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Huntsville Trail Ride
Saturday, July 27, 2024

Join Us Saturday July 27, 2024

Date: Saturday, July 27 2024

 

Directions: North on Hwy 11 to the first interchange to Gravenhurst, Muskoka Rd #3. Dave's address is 3409 Aspden Road (Rd #3).

 

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About the Trails: Dave Head's Huntsville property for some of the best trails you will ride north of Bracebridge.

 

Experience the best trails north of Bracebridge at Dave Head's Huntsville property. These trails are well laid out, non-rocky, and offer fast, fun flow without difficult sections.

 

For those seeking a challenge, there is a hard enduro section. At the waterfall, take a right turn instead of a left to encounter extreme trails reminiscent of those ridden by Graham Jarvis. For everyone else, enjoy some of the finest trails north of Bracebridge.

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Stories from our 2023 Adventure

In the heart of Huntsville, a group of enthusiastic NTR (Northern Trails Riders) members gathered with their dirt bikes, eager to embark on an adventure that promised both excitement and challenges. The morning sun cast a warm glow over the landscape as engines roared to life, signaling the beginning of their off-road escapade.

Their journey started on a trail that led them through a dense forest. The path was marked by a water crossing, where a crystal-clear stream flowed gently beneath them. On one side of the crossing, a magnificent waterfall cascaded down a rocky cliff, creating a picturesque backdrop for their ride.

As they crossed the water and continued their journey, the trail transformed into a thrilling ride. It wound its way around ancient trees, over jagged rocks, and through patches of slippery mud. The riders navigated the trail with skill, their bikes dancing between obstacles as they reveled in the adrenaline rush.

The trail's twists and turns eventually guided them into a deep valley. On one side, a towering rock face loomed, showcasing the rugged beauty of the landscape. Undeterred by the challenge, they embraced the rocky terrain and slowly worked their way up the trail, inching closer to the top with each twist of the throttle.

Their ascent culminated in a steep hill covered in thick, clinging mud. The bikes struggled to gain traction as they climbed, and with every twist of the throttle, plumes of mud shot into the air, coating both the riders and their machines. Laughter and shouts filled the air as the riders playfully shot roost at each other, further splattering everyone in a symphony of mud.

At the trailhead, their adventure took an unexpected turn. Two abandoned bikes sat there, a testament to riders who had left the trail, their reasons unknown. Curiosity piqued, the NTR members exchanged knowing glances, speculating about the stories behind those forsaken rides.

As the day drew to a close, the group gathered to express their gratitude. A banner reading "Thank you, Dave Head!" hung nearby, a tribute to the person responsible for creating this exhilarating trail. Dave Head, a local trail enthusiast, had dedicated his time and effort to designing and building the trail on his property, providing a haven for riders seeking both thrill and tranquility.

With mud-streaked smiles and a sense of accomplishment, the NTR members concluded their journey. The memories of their ride through the smooth, fast trails, the water crossing with its waterfall, the deep valley with the rock face, and the camaraderie forged through shared challenges would forever be etched in their minds. As the sun dipped below the horizon, they rode off, already eagerly anticipating their next off-road adventure in the rugged terrain of Huntsville.

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