4.33 out of 5
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↑ 9,700 ft
↓ 6,500 ft
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Smooth flowy single track, occasional double track Follow counterclockwise.

There is a massive trail system here, if you have 3 days you might cover it all.
added by Jester1911Gramcounter September 7, 2008
Trail Features
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Granny Gear

September 8, 2015
davo934 Granny Gear  
Review: Great place to ride. We went after a full night of rain and were able to ride easily. Not much mud, just damp. Views on Window trail are unreal. Coming back up Blunder was a bit much from erosion. Overall a great place to ride and we'll be back many more times. Intermediate is accurate rating.

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Granny Gear

August 10, 2015
Review: This is the second time me and my friends have taken on this trail. We have no experience mountain biking on trails. Overall I would have to say I was pretty impressed with the quality of this trail. Although it is not well marked you can basically find your way around. I recommend getting a trail map before you head out as they are somewhat confusing. The first trip we took ridge trail to Blunder trail and pipeline back up. The second time we took window (Which I highly recommend as it is beautiful) then Ridge to the River and rode pipeline up once again.

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August 5, 2014
batrg3 Gramcounter  
Review: Kennerdell offers a nice network of trails for various levels of stamina and technical skill.

Ridge Trail offers the largest rocks and greatest technical challenge, with the hardest being the final descent to the river.

Blunder Trail offers a steep and somewhat rocky descent to the river.

Pipeline Trail offers a long and moderate trip from the trailhead to the river, and the Rock Oak Trail is a similar alternative route. Both are a mixture of singletrack, doubletrack, and gravel.

Window Trail is the real gem, providing a nice view of the valley.

Bear Wallow Trail is often wet, and makes an easier descent than ascent.

Stripmine Trail connects to a nice set of dirt tracks at the top of the mountain.

Fisherman's Cove Trail lets you add another loop if you use the pipeline access road, but takes another steep descent to the river if you don't turn back.

Ascending from the river is arduous no matter what. Pipeline Trail is the gentlest slope with the least technical challenge, but is so long that it's very demanding on the stamina.

The River Trail provides an easy and simple trip on river level, until it becomes rocky and closed to bicycles.

Other trails, such as the Hoh-Ya-Neh and Dennison Run systems are closed to bikes.

Recommended trips:

For young kids and low confidence beginners, ride the River Trail, and try ascending Pipeline Trail a bit at a time.

For beginners with good confidence, take Pipeline down to Window, return by Rock Oak to the top junction. Then ride Stripmine out to Fisherman's Cove Trail, and follow that until it crosses back over the access road. Take the road back to the main FC trail and return to Stripmine.

For moderately experienced riders, take Ridge Trail from the upper trailhead down to the junction with Window, then ride the length of Window to Pipeline, then use Pipeline to return to the trailhead.

If you want to add a climb and descent, more power to you, just know what you're getting into.

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July 22, 2014
Review: Good mix for cardio and a few technical sections. One of the more scenic trail rides.

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August 7, 2012
jamtb Gramcounter  
Review: Thought I would write with an update as the last one was over a year ago. I rode this for the first time and had a great time. Nice mix of double track, single tracks, good climbs and beautiful scenery. All a good time. Trails are marked fairly well and easy to get back to the parking lot. If in western pa, Moraine park is much butter, but more technical.

Similar Trail: North Park

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July 30, 2011
Review: First an update! Only 13 miles of trail are now open to MTB and horses. Use the parking areas off Dennison Run Rd. If first Parking area is full of horse trailers!!!!!!!!!!!!!! there is another small parking area on the left just past the first.(too small for horse trailers) Map at TH and at Now for the good news, numerous and varying loops can be made, and riding everything available to MTB would take several hours and and at least 3 trips to the river. Large variety of trails from wide DT to technical ST. Notes; Lower half of Bear Wallow should be renamed Pig Wallow (avoid); Blunder Trail is mostly a rock filled gully (rideable for the very skilled); Ridge trail down to the river is a blast; and finally the must ride trail is Window Trail (just a sweet XC cruise along the cliff.) Excellent views of the river when the leaves are down. Even though the lot was full of horse trailers when I got back, I only meet 2 of them.

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Kennerdell MTB Trail 4.33 out of 5 based on 6 ratings. 6 user reviews.
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