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In the main place with the jumps there are some bumps, a big 15 foot gap jump (that no one has ever done before), and lots of other jumps and descents. From the jumps there are singletracks that lead into the woods that are beginner-intermediate. They are really fun to do and is really easy to do.
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Trail Directions
You take the 20 and get off on Welland. Turn right to the train tracks and then turn left on the first street (the only street it's called Elm). Stay along the train tracks and in not that long of time you will see some trails that lead to lots of jumps. You can also to get there get off the train stop Beaurepaire which is on the Dorin-Rigaud line. Stay along the train tracks on the street elm and you will see tiny trails that lead to it.
Trail Length
4 miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
July 12, 2010

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
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Ridden Trail:
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Reviewed by: mountaingen ,  Weekend Warrior

This trail doesn't have much ups and downs, but it has a lot of smooth rocks which makes it fun, trees everywhere to ride around, and you can make a good ride out of it. Probably a beginner/intermediate level. The area is called Angell Woods/ Bois Angell.

Recommended Route:
From Hwy 20, exit at Woodland and head north to cross the train track. Make a immediate left after the train tracks, and about 100 meters to the right you should see a gravel road that leads to a parking lot. Park there and ride the larger trail for about 3 minutes and you will see the trails on the left. There is a kiosk.

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