These trails are great for skilled bicyclists and hikers. The route is made up of bush roads and forest trails. The network of trails are 22 km in length altogether and include rocky paths, wetlands, swamps and forestry. Ghost Lake is also a habitat for up to 200 Common Loons. The trails make for another great opportunity to bird watch and see wildlife in a variety of habitats.

Link to trail map:

We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE.

Nearby towns and cities:

GHOST LAKE TRAILS characteristics

Length: Boneyard Trail – 2.5 km; Rollercoaster Trail – 1.2 km; Starlight Trail – 1.5 km; Ferguson Trail – 2.5 km; Ghost Hollow Loop 1 Trail – 2 km.; Ghost Hollow Loop 2 Trail – 3.3 km.; Squirrel Nuts Trail – 2 km; Rootabegga Trail – 2 km.
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural and Rock
Trail use: Hiking and Mountain biking
Accessibility Notes: None
Fees: Winter Fees

Flora & Fauna:

Common loons

Amenities: None

Dryden Ghost Riders Mountain Bike Club at 807-223-4903,

Find it: Turn north on Thunder Lake Rd, off of Higway 17 about 10 km east of Dryden. Then turn left (north) on to Mavis Rd to parking lot.

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 49.8206750
Longitude: -92.6717630