Hardwood Mountain Bike Park

Hardwood Mountain Bike Park

The best mountain bikers in the Americas will be chasing down gold as they fly down the Boneshaker, go on a Coffee Run and tackle the Grunt Climb at Hardwood Ski and Bike in the summer of 2015.

Known at Games time as Hardwood Mountain Bike Park, the venue will test 45 top male and female riders competing at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games with a brand-new, adrenalin-pumping race course.

The run features a challenging mix of uphill and downhill terrain along with highly technical sections, such as a white-knuckle rocky descent known as the Boneshaker. Over its more than five-kilometre length, riders will tackle new and existing features such as Sidewinder, Sydor Slider, JP's Nemesis, Big Z and Doug's Hill. These features will offer spectators fantastic viewing opportunities whether they make their way around the winding trails or find the ideal location within the basin.

For more than three decades, Canada's best mountain bikers have tested their mettle at this scenic outdoor site. Located just over an hour’s drive north of Toronto, this venue is the sole Ontario facility with a Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI)-rated race course. Hardwood Ski and Bike has previously hosted Canada Cup and Ontario Cup events, as well as national championships. The venue will make its international Games debut when the Pan Am champions are crowned here in 2015.

Competitions at Hardwood Mountain Bike Park

What You Need To Know

Hours of Operation

Pan Am Games: July 12
Gates open two hours before competition starts.

Box Office Hours: Box office opens two hours before competition starts.

Venue Map



Information Booth
Family Washrooms
Stroller/Wheelchair Storage
Wheelchair Loan
Assistive Listening Devices
Lost and Found
Box Office
Food and Beverage
Alcohol Service
First Aid
Accessible Washrooms

Special Notes

As this is a standing room only venue, folding chairs and golf umbrellas are permitted.

Reminder, as this is an outdoor venue there may be uneven terrain, please wear appropriate footwear. If required, a manual all-terrain wheelchair is available for spectator’s to borrow from the information booth on a first-come, first serve basis.

For additional accessible services, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide at



402 West Old Barrie Road,
Oro Station, ON