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Laurentian Hiking Trail

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No. of Reviews: 2

15 km of hairy drop offs, sick climbs, and skull cracking singletrack.
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Trail Directions
Go down 69 south and turn left on Ida st. Proceed down trail at end of road and stop at football posts. Look right and follow small trail that leads to gravel fire road. You are now on the infamous hiking trail
Trail Length
15-20 km
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Review Date
March 17, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Matt , from Sudbury

This is what riding is all about up here! Gnarly, technical singletrack, with challenging climbs, descents, and drops. The "hiking trail" isn't for the faint at heart. The rest of the trails are awesome. Give the boys at Pinnacle Sports a call for detailed directions. 560-6886 or 523-7400. Best riders in the city!

Recommended Route:
Start either at Laurentian University (behind the athletic track) or Ida street (off of Regent St. S/Hwy 69). Follow the blue, red, or yellow markers and you can't get lost.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Anything around Laurentian University or the Conservation Area.

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Review Date
May 30, 2001

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: John Doe , from Sudbury Ont

I made the unfortunate mistake of trying to find something new to ride when i found myself following it, not a biking trail, it has stairs, impossible drops and climbs. that is why it is a biking trail, it took me forever to finish it, and i had to cross a swamp where the bridge sank with the weight of my bike and i I(160lbs). I was soaking wet for half the ride. Would not recommend the trail, it takes longer than normally expected for a 15k route. But if you are bored maybe you might wanna try it.

Recommended Route:
The trail as described is a Hiking trail,

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