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The Grand Trunk Trail is an access trail, primarily used by hikers, but bikes are allowed on it. This trail travels all the way through the Guelph Lake trail system connecting the Victoria Road Trailhead all the way to Kane Hill Drive. The Grand Trunk Trail Connects to many of the other trails at Guelph Lake. Making it perfect for making loops around the Guelph Lake trail system.
Devils Backbone offers a thrilling and enjoyable experience for riders of all skill levels. Whether you're heading up to the dam or cruising back down, this trail is sure to leave you with a good experience.
Hells Kitchen is a thrilling blue trail that offers intermediate riders a mix of technical features and fast-flowing sections. The trail includes berms, jumps, downhills, and tight twisty sections that will test your skills and keep you on your toes.
Highway is an easy trail with minimal elevation that serves as a quick way to go between many of the trails due to its central location. Overall, this is a smooth trail, but there are a couple of easy rocky sections on the eastern end of the trail.
This is a link trail that connects the bottom of Fight Club up to the top of the dam to the Grand Trunk Trail. This trail also has connections to Phoenix, Devils Backbone, Broken Spoke, and the Homestead to Broken Spoke Connector.
South Park is one of the first trails you'll encounter when you enter the Guelph Lake trails from the Victoria Road trailhead. Along-side Mad Hatter and Digg'r. South Park features a shallow incline and several features you can us to practice your skills.