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Level: Intermediate
Length: 0 mi (0 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +915/603 ft
Total: 17 riders
 

Mountain Biking Chenango Valley State Park

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#140 of 317 mountain bike trails in New York
#2989 in the world

there is an ever growing and evolving network of single track in the park. Many people come here and ride the hiking paths and the old towpaths. If you cannot find the good stuff, anyone you might see on a mountain bike should be able to put you in the right direction. Some trails here are more technical than others, nothing too extreme, while others are nice flowing single track. You will find rocks, roots, mud, dirt, uphill, downhill, flats, basically everything that isn't big mountain downhill riding.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • No Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • Restrooms
Getting there
Exit 3 off interstate 88, head north on rt. 369 for 3 or 4 mile to state park road, on your left, enter park via this road.
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Dry (May 26, 2018)
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  • eddttt
    *****

    Love this park! Mostly because it offers several different micro-enviroments. Between entrance road & creek there is a flat, lazy, twisty trail meandering through a beautiful 'fern field' (sparce trees, ground covered in ferns). Exploring rest of park will bring you through a beautiful swamp area (sidewalk goes throug there), some wide, flowy, hiking trails with plenty of choices to get off onto tighter singletrack. Woods area is bisected by an open powerline area with a scenic overlook over a cliff. There are somewhat-difficult (lots of roots) trails around lake. There is a short, very scenic, elevated road (heading towards golf course) with sharp drops off either side looking far down to pondlake on each side. Trails dry very quickly. A day after hard rains, it's likely you will only find one spot with puddles.

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  • eddttt
    *****

    Love this park! Mostly because it offers several different micro-enviroments. Between entrance road & creek there is a flat, lazy, twisty trail meandering through a beautiful 'fern field' (sparce trees, ground covered in ferns). Exploring rest of park will bring you through a beautiful swamp area (sidewalk goes throug there), some wide, flowy, hiking trails with plenty of choices to get off onto tighter singletrack. Woods area is bisected by an open powerline area with a scenic overlook over a cliff. There are somewhat-difficult (lots of roots) trails around lake. There is a short, very scenic, elevated road (heading towards golf course) with sharp drops off either side looking far down to pondlake on each side. Trails dry very quickly. A day after hard rains, it's likely you will only find one spot with puddles.

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  • ***

    Nice place for a ride A little of everything nothing big good place to learn plus there is wild life everywhere spent over 2 hrs and had a great time

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  • RoadWarrior
    ***

    A little of everything. except big anything. Tow path-easy, ST between Tow Path and river is beginner, but is so sweet everyone should ride it. most everything else is intermediate varying width ST. The one thing you will not find here is buffed trail, it's all roots, and rock. Overall a good way to spend a few hours .Lots of scenic views along the lake.

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