4.63 out of 5
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↑ 1,300 ft
↓ 1,200 ft
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About this trail
The Royalview Trail is located in the Mill Stream Run Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks near Strongsville, Ohio. It was first opened in June of 2012, after many hours of design and construction work by the Cleveland Metroparks and volunteers from the Student Conservation Association and the Cleveland Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA).

The trail network consists of two loop trails:

The Yellow Trail - about 3.5 miles
The Red Trail - about 5.5 miles
Both trails are one-way for mountain bikers; ride the Yellow Trail clockwise and the Red Trail counter-clockwise. The trails are open to hikers, so be courteous and follow the rules for shared trails.

The terrain is very beginner-friendly, with gentle climbs and descents, some roots, and very few rocks.
added by mtn417Gramcounter August 16, 2012
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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January 3, 2015
Review: Super fast with plenty of cardio work. A fun 11 PLUS mile nooo

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October 5, 2014
Review: New to the game, but this track got me into into the sport real quick. Flows great, tough up hills, fun downs...track options to jump on/off if you get too gassed. Easy access and has been in great shape every visit. Girlfriend was literally a first timer and had no issue with the yellow. She too had a blast. I'll be back.

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July 29, 2013
Review: Been riding mountain bikes for about a month now (new to mtb, but semi skilled cyclist) and I found this track was perfect for me. Not too easy but not to hard. Super fun, I plan on going back real soon. Had a blast and would recommend any new mtb give it a whirl with a pal

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May 19, 2013
Review: Went today to ckeck it out and I was pleasantly surprised. Pretty fast singletrack and fun/beginner friendly but will keep you interested if you are intermediate.

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January 10, 2013
Review: Unlike most beginner trails, this trail is enjoyable for anyone. Although they are not steep, there are plenty of long, sustained climbs. The downhills are much more fun than you would suspect. The flow is awesome!
The best thing about this trail is that it is not intimidating for my wife, yet it is not boring for me. This is a perfect family trail.

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August 31, 2012
Review: Definitely flow trails. Although I wouldn't classify them as intermediate. It's the type of trail where you are only as safe as you are fast. So the faster you go, the more difficult the trail becomes. Very fun trails. Beginner friendly for sure.

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August 30, 2012
Review: This is a welcome addition to NE Ohio! Where once there was a dearth of trails, we are now starting to find an abundance. This fits nicely into the mix. They label some of this as intermediate and some as advanced, but it is all intermediate -- unless you fly along, which you can really do. There is one stream crossing. I don't remember any log crossings. It's flow, flow, flow. The hills are gentle. Make sure you follow the one way signs. I recommend parking at the bottom, riding up the "intermediate" trail and then taking the "advanced" loop. If you liked it, take the advanced loop again. when you are done, you can ride back down the road for a mile or so to your parking place. It's all downhill and makes for a fun finish. Thanks again to CAMBA for doing a great job!

Similar Trail: The Huffman trail in Medina is similar. The Reagan trails are more technical. Some parts of the trails in Findlay lake State Park are similar. Once again, it's more technical. If you like the flow but would like more challenge, both technically and in

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August 16, 2012
Review: Excellent singletrack. 18-24inches wide. Can get plenty of speed and flow. Well done CAMBA.

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Royalview MTB Trail 4.63 out of 5 based on 8 ratings. 8 user reviews.
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