Our trails

Lavallee Loop

Lavallee Loop

Lavallee Loop

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Located in the village of Beachburg, this is a perfect trail for families and children. 

Parking, washrooms and picnic area at trail head.  

Address:  End of Cardel St. Beachburg, ON

Pappin Trails

Lavallee Loop

Lavallee Loop

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Just up the road from the public beach called Little Lakes, this is  great trail network for beginner/intermediate riders.  Also features a bike park section called "Wonky Donkey" with  wooden bridges to test your skills.

Best parking is at the public Little Lakes Beach then ride up Pappin Rd.  Trail head on your left aprox. 1/2 km up Pappin Rd.

Washrooms and picnic tables at beach.

County Forest

Lavallee Loop

Brewery Trails

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Managed and forested by the County of Renfrew, these old trails have been a wonderful walking/biking network to many for years!

Address:   631 Government Rd, Beachburg, ON.


Brewery Trails

Algonquin Pass Trails

Brewery Trails

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Located behind the Riverside Whitewater Brewery these advanced trails weave past the Ottawa River.

Parking at Whitewater Brewery:

(Open May - Sept).  Address: Corner of Gransettlement and Fletcher Rd. Beachburg, ON


Chuck a Moon

Algonquin Pass Trails

Algonquin Pass Trails

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Just down the road from the Brewery off  Grantsettlement is another sweet trail to add on to your loop after the Brewery trails.  

Parking  at Whitewater Brewery.

Algonquin Pass Trails

Algonquin Pass Trails

Algonquin Pass Trails

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Beautiful rolling intermediate/advanced trails.

Address for parking:  No fixed address, but see map along Grantsettlement Rd.  There is a parking lot.  (or link a ride from parking at the Whitewater Brewery).

Land Usage

We wish to thank and acknowledge our land partners who make these trails possible. 


The Lavallee family of Beachburg, ON has donated/allowed the usage of an entire forest lot for the Lavallee Loop/park.   We also thank the Finan family from Grants Settlement Farms for their land usage.  (They also make amazing maple syrup). 


Wilderness Tours and OWL Rafting allow trails and parking along the Ottawa River/ Whitewater Rafting section.  (ps - Go rafting or take a kayak course sometime with these outfitters - you won't regret it.... you actually might just want to move here).


We also thank the Country of Renfrew and Whitewater Region for their support and land access for trail development.   





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