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Sugarloaf Mountain Bike Area
Avg Rating: (4.50 out of 5) 2 trail reviews
Difficulty: Intermediate bike trail - Intermediate
Length: 9 miles Global Rank: #1137
Tread: Singletrack Configuration: Network
Ridden: 7 Wishlist: 9
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Sugarloaf Mountain Bike Area is a series of 3 loops that can be combined to create trips of varying lengths and difficulties. The trails are well-marked and wide, with only few rocky and muddy sections. A beginner will find the climbs challenging and the descents fun, especially the loop nearest the sledding area. An intermediate rider will want to combine two or more loops, especially the loop around Sugarloaf itself which has the biggest climbs and descents.

added by JasonJackMiller Granny Gear on April 13, 2009

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jtorlando25 on August 31, 2012
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Review: Great xc ride to add to your trip if you're in town for 7 Springs DH park. Camped at the Laurel Highlands. Rode a few miles here and a few miles there. The trails are pretty awesome. True mountain singletrack. Lots of climbs, rocks, roots, and balls out downhill runs. Came across a few sections of trail that were extremely steep.

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rc1822 on June 20, 2010
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Review: Rode the three loops today. Excellent downhill section on Sugarloaf Trail. Lots of rocks on descent but very navigable. Lots of steep climbs. Technical section off of Braghnam Trail. This trail starts at the scenic overlook area. Go left to descend and right to hit the technical section and back to Sugarloaf Trail. Not a beginner's trail.

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