Trail is Dusty
on 4/17/14 by Guest
Avg Rating: (3.50 out of 5) 2 trail reviews
Difficulty: Intermediate bike trail - Intermediate
Length: 8 miles Global Rank: #5010
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Network
Ridden: 9 Wishlist: 10
0 trail check-ins Climb // Descend
+6,500 // -9,700 feet
Average Speed: 5.5 mph Average Time: 1hr 26min
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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 Jester1911 Gramcounter on September 7, 2008

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jamtb on August 7, 2012
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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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RoadWarrior on July 30, 2011
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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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