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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +177/193 ft
Total: 77 riders

Mountain Biking Dickerson Mine Preserve

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#33 of 110 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#3150 in the world

This is a quickly expanding singletrack network maintained by Jersey Off Road Biking Association. The singletrack has both climbs and switchbacks and are very well maintained. Go to jorba.org/dickerson_mine_preserve for more information.

First added by Phillychris498 on Jun 15, 2020. Last updated Jun 15, 2020. → add an update
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South of route 46 east.
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  • rnagy

    Has a mixed bag of challenges. Up hills, most short and manageable. Lots of rocks. Just enough to keep you on the bike and be a significant challenge. My first time here, will come back and I'm sure it will be more fun with the knowledge gained today. Well maintained.

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  • Paul Anthony Haskin

    I would give it five stars, but there is work to be done... Going back in a few days with an entrenching tool and hatchet to build it up a bit.

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  • King kudos

    Great overall JORBA does a good job maintaining it its rather small but Def worth the trip to check it out. Not crowded at all

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  • 12hilltop

    Great for after work. I would usually spend about an hour and there may be a little more time needed todouble back some of the trails. Over all ...... well-maintained and others are little flaky but when you're around a mountain bike into the woods you should always be fun overall the course is a little bit on the small side but I am definitely is worth the effort

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  • dirtybirdnj

    This trail has some really well maintained parts, but others are hard to ride over. Access is great, there's a decent crushed rock lot where there's ample parking.

    The first day out we started doing the white trail, but ended up going off on the orange tape trail when we found it. The orange tape was the most fun, there were some great switchbacks and almost all of it was really well maintained. Lots of trees were cut to un-block the trail... the only knock against this were there were a couple spots where it was kinda narrow and I had to slow down to not hit anything.

    The white square trail is good, but a lot of it we couldn't ride. The part you encounter right from the trailhead is good, there's a cool cutout of a tree that you can ride under. Lots of access to fire trails to go in between stuff too.

    This was only my first visit and it seems like there's still more to explore, we will definately be going back though!

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