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Sorber Mountain Gamelands
Avg Rating: (2.00 out of 5) 1 trail review
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Length: 25 miles Global Rank: #5899
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Out & Back
Ridden: 5 Wishlist: 1
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Description
The trail starts at the top of the mountain and goes down through the gamelands and onto a single track trail in parts(if ridden properly). For an easy ride, just follow the main dirt road to the bottom. For a good ride, follow main dirt road to fork, go to right at the fork to the lake and dam (about 5 miles into the ride) and then go around the backside of the dam onto the old railroad bed. There is two creek crossings at the back of the dam and the old railroad bed is very grown in with trees down and lots of mud. Follow this trail until there is an old bridge. This is a good place to take a mid trail break if it is needed to fix parts or bandage wounds. After cross the bridge then follow to the main road again. Follow main road for a short distance then look for the old railroad bed again on the right hand side. Follow this trail down to the paved road . Turn around at this spot and head back either the same way for a hard ride up the mountain or take the main dirt road for an easier ride.

added by Guest on November 24, 2003

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Guest on July 22, 2004
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Review: I didnt like this trail. I followed the directions but the "trailhead you stated was an immediate fork. i took the right and less than a mile i came to another fork which was a lake. i rode around a gate past the lake into the forest where the fire road which was all downhill began. i rode dwnhill for 6miles and found no singletrack off shoots or anything. so then i just rode back the same 6 mi. to my car. the 6mile uphill climb was the biggest challenge for me, plus the scenery was pretty good, a tiny water fall and a stream(the trail didn't cross it). maybe i took the wrong way at the forks. I like the DC area's trails better.

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