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Level: Intermediate
Length: 24 mi (38.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +308/ -163 ft
Total: 26 riders

Mountain Biking Beebe Hill State Forest

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#38 of 297 mountain bike trails in New York
#1,905 in the world

Since 2010 the trails at Beebe Hill State Forest have grown in number about 18 and the mileage is up over 23 as of Jan. 2018. With the help of the NYS DEC we have created several purpose built mtb trails. These trails exist on the Beebe Hill side of CO. RT 5, off Fog Hill Rd. N & S and East of NY 22 on Harvey Mountain.

First added by RoadWarrior on Apr 28, 2013. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Exit 3B off I-90 near the NY-MA border, take Rt 22 south 5.5 miles to Austerlitz and turn
right on CR 5 Exactly 2 miles will be a short gravel road on the left leading to the
parking area, this is 100 yards past Barrett's Pond, and 100 yards before Fog Hill Rd.
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  • mtbbeta
    Reviewing ORC:

    Super fun trail with great features!! It has jumps, drops and log rides.

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  • mtbbeta

    The Fun factor here is full stoke! Great features, including skinnies, rollers and jumps. The trails are well maintained but not well marked. Use Trailforks to navigate the area.

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  • Peter Cook

    Contact Columbia Mountain Bike Alliance on Facebook for more info. A lot has changed. You can get a solid 3 hour ride without really riding the same trail. Maps available.

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  • Jason_Kahn

    The trail network at Beebe Hill State Forest in Austerlitz, NY has grown considerably in the past 2 years. We are approaching the magic 20 mile mark in 2016, which we should meet by May. While most of the trails have technical aspects there are a few that are just fast, flowy fun. Highlights include Red Eft, Bear Brook, Dirtfish and Solitude. These trails are all on the Fog Hill Road side of the forest. They are not to be missed. You can also access the trail network from NY route 22 directly across from East Hill Rd.

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  • dirtygerdy

    Beebe Hill is owned by CCMBA and they make some trails in the area. ORC is located behind the kiosk and has double diamond features on it. Did not try the fog hill side but the Facebook page says that there is more trails over there. If anybody finds trails over there write a review about it so I can ride it. Watch out for police searching for natural marijuiana growing in the area. Over all very great trail but not for beginners. Experts only.

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  • CCMBA1

    This forest has a combination of purpose built singletrack and trails constructed by the forest ranger. Some of the ranger trails see very little traffic and might be overgrown and hard to follow.
    The purpose built trails are a combination of flowy singletrack sprinkled with tech features and some very rocky slow tech trails that requires some solid bike skills. Trails can be accessed from Beebe Hill parking area and by crossing route 5 and locating the blue trail of Fog HIll Rd. For more information on this spot. Search Columbia County Mountain Bike Alliance on Facebook. The FB Page has lots of good info.

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  • Jason_Kahn
    Reviewing Gimme Shelter:

    This is a flow trail that can be enjoyed by newbies and experts alike. Connected to ORC you can do lap after lap with little climbing. Great rollers and berms.

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  • Jason_Kahn
    Reviewing ORC:

    This trail rips! fast and has a fair share of fun stunts, log rides, rock drops, rollers and jumps.

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  • RoadWarrior

    Went back the next day and rode the White Diamond Trail (Blazed with white diamonds) as full loop. 2.2 miles 32 min. Trail will give your bike handling skills a workout. additional trail is in the works.

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