Durham Regional Forest
The Durham Regional Forest Main Tract is comprised of plantation forests established over 90 years ago, as well as mixed hardwood areas.
This forest encompasses a 596 hectare area that is located at the top of the Oak Ridges Moraine, in the Town of Uxbridge, and is renowned for its excellent cross-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding.
More than 16 kilometres of trails in four marked loops and numerous secondary trails throughout the main tract. Contributes to regional and national trail networks.
We're thrilled to welcome you back to Durham Regional Forest!
Please follow all park rules during your visit and remember that amenities, such as washrooms and pavilions, may be closed at this time.
- No parking? Visit another area. Absolutely no parking outside of designated spots.
- Parking is limited to 3 hours maximum.
- No tailgating permitted.
Changes to Main Tract Routes
Please note there are significant changes to trail routes at the Main Tract!
Most single tracks have been switched back to two-way
traffic. Select trails will remain one-way due to safety considerations and are
signed appropriately. Single track trail users are advised to use extra caution
and watch for oncoming traffic. Please be courteous to fellow trail users and
remember to follow all property rules and directional signage. If in doubt,
follow the etiquette on the recreation trail yield triangle.
Double tracks are two-way. Please practice physical distancing while passing.
- Slower riders - please yield when safe.