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Level: Intermediate
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +176/ -167 ft
Total: 34 riders

Mountain Biking Codorus State Park

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#70 of 294 mountain bike trails in Pennsylvania
#2,687 in the world

Mixture of fun, newer singletrack connected via XC-ski/snowmobile trails. You can put together some fun loops to make it decent mileage. Difficulty Level is beginner to intermediate.

First added by celwood85 on Jan 21, 2015. Last updated May 11, 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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2600 Smith Station Rd Hanover, PA 17331 United States
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  • rob123

    Trail 1 is in excellent shape minus a few mud pits. Don't trust the berms, after all the rain the berms are very soft and are only good for wheel catching. Trail 2 was about 90 percent good. Trail 2 had many sticks and medium sized branches scattered throughout the trail, as well as more mud pits than trail 1. Overall the trail is still in excellent condition.

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  • ChrisCue

    This trail system now has 6 miles of single track that is designed to be ridden in both directions totaling over 12 miles. We have a local group that has been working hard to build and maintain the trails. It is a great place to dial in your skills if you're a beginner to intermediate. There is "extra credit" features throughout the system if you look for them (kickers, hip jumps, gaps, and some larger jumps). Look up Hanover Mountain Bike Community on Facebook for more information. There are quite a few advanced riders that ride here for training ect. Everyone is very nice and courteous to all that come out.

    As for the break ins, that guy has been arrested and is in jail. But always be careful about your personal belongings in your car.

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  • Alston Schwarz

    Don't leave anything of value in your vehicle had everything stolen out of my wallet tonight after they broke into my truck

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  • wvvelo

    Lots of roots in sections! Mostly Intermediate when muddy...the conditions the day I was there.

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  • derek jennings

    It's a fun place to ride, pretty flat but lots of intersecting trails and fun singletrack

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  • Rick_Miller

    During the Spring/Summer it is very overgrown with plenty of thorny bushes and such. Also, full of cob webs and such due to lack of use during warm months. Highly recommend it in the winter though. Mostly relaxed trails with a few minor technical parts.

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  • Skiler325

    First time ever, we had a blast. Nothing hardcore.

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  • Rick_H

    The single track is decent, some roots and tree obstacles, just have to watch for the thorns its tight in some areas. Nice views around the lake, and a few small jumps here and there. I prefer the RH side from the parking lot the upper entry runs into trail 1 which is good, that will hit trail 2and loop you around. Wider snowmoble trails to the LH side, but some nice open down hill.

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    The trial design is nice and there are plenty of intertwining loops. However, the trails are not clearly marked and the huge overgrowth is a real bummer. The trail would be really sweet of if were well maintained.

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  • ChrisCue

    Went out here for the second time this year. It is overgrown with briars right now. Its a decent trail in the early spring or fall. I am local here and would love to do some work out here if I can get some volunteers. For now I'll be heading to Rocky Ridge or the Watershed!

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  • tymnetpa

    Other than fire trails pretty narrow not well maintained a lot over growth. ridings trails fighting overgrowth on trails

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  • bsidles

    Rode here for the first time today, very fun and a variety of trails and loops. Easy place to ride for a few hours and not get bored. I will be back and bomb these trails once I get my new 29er

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  • 8valvegrowl

    Fun and easy singletrack segments, connected via wider grassy trails.

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