White River Community Trails

White River, Ontario

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Domtar built these community trails on company land for crosscountry skiers, but locals frequently mountain bike and hike on them during the summer. You’ll see lots of wildlife, very few (if any) people and interesting vegetation. In exchange, you must be willing to blaze your own trail in spots and accept the occasional rickety footbridge. To get to three of the four trails, you’ll cross a 30m (100ft) beaver dam with no rails and a lot of loose branches. This trail guide includes Timberwolf Trail, Jackrabbit Trail, Beaver Trail, and Whisky Jack Trail.

White River Community Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Domtar built these community trails on company land for crosscountry skiers, but locals frequently mountain bike and hike on them during the summer.

You’ll see lots of wildlife, very few (if any) people and interesting vegetation. In exchange, you must be willing to blaze your own trail in spots and accept the occasional rickety footbridge. To get to three of the four trails, you’ll cross a 30m (100ft) beaver dam with no rails and a lot of loose branches. This trail guide includes Timberwolf Trail, Jackrabbit Trail, Beaver Trail, and Whisky Jack Trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: White River
Distance: 12.4
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 4 trails totaling 8 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Driving Directions: Directions to White River Community Trails

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May 2018