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Cross Country Biking

The Copeland Forest trails are great for exploring nature at a more leisurely pace with less decline. There are some trails that have hills through the natural landscape but it’s time to put pedal to the forest floor as there are no chair lifts on the North side of Horseshoe Resort. These trails are great for all ages and abilities. The trails weave through the trees where our fat biking, Nordic Ski and snowshoe trails are located in the winter months.

Don’t have your own equipment? No problem! We have a limited number of bike and equipment rentals available so you can explore the Copeland Forest cross country trails!

We offer rentals for adults and kids in three hour time slots – plenty of time for a great trail adventure! We recommend reserving a bike in advance of your visit. A pass is not required to access the cross country trails. Norco bike rentals will be available at our Bike Shop in the Main Chalet at the base of the downhill slopes. Helmets are included within the rental price; Helmets are mandatory for bikers of all ages.


2023 Cross Country BIKE rentals  PRICE

4HR Rental

(10am – 1pm or 2pm – 5pm)



Adult Cross Country Bike


Youth Cross Country Bike


Rental Insurance

Rental insurance is optional. Should you choose not to purchase insurance, you will be responsible for the cost of repairs and/or parts resulting from damage to the bike while in your possession.


Size Chart

*All prices plus HST. Prices subject to change at any time.

Rentals are non-refundable. Rentals can be changed to a different date during the 2023 season if the request is made at least 24 hours in advance. Refunds and date deferrals will not be issued due to inclement weather.


With 30km of Cross Country Trails, 4000 acres of Copeland forest and 800km of paved road Horseshoe Resort is the ultimate destination for biking! Horseshoe Resort is centrally located in the Simcoe County cycling hub, making it the perfect home base to explore the region’s quiet, scenic roads, gravel paths and multiple trail networks.