Durham Forest 99% Good Condition

Steve, Niall and I walked many km of Durham Forest this evening. We are happy to report that for the most part the forest is ready to ride. Some double track areas are still quite wet and muddy but 99% of the single track is well drained and rideable. In isolated places, short sections of ice remain on the trail but is much less than 1% of the trail lengths so shouldn't be much of an issue.

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6th Annual Earth Day Road-side clean-up reminder

Hi Members, do come out and join us Saturday morning for our sixth annual clean-up of the road-sides boarding Durham forest and Glen Major/Walkers Woods, the 6th and  7th concessions adopted by DMBA.

Meeting at the Durham forest main parking lot for 9am.
The weather office says 10c, cloudy with 40% chance of rain.  Please bring work gloves.
Special notice to high school age members. This event qualifies as community service volunteer hours. What better way to log a few more hours than by spending them outdoors in a worthy endeavour.

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Durham forest update from Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Hello members, sharing a communication from the Lake Simcoe Region Conversation Authority
"We're asking trail users in Durham Regional Forest to stay off the single-tracks until the ground dries up.
Your favourite trails are at risk of rutting from shoes, tires and hoofs.
Look for these signs from LSRCA, Durham Mountain Biking Association, Durham Horseman's Association and Oak Ridges Trail Association
Thanks for your cooperation"

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Last Chance for YMBA Apparel Orders

Just a quick reminder that if you get the want to get the kit that all the cool kids will be wearing this summer you better get your orders to ASAP.

Jerseys are $45 and shorts are also $45

Take a look at the kit here:

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Advanced Notice of Trail Closures



Advanced Notice of Trail Closures


Please be advised that the TRCA will be temporarily closing sections of trail throughout East Duffins Headwaters (EDH) properties this spring in order to prevent damage to wet and vulnerable trails and to sensitive habitat areas.