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Exploring one of Ontario's great roads

The easiest way to find the Forks of the Credit Road is by following Highway 10 north of Brampton, Ontario

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The popularity of the Forks of the Credit road among enthusiast drivers has also made it a favorite with law enforcement

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sign warns of an upcoming switchback turn. And yes, the road is shaped exactly like the sign

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As you head west, the Forks of the Credit Road undulates over ancient foothills, in what looks like a tarmac sine wave. These elevation changes, along with the varied curves, have made the Forks a long-standing favorite with drivers.

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Heading west on the Forks of the Credit toward Belfountain

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A classic 1950s MG TD sports car heads east on the Forks of the Credit

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A motorcycle heads down through the curves that follow the Credit River through stone outcrops and deep hardwood forests

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Forks of the Credit Road, Ontario: Along Grange Sideroad

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Forks of the Credit Road, Ontario

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The village of Belfountain, on the west end of the Forks of the Credit Road.

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Belfountain, on the west end of the Forks of the Credit Road.

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The village of Belfountain, on the west end of the Forks of the Credit Road.

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Heading toward Belfountain and The Forks of the Credit on Mississauga Road.

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Exploring a side road near The Forks of the Credit.

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Horses and cattle along the Grange Sideroad, near The Forks of the Credit.

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Grange Sideroad, near The Forks of the Credit

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