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Level: Beginner
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +192/173 ft
Total: 8 riders
 

Mountain Biking Berkshire Trail

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#79 of 110 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#10240 in the world

The trail is about a 3.5 mile loop through woods, but has several alternate trails shooting off of it. Some sections very technical, others better for speed.

First added by darrensq on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
Take Birkshire Valley Road from Route 15 South in Wharton NJ, drive on Berkshire Valley Road for about 2.2 miles (the road turns to gravel after a while), then just after passing County Lane on the right hand side is a small dirt parking area.
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Overgrown (on Dec 6, 2012)
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  • Turtle4418@aol.com
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    Review trail elevations to chose your difficulty.  Some trails are tights with steep elevation changes. Others are very beginner. Large rock and water add to the challenge.

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  • dirtybirdnj
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    This trail was extremely rocky and didn't seem like people had done any trail maintanence. We went about a half mile in and turned back when it didn't get any better. Dickerson Mine Preserve is really close, and has much more fun trails.

    A guy was walking his dog on this trail and commented that he never really sees anybody out there. I can see why! Maybe will go back and check it out at a later date... but trails definately need some TLC.

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  • darrensq

    Last time I went the trail (2012-12-04) was littered with fallen trees marked for removal, so riding was very stop and go.

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  • darrensq

    Last time I went the trail (2012-12-04) was littered with fallen trees marked for removal, so riding was very stop and go.

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