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    good bike vacation spot in Muskoka area?

    where is good bike vacation spot in muskoka area? Are there hotels nearby the trails?

    would the hotels accept the bikes indoor?

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    Sorry. No trails up here in Muskoka. Nope. Move along now........

    (and if there were any, there would be still lots 'o snow on them. Trust me.)

    Search function pal.

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    to try and give a starting point:

    i feel gravenhurst has buckwallow and another place (i forget what it is called) buckwallow is fun for sure.

    haliburton forest has tonnes of trail, i haven't been there in a few years but its really good.

    north bay has some riding at jack pine ski hill, aside from that it seems huntsville through to north bay is alot more atv's alot less pedal powered devices.

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    The other spot near Bracebridge is Porcupine Ridge right at Santa's Village............very cool spot.
    There are no "mistakes"; only learning curves.

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    Porcupine Ridge is awesome! I will look for my pics. definitely intermediate/advanced trails.

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    You might also want to check out Red Leaves Muskoka as i mentioned in this thread: Red Leaves Muskoka

    Not sure when the trails will be open, or if it's any good, but it looks promising.

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    The Minnesing trail in Algonquin Park is a classic. You have to be fit to do the big loop. but this trail can be wet and muddy so dont try it until at least mid June

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmbrjck
    Porcupine Ridge is awesome! I will look for my pics. definitely intermediate/advanced trails.
    ok. thanks for your tip. I will check out porcupine ridge.

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    I did the big loop at Minnesing in mid August last year after what seemed like weeks without rain and it was still muddy in spots. Expect it to be a rough go at the best of times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGuillicuddy
    Expect it to be a rough go at the best of times.
    Lots of baby heads & rock gardens on the east half. I don't think the west side is as bad.
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