The Mono Tract Trail

The Dufferin County Forest is a 1,050 hectare (2,596 acre) area divided into twelve tracts located throughout the County.  The Forest is owned and managed by the County of Dufferin.

Features of the Mono Tract Trail

  • third largest of the County Forest tracts
  • tree cover includes red pine and white spruce plantations
  • two major trails run in an east-west direction through the tract
  • adjacent to Mono Cliffs Park, a provincial park located on the Niagara Escarpment (a World Biosphere Reserve)

Get the Trail MapRuffed grouse and white-tailed deer keep you company in this nice pine, spruce and mixed hardwood forest.

Name The Mono Tract Trail
Description Located in a Dufferin County forest, this trail follows old logging roads.  It’s not a difficult hike but don’t expect a perfectly groomed right-of-way.  Consider it stroller-accessible, but with difficulty.  Although not a developed recreational area, this is a pleasant area for a quiet walk.  The cross-country skiing is great, but look out for cross traffic coming down hilly side trails.
Activities Hiking, biking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, horseback riding
Location 675111 Hurontario Street
Maps The Mono Tract Trail Map
Parking Yes there is roadside parking.
Trail Head Hurontario at 20th Sideroad.
Trail End Return to 675111 Hurontario.
Distance 2.5 km
Difficulty Easy to moderate
Surfaces Natural
Amenities None
Landmarks Tree cover includes red pine and white spruce plantations.
Cost No cost
Trail Web Site Dufferin County Forest
Closest Town Orangeville

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