Part of the Dufferin County Forest, the largest single area is the Main Tract (607 hectares/1,501 acres) located in Mulmur Township north of the hamlet of Mansfield.
The tracts have an extensive trail system for hiking, cross-country skiing, non-motorized biking, horseback riding and other recreational activities.
Their machine groomed and trackset trails wind their way through hundreds of acres of beautiful forest with many picturesque views of the Mulmur Hills. Our 40 km trail network provides a choice of 7 different trails graded from novice to expert. From mild to wild there is something for every level of skier.
937365 Airport Rd, Mulmur, ON L9V 3T6
Noisy River’s largely forested landscape is interrupted by a few meadows and a scenic portion of the Noisy River. Typical Niagara Escarpment features include cliffs, crevice caves, flat uplands, valley slopes and wetlands.
West of Creemore, follow County Rd 9 past Dunedin, turn left onto Concession Rd 9 which turns into Garden of Eden road. Latitude: 44.27316327
Part of the Bruce Trail this nature reserve provides representative examples of Niagara Escarpment cliff and ravine habitats, including forested slopes and wetlands. Talus slopes and cave and crevice development are also present.
From Duntroon, take 19 west up to the Osprey-Clearview Townline, turn right and drive to the end. You will see the entrance sign.
Mono Cliffs is located on the picturesque Bruce Trail Numerous hiking trails throughout the park. Diversity of ferns and cedars. Walk through a canyon on the spillway trail or past 30 meter cliffs on the cliff top trail
795122 3rd line, Orangeville, ON L9W 2Y8