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      The Silverwood trails offer a unique mountain biking experience in Saskatoon. The hills are among the steepest, longest, and most technical to be found in the city limits. Beginners will find these trails to be difficult and some sections are dangerous. While riding the trails remember that, and don't try anything that you are not comfortable with.

      The Silverwood trails can be accessed on the south side of the City's water treatment plant. By following the dirt access to the riverbank from the end of the Meewasin path you can find the easiest entrance to the trails. From here you can travel north into the trail network. There are points where the bottom trails travel through marshy ground which you may want to avoid by riding the trails that lead up to the edge of the Silverwood Golf Course. North of the golf course there is a city dirt dump that has a road leading down to the river's edge. There are two trail accesses on the north side of the dirt road that lead into the trees and this is where the Silverwood trails continue north. There are literally a dozen trails to explore and you can even ride all the way to Wanuskewin if you can find the way.
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      Open on Jul 28, 2018
      Local Trail Association
      local trail association
      (www.nbrcycling.ca)

      Stats

      State Ranking
      #10
      Trails
      1
      Total Distance
      2 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      4,027 ft
      Total Descent
      380 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      1,608 ft
      Total Vertical
      57 ft
      Reports
      7
      Ridden Counter
      16

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