4407 - Trail, Oakville, Ontario

4407 - Trail, Oakville, Ontario

DESCRIPTION

Once on trail keep an eye out for the MTB trail about 200 meters from top of hill, marked with orange paint. Follow trail it will come out onto ATV trail again follow around corner trun left back into trail just beofre top of trai. This trail is not fast but tecnically challenging, short technical up hills, this area has HUGHE potential. GET OUT AND RIDE IT WHAT ARE YOU DOING STILL SITTING HERE

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[Mar 29, 2005]
NO ATVs
Weekend Warrior

The MTB trail reviews for the "16 ATV Trail" & the "4407 Trail" are promoting "illegal" ATV activity in designated environmentally sensitive areas & protected greenspace parkland. Town of Oakville by-law signs have been posted. All access points are being continuously monitored, including video surveillance. The authorities are involved & charges are being laid. NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES ALLOWED! Please report all ATV Lic. # & associated truck/trailer Lic. # to the Halton Regional Police Services at (905) 878-5511. http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/MNR/csb/news/2004/nov05nr_04.html http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/MNR/csb/news/2004/nov05fs_04.html On November 5, 2004, The Honourable David Ramsay, Ontario Minister of Natural Resources, announced the McGuinty Government is creating more open space and parkland in Oakville and Burlington by protecting 1,286 acres of provincially owned lands. The province is protecting two-thirds, or 750 acres, of the government-owned lands known as the Oakville Land Assembly (OLA), bounded by Dundas Street West, Highway 407, Bronte Road and Sixteen Mile Creek valley. This will create natural corridors and linkages that will further protect wildlife habitat and significant vegetation. In addition to the lands from the OLA, the province is protecting a further 368 acres of provincially owned valley lands and environmentally significant lands along the Sixteen Mile Creek system, primarily north of Highway 407. These lands are part of the Sixteen Mile Creek Life Science Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI).

Customer Service

Join an ATV/ORV club & ride your ATVs on designated trails only. Don't ride your ATVs in designated environmentally sensitive areas & protected greenspace parkland, constantly criss-crossing the river & damaging the environment, especially in the Spring.

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I repeat, join an ATV/ORV club & ride your ATVs on designated trails only! The authorities are involved & charges are being laid! Thank you for your cooperation & support. NO ATVs

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[Jul 16, 2004]
Nitrox_Bunny
Cross Country Rider

Not the most technical trail in the world, but great if you like getting dirty. The only downfalls are the horses and the swarms of blackflies that follow them -- and you! This trail isn't for those with hydrophobia.

Customer Service

Go past the barriers at the top of the hill, and all the way down to the bridge. The trail will be on the left hand side.

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[May 13, 2003]
Don

it's a fast trail I think tht it would be classified as intermediate to hard in the really rocky parts and in the spring it's virtually impossible.if you aren't sure of yr brakes you should try another trail and if you don't have strong legs stay home and train on a stationary bike. I really don't know if it's legal to ride here it's crown land but it's closed off so watch it. if anyone knows if it's legal let me know.

Customer Service

head down the road and turn right at the barrier. it's a rough trail and if it rains at all there's some pond sized puddles. The trail's pretty slow because of tons of masive washouts that you need to walk through. You might go down to the bridge and go left over the jumps but again it gets pretty muddy to the point that it gets almost unridable.

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