Seine River Trail Details
Singletrack with some technical spots where you are riding over rocks while trying to pick the smoothest lines. Riding the trail North to South is easier because the majority of the technical sections are downhill, and conversely riding the trail South to North involves more technical climbing.
Note: if there is flooding with the Seine river, some of the trail may be underwater, including the gravel path that you connect up with, thus making it difficult to make a full run through.
Turn onto the gravel path beside the Robin's on Provencher. Follow the gravel path and look for trails cutting into the trees towards the Seine river. There will be two main trails that cut in, one will drop down lower and the one further from the Robin's will start you off a bit higher. The other way to access the trail is to go all the way to the end of Youville St. and at the end of the cul de sac there is a gravel trail that you can enter on.
More Stats for Seine River Trail mountain bike trail
Altitude min735 ft
Altitude max755 ft
Altitude start755 ft
Altitude end755 ft
Distance climb1,210 ft
Distance down1,479 ft
Distance flat2,844 ft
Avg reverse time00:06:26
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Seine River Trail Trail Reports
Mar 11, 2018 @ 8:54amMar 11, 2018
|Thinning ice near St Boniface golf course / Heather curling club. A walker broke through and got a booter. Last day of riding on the river.|
Jan 26, 2018 @ 11:50amJan 26, 2018
May 24, 2017 @ 7:30amMay 24, 2017
|Still a little soft in some of the lower areas. Another couple days and it'll be dry and super fast.|
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