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    Are the trails rideable this xmas?

    I'll be making a trip from NC to the GTA for 2 weeks over xmas. I'm debating on if I should bring my bike. The forecast for the next two weeks is warm but rainy for at least some of the days. Some trails drain better than others. How are the trail conditions in the area? Do you think the trails will be active over the xmas break? Thanks, Dave

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    bring your bike. It is supposed to be 17 * C the day before Christmas. I am in Hamilton and ride in Dundas so if nobody else is available I will ride with you.

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    Yes, best drainage Turkey point IMHO, 2 hour drive, can put together 40-50kms without any guides and just the map. If you like rock, Agreement Forest is always an option, i usualy ride it when its raining, gives me an excuse when i dont clear a section. Durham Forrest and Albion Hills are good for fat bikes if theres snow, which i dont think there will be. PM me if you want to ride, im always up for something.
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    With the weather we have been having and the forecast, Turkey point is the only place I'd ride.

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    Dufferin forest in Mansfield drains well also and is rideable right now.
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    I rode Durham Forest this morning and conditions were perfect. A little tacky, and the only mud I saw was in the parking lot. I think there's a good chance it will stay that way through to January.

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    I did the full loop of all the trails at Albion yesterday and it was also in great shape. Things should be pretty good as long as it doesn't rain too much later this week.
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    Hardwood Ski & Bike is open for MTB over the holidays. Five bucks tax included!

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    Pal grave was bone dry today. Albion is closed today and tomorrow (12/45 AND 12/25).

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