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Level: Intermediate
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 25 riders

Mountain Biking Copper Creek

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#229 of 285 mountain bike trails in Virginia
#11328 in the world

Go down a black path located at the very end of Copper Ridge Drive, go past
the "no dumping signs" and a playground then a little farther to the trail
head. The trail is short but has multiple jumps and 1 teeter totter.

First added by DDDoherty on May 1, 2020. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
its near Frying Pan Park, which also has good trails. Copper Ridge drive is off
of Centerville road. Coming from route 28 go to frying pan road and then take
right on to Centerville, copper ridge is your next left.
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  • gemourer

    This trail no longer exists. There is a large tree that has fallen across what looks like the trail head. The woods and weeds have reclaimed whatever was once a trail as of September 2, 2016.

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  • blakninjacat

    Please note that this trail is being redone and the mini loop is open but probably not worth your time to come yet.

    * Review edited 8/2/2011

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  • kennyb

    This trail is in bad shape. It is not being cared for. Thought I could try a quick ride on it but there are tons of down trees, overgrown bushes etc...
    Hit 3 huge spider webs in 20 feet...Huge meaning not built overnight...I don't think anyone goes on this trail.

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  • AJRussell91

    wasnt a big fan of it.. a lot of downed trees and I lost the trail at some spots. but the jumps were fun

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  • AlexGilmore24

    This has got to be the most exhilerating, breathtaking, exhausting trail I have ridden on! WAY HARDER THAN FOUNTAINHEAD!!! At the beginning, it may appear to be an easy ride, but fear not!!! If you are brave enough to ride the half pipe (the new addition added for the new decade) speeds of over 35 mph are expected. If you are lucky enough to survive the half pipe, the last half of the trail is full of twists and turns and very technical. Once you finally make it up the last big hill (most people who ride the trail cannot make it up without walking) you will have proved to yourself once and for all you are a true mountain biker. * Review edited 7/23/2010

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  • blakninjacat

    The trail is getting larger every day more people are making new trails it will soon be at least 5 miles.

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  • ryanmbeal

    Interesting Ride thanks to the couple of jumps put in but note that this is still a very short loop. It rides about 3 minutes long.

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  • blakninjacat

    This trail now has different routes to avoid the wet spots after it rains. these different routes have jumps and not that many turns so you can go fast.* Review edited 8/27/2009

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  • blakninjacat

    This trail is crazy good. It has sweet jumps that you can get a lot of air on. It has an awesome teeter totter. There are some root gardens also. This trail is a very short loop but once you get around you will want to keep going around.* Review edited 8/18/2009

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