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Devils Gap

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This is a snowmobile trail in the winter transformed into a hiking, biking and 4X4 trail in the summer. It''s great exercise and biking for the beginer with easy uphills and downhills to get some speed. There are spots off the path that the more experienced biker can do rock jumps and more. There are muddy areas along the trail and I should note that one way is 40km. Good to spend a day on these trails! Some of this trail continues on a dirt fire road, but continues in the forest. Great for bikers that like a fairly quiet trail.
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Trail Directions
Trailhead is found 6.9 kms west of Gravenhurst on Hwy 169. Turn left onto Snider's Bay Road… travel 1.3 kms to Muriel Crescent to the Trailhead on the right. (look for the pole in the ground which starts the trail OR continue just a few seconds further and find parking on the right, open rock area great for parking, 2nd entrance to the trail there)
Trail Length
40 Kilometers
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
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Review Date
September 11, 2005

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
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Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: ratherBEbiking ,  Weekend Warrior

This trail is best for those that want a good day of exercise! It's 40km one way with some minor hills for up and downhill. Good stops along a couple of quiet lakes and then get going again. If you go off the trail you can find some good rock jumps and stuff. You have to be creative. All in all a good trail for those that want the excercise and perhaps want to spend the day biking trails with family or a quiet day by yourself to get away from it all. If you are looking for something "hardcore" then this trail probably is not for you (just being honest).

Recommended Route:
Do the full 40km One way if you can make it, just bring longs of fluids and even some snacks for along the way, jst remember that you will have to make it back (so it's 80km full!)

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Old Stone Road Trail - Great for distance mountain biking.

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