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Beaver Mountain Provincial Park

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It''s absolutely beautiful. There are so many different variations and possible connections throughout the park and around the park that you cannot get tired of this hillside, but its a great confidence builder because you become familiar with what''s around and will start going faster and be more daring. Depending on where you start your ride(either at the speedway or at the entrance to the park) really decides what the ride is going to be like. If you start by the speedway there''s going to be a lot of climbing but the obvious reward is that there will be nice flowing downhills with natural jumps all the way back to the speedway. If you start in the park you can go around numerous times if you want to follow the trails that exist within the park. This allows you to check out a topographic map every once in a while if you choose. There was recently a Charity bike event held at this particular park which was enjoyed by all who attended. SUM: Nice tight turns, long flowing runs, good climbs, choice over trails/difficulty and the chance to do trails over and over again in the same session. recommended for FR or XC beginner to Expert.
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Latitude
45.5662679
Longitude
-62.1425398
Trail Directions
from Antigonish go on highway 104 headed toward New Glasgow. Take exit 31 to the speedway. Take a left towards the speedway. Take your first right and keep driving and just follow the winding road to the top. If you wish you can actually park at the speedway and bike through the bushes to the left of the parking lot to a dirt road that goes to the right.
Trail Length
anywhere between 3 and 10 Kilometers
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Antigonish
State/Territory/Province
Nova Scotia
Country
Canada
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