Level: Beginner
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 18 riders

Mountain Biking Cadyville

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Park at the end of the parking lot by the ball fields and enter the trails on the left. Generally, the trail is one big loop back to the park. Go left or right on the trail. It may be easy to get turned around but remember that the trails are contained between the surroundin roads. Also, orient yourself to the fields, and know that you will end up back there at some point. Other ATV users occasionally. Trails link with powerlines and other snowmobile trails.

First added by mountainzen on Mar 22, 2006. Last updated Apr 30, 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
Take route 3 west from Plattsburgh, NY to Cadyville. Take left at gas station and left into Cadyville town park. (Tennis courts/ playground/ ballfields).
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  • MtrlF45

    Great fun single tracks with some ups and downs. Very quiet place, not much indications but you can hardly lost yourself. We were surprise to see a great fall. I will come back with the kids (8, 10 and 13) I am pretty sure they will love it (except one up and one down, they will have to walk :-).

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  • Snyderdan

    Great trail system if you are new to the area and can't afford time to get lost. Easy to navigate on your own but as noted exploration will pay off. There are some very rocky technical trails on the other side of the service road at the back of the trails. This little loop has a couple variations that follow an oxbow on the Saranac River and add a very different element to this network. Also there are several hidden trails that loop up and down the hillside between the right side of the ball fields(opposite the parking lot) and the service road. Several locals were out late this fall leaf blowing all these trails to keep them running late into the fall. Super fun and full of hidden challenges.

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  • muddy

    Great single track trail system. Only downside is the trail system occasionally intersects with a disc golf course.

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  • Roy Lancaster

    Easy going main trails with some small jumps. There are some nice single track trails that are a bit hidden, but if you're not afraid to explore a bit you'll find them. Note that a lot of the single tracks aren't well maintained not being the main trails. There are a couple down hills spots, but nothing crazy. All in all a fun trail for a small ride.

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  • jstack11

    Nice trails. Very heavily used park. Some trail are really easy, and 10 feet wide. Others are nice single tracks. The maps there are really for very easy hiking. Take the trails not as much taken and you will be rewarded. Just not enough miles

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  • runindoc

    I visited the trails twice, once trail running and then riding. Not single track. I think it was better for running thatn biking. Also, lots of sand.

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  • *****

    Good times not to technical roots rocks and some down hill all in all fun

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