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Level: Advanced
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +1,410/948 ft
Total: 49 riders
 

Mountain Biking Camp Tuscazoar

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#6 of 107 mountain bike trails in Ohio
#467 in the world

Be sure to sign in and out at the kiosk at the end of the parking area. The trailhead is located behind the museum/ log cabin. Most run this trail counterclockwise. Follow white trail markers with bicycle symbols.

First added by rpmarheine on May 11, 2020. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From I-77 exit 93 go east on OH-212. Turn left on OH-800 to stay on OH-212/OH-800 then right back onto OH-212. Right on to Boy Scout Road and follow signs to camp Tuscazoar
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  • Ksmez
    *****

    Love this trail system it has everything from beginner to expert and is super well maintained!

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  • Josh Fleischer
    *****

    keeps getting better year after year, new trails for beginners on east side, and some nice flowing sections, new markers for the trails. and new sections added. always fun

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  • sarahdactyl
    *****

    I love this place. Not a lot of obstacles or anything particularly technical and there's some awesome views. The hardest part is the climbs but well worth the work when you start going down. Iron mines trail is where it's at!

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  • buzzbinmike
    *****

    Wayyyyyy better going the opposite direction. Only took about an hour to complete and the hills weren't as crazy. Right now it is covered in leaves and a little hard to follow.

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  • buzzbinmike
    *****

    I thought this trail was a rough one only because of the steep hills. I was exhausted when I was done!!! Other than that the terrain isn't very rough at all with minimal roots and rocks. I'd do it again.

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  • matthost27
    ****

    Great place to ride, but there are lots of hills, an creek cross throughs, was somewhat muddy when I went, easy trail for someone who has decent cardio an has some experience

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  • john@jmkelly.com
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    Trail development happening for 2 years now. Moderate skill level trails. Very hilly. Not a good place to bring beginners. The Dirt Line organization is actively developing the trail system here.

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