Fairfield Glade
Cycle Trails

Paved Road Rides

These trails have been designed with safety and enjoyability in mind. Difficult and dangerous sections have been minimized. Be safe and enjoy the rides. The maps are self-explanatory, however if you would like a guide or more information contact Andy. Your feedback is appreciated. Click on this button. to see the grassy road trails:

The Dorchester Trail

  • 8.1 miles of moderate difficulty
  • 727 ft of elevation
  • 52 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Firetower Trail

  • 7 miles of moderate difficulty
  • 510 ft of elevation
  • 35 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Heatherhurst Trail

  • 4.9 miles of easy to moderate difficulty
  • 340 ft of elevation
  • 30 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Hillendale Vista Trail

  • 14.3 miles of moderate difficulty
  • 838 ft of elevation
  • An hour and 24 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Lake St George & Lake Canterbury Loop

  • 7.43 miles of easy to moderate difficulty
  • 596 ft of elevation
  • 50 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Lake Tansi Trail

  • 8.8 miles of easy to moderate difficulty
  • 260 ft of elevation
  • 55 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Pomeroy Flat Road Trail

  • 2.2 miles of easy difficulty
  • 113 ft of elevation
  • 15 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Potato Farm Road Trail

  • 12 miles of moderately easy difficulty
  • 290 ft of elevation
  • 60 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Stonehenge All Rights Trail

  • 6.4 miles of moderate difficulty
  • 517 ft of elevation
  • 50 minutes riding time
  • Map required….poor signage

The Ten Lakes Trail

  • 15.0 miles of moderate difficulty
  • Map required….poor signage

Grassy Road Rides

These trails have been designed with safety and enjoyability in mind. Difficult and dangerous sections have been minimized. Be safe and enjoy the rides. The maps are self-explanatory, however if you would like a guide or more information contact Andy. Your feedback is appreciated.

The Pomeroy Trail

  • 3.0 miles, 280 ft ascent
  • Mountain or Hybrid bike with wider tires suggested
  • Map required but there are signs along the route.
  • This is a dual use trail, i.e. biking and walking.

The Amherst Trail

  • 2.0 miles
  • Mountain or Hybrid bike with wider tires suggested
  • Map required but there are signs along the route.
  • This is a dual use trail, i.e. biking and walking.

The Thornhill Trail

  • 2.0 miles
  • Mountain or Hybrid bike with wider tires suggested
  • Map required but there are signs along the route.
  • This is a dual use trail, i.e. biking and walking.