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Roughly 20 miles of singletrack loops. Well maintained without being overly invasive. On church owned property. Church has generously offered use of facilities for restroom/water. Waiver required to ride. Available at kiosk at trailhead or www.dorba2.com. Great views and boasts the highest elevation in Dallas.
Orange is a nice beginner loop winding through the trees.
White is the central loop that connects all the other loops. There are some very fast runs, moderately technical areas, and some serious climbs.
Blue is a short fast winding run down the hill, then the climb back up the main drive to the trailhead.
Yellow is the most technical loop with some dips connected by switchbacks.
Green is a nice easy loop with some mild dips and minimal climbing.
Red is for those who like to climb. Lots of climbing and lots of switchback climbs.
Near the trail head there is a downhill area for experts only. There is a ramp to a platform giving you what looks like a 7 or 8 foot drop into the trail. I haven't ridden this (yet).
There are some dirt jumps for BMXers.
They have also stacked some huge rocks for a trials area.
Something for everyone here. It's up to you how far you want to push yourself any given day.
(100%)Brown County Reforestation Camp Trails
(100%)OCNP - Oak Cliff Nature Preserve