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ProAction Mountain Bike Club - Ride the Trails Program

Hey DMBA/YMBA members, this is a program you might want to get involved with! Please contact Marc if you are interested.

Cheers, Dan Little - Membership Director

Please Stay Off of Single Track Trails During Slushy Conditions

The single track trails in Durham Forest are in excellent condition for cycling, running and hiking. The majority are textured ice covered with some snow. Studs are not absolutely necessary but will definitely enhance your enjoyment.

Trails in Durham Forest Very Vulnerable Today

Please do not ride the trails in Durham Forest today (Saturday Jan. 16). They are all groomed but because of the rain last night, are extremely slushy and any use leaves them rutted. By tomorrow, we are back to well below freezing and conditions will be excellent. Please be patient.

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LAST CALL for the 2016 DMBA/YMBA Membership Survey!

If you have already completed the 2016 DMBA/YMBA Membership Survey thank you for your input. Please ignore this message and enjoy the rest of your day.

If you have not completed the survey, please take a few minutes to join the over 200 members who have provided their thoughts on how to make the DMBA/YMBA even better. Your answers will be used to prepare for the upcoming 2016 Planning Session, and to set our priorities for 2016.

Thank you for your support of the DMBA/YMBA!

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Dagmar North Trails - Hazard Tree Removal and rolling temporary closures of double track trails.

Announcement from our partners at the TRCA, please respect these temporary closures if and when encountered. thank you - Tom Hanrahan

Please be aware that TRCA Forestry staff are currently completing hazard tree removals along the double track trail within TRCA's Dagmar North property. Trail users can expect rolling temporary closures of the double track trail depending on where forestry staff are working. We anticipate this work to be completed by the end of November. Thank you - The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority