Eastwood Trails

3.27 out of 5
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↑ 1,700 ft
↓ 1,100 ft
elevation (ft)

Trail Description
About this trail
This route has paths for all skill levels. It is a single track and has lots of turns. Most of it is in the woods but some comes out into a meadow. One flaw is that you can hear the cars and highway most, if not all of the time. It is fun and if you want some challenges they are definately there.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (11)


July 23, 2018
Review: It's the anti-flow trail. The zero momentum, sandy turns, overgrown sections, chaotic system.


August 1, 2016
stumpyfsr Singletrack  
Review: Cool little network. Sandy, rocky, rooted and with technical features thrown here and there. Nothin too difficult for any intermediate rider


July 9, 2016
Scott737 Doubletrack  
Review: I agreed with others who made the comments on review. I can see that it's ideal for beginner who want to upgrade into intermediate level, it's a good start for the beginners. There's some segments that need some trimming such as hanging over plants and tree branches. There's a lot of sharp thorns from Russian kind plants scratched my skins and pulled my clothes.... Since I have rode over 20 intermediate levels trails, I rated this as okay...not so great but fun enough for a quick ride.

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May 21, 2015
JF37 Granny Gear  
Review: Portions of the trail are very tight and technical with fast descents followed by quick corners and steep climbs. A few other portions of the trail are less challenging, overall a good balance and a well maintained trail.

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July 12, 2014
Willy W Granny Gear  
Review: I really enjoyed this trail. Lots of switchbacks & ups & downs through thick forest. Various features of varying difficulty with a nice park on top in meadow. Nothing too difficult, just a lot of fun!

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June 2, 2014
hanry Granny Gear  
Review: This is the first time I've been on this trail, I wasn't overly impressed but it was still pretty decent. I didn't get a chance to see the whole trail, ran out of light, but the parts I did see had quite a few small branches hanging over the trail and there was no other option besides taking a hit. Some of the corners were sandy too. Other than that the consistency of the dirt was great. I would definitely recommend this trail for a beginner. It's a good place to work on skills. I'd go back.


September 1, 2012
Jared13 Epic  
Review: A very nice trail inside city limits. A few turns had some sand and silt in them and it could use some mowing in a few sections, but it's a great trail with a decent amount of climbing.
The top section seems a bit long because it's out in the open but it was a great area to let it rip. The skills section up there was a BLAST also. Log pile, into a teeter totter into an elevated skinny along with a few other log skinnies. And it was all easily loopable.
It's mostly directional but I did have some issues finding the trail again after the grass sections by baseball fields.

If you're in the area, it's definitely worth the trip. I drove just over an hour to get there.

July 20, 2012
Review: Pros:
- great beginner/ inter technical challanges to build confidence
- very well designed mtb dedicated single track, great use of space
- good variation from open field to tight switchbacks to quick little ups and downs
- some North Shore inspired obstacles

- none really other than wish there was more

First rode here six years ago while passing through, not much back then. The local mtb club has really worked hard to make something from nothing with much success! Start at the furthest forest section on your right near the volleyball court.


July 18, 2012
Review: I liked it. It is very twisty. There're a tun of switchbacks, especially In the NW quadrant, which is the first part of the trail after starting in the middle. The park is shared with xc ski trail, that the bike trail crosses occasionally and can use as bail out. Except for the part out on the grass the trail pretty much goes up or down the whole time, and it was a good cardio challenge for an old guy. It's marked for one way. Lots of little features like log tops teeter totter, skinnie things and a table drop, and log piles. The bottom switch backs tend to be loose sandy/silty. Just when I thought It was about to end, well it was, but not before routeing 3 round trips up and down the E end hill. Very nice, place for a park in town.

* Review edited 7/18/2012

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July 12, 2011
Daswin Granny Gear  
Review: This was e first trail I have tried out and it was a lot of fun. There were portions where the weeds were very thick and close to the trail so I would recommend pants, as some of the weeds were blackberries.

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