of fun and is far from crowded.

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