Riding Mountain National Park


Mountain biking is growing in popularity in the park due to the partially graveled patrol roads found in the Western and Eastern portions of the Park.

Trails suitable for hiking and biking vary in difficulty from the easy, gently rolling hills of the Central, Baldy Lake and Strathclair trails to the rugged and steep Bald Hill and Reeve's Ravine trails.

Many backcountry trails are acceptable for biking, but most day-use trails are for hiking only. Visit our Trail Guide/Etiquette to find out more.

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