1200 m

Homestead is a black diamond mountain bike trail that will test your skills. At 1.2km in length, it is a lengthy ride that is packed with tight, twisty turns and technical features.

One of the standout features of Homestead is the rock features that dot the trail. These rocks can range in size from small to large, and riders will need to navigate their way over or around them as they ride.

Overall, Homestead is a thrilling ride that is sure to provide an adrenaline rush for any mountain biker. Its tight and twisty turns and technical rock features make it a must-ride for any rider looking for a challenge.

Trails that connect to Homestead

Homestead to Devils Backbone
164 m
, Both Directions
Going from homestead there is a very slight climb. This trail has some easy corners and can be a lot of fun in your loop around Guelph Lake.
Homestead to Mad Hatter
83 m
, Both Directions
Homestead to Mad Hatter is a short link trail that connects Homestead back to Mad Hatter, South Park and Digg'r. There is a small elevation change over the length of this connector but is otherwise very easy.
Mad Hatter
633 m
, Both Directions
Roy’s Ridge
374 m
, Both Directions
South Park to Broken Spoke
623 m
, Both Directions
This 623m long link trail connects trails from South Park to Broken Spoke, connecting many trails on the western side of the Guelph Lake trail system below the dam.

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