The Ganaraska Forest is divided into three areas including the Central Forest, West Forest and East Forest.
Detailed, coloured maps of each forest section can be purchased through the Ganaraska Region Conservation - $5.00 for non-members and $3.00 for members. Email email@example.com to order yours today.
The Central Forest classic and snowshoe trails are a series of well-marked looped trails that start at the Ganaraska Forest Centre. These groomed and track-set trails are popular for not only skiing but hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
The West Forest and East Forest areas permit motorized use, snowmobiling and hunting in certain areas. Check with Forest Centre staff to determine where you can participate in your favourite activity.
Notice to Ganaraska Forest Users: As of October 21st, 2016 the P4 parking lot on Wilcox Road in the west section of the forest will be temporarily closed until further notice. Forest users are directed to park at alternative lots such as P2 & P3 located 2km east of Hwy 115 off of Boundary Road, or lot P6 located on Porter Road just south of Hwy 115. Questions or concerns? Please contact Ganaraska Forest Recreation Technician, Steve McMullen at 905.797.2721 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMBA EPIC Mountain Bike Trail
The EPIC Mountain Bike Trail, designated by the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA), is a unique 60 km route that winds its way through some of the most beautiful woodlands of the majestic Ganaraska Forest. Retaining its prestigious designation as one of only three EPIC trails in Canada, the course is primarily single track trails that are physically and technically challenging while winding through a natural environment.