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From singletrack to downhill.

Whether mountainside, hillside, or a challenging flatland, our terrain is as big as your ambitions. So when you visit, test yourself on our bike trails, singletrack, and dirt tracks. If you’re a seasoned mountain biker, you may find you’ve met your match here in New Brunswick. And if you’re still learning, you’ll find trails just right for your comfort zone.

New mountain bike trail systems have been popping up all over the province, both technical old school single-track with roots and rocks, and fast circuits. Sugarloaf Bike Park has about 30 km (19 mi.) of bike trails accessible by chair lift. There are berms, table tops, drops, step ups, and wooden features for every skill level. In Edmundston, Sentiers Madawaska Trails is also a great destination for a weekend of adventure. Almost 60 km (37 mi.) of singletrack starts right in the city and stretches all the way to Mont Farlagne ski hill. 

Looking for something a little different? The Minto trail network is built on an old coal mining site, and the trails follow the ridge lines amongst mounds of rocks and surreal emerald and blue ponds. It has steep climbs and descents that are challenging, but accessible to all levels. Poley Mountain, outside of Sussex, is a year-round destination for fat-biking and has downhill trails with chair lift access.

In the Saint John area, you’re in luck. Rockwood Park has over 40 km (25 mi.) of single-track trails. Get ready for the awesome challenge that is in the Park’s name:  rock gardens, jumps, drops, berms, and roots will challenge all skill levels. Plus, enjoy a post-ride social at Lily Lake Pavilion on site or on a patio overlooking the harbour in the port city.

New Brunswick's coastal, valley, and mountain views beg to be explored on two wheels. And with a varied terrain, it's a natural playground for all mountain bikers.