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    Map of Don Valley Trails

    Just wondering if anyone has a good map of where all the trails are.

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    There's somewhat of a map in Biker Mel's mountain biking in Ontario book. And there are maps posted at the trailheads at Pottery Road and Loblaws at Redway that look like this.


    But otherwise, you sort of have to earn these trails. Not hard to do. Just follow the rabbit hole and see how deep it goes...

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    Easiest way is to join the group rides organized on dropmachine..

    But if you want to explore them yourself, now's the time, the trails are pretty obvious. Leaf-out will make finding them pretty tough in a few more weeks.
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    Thanks for the replies guys.

    I have thought about joining the group rides but I'm really out of shape and don't think I can keep up.

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    Don't worry about getting lost in there. Years ago (lots of years ago) I figured them all out on my own too. It'll take some trial and error but just keep following your nose and you'll find them.
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    Jessie is doing a beginners group ride sometime soon. Don't have to worry about being left behind.

    http://www.dropmachine.com/forum/vie...p?f=22&t=35380

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    Said the same thing as nick, deleted.
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    I'll have to check out that beginners group ride.

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    Do some group rides. All the ones I have joined have been 100% friendly to everyone regardless of ability. There's one ride, I think it's a Thursday night, where they openly announce that it's a fast ride for folks working on their racing form. But every other ride I've been on has involved ride leaders that count the participants to make sure nobody gets lost, appointing a "sweeper" to ride back with the slower folks, and/or splitting the ride into smaller groups by ability.

    Ask around on dropmachine.com or if you're on Facebook, check out Defiant MTB.

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    Don Valley Trail System


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