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Level: Beginner
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +157/154 ft
Total: 64 riders

Mountain Biking Northwest Community Park

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#21 of 272 mountain bike trails in Texas
#715 in the world

A simple trail, perfect for beginners located in the outskirts of Frisco, TX. Although it is an excellent beginner trail, it still has a fair number of challenges, obstacles, and separate routes geared more towards experienced riders. The trail consists of three loops: an outer loop called the Ranger Loop, marked by blue, which is best for beginners, an inner loop called Wolverine, marked by orange, good for intermediate riders, and another inner loop called Redhawk, marked by red, and best for advanced riders. The total mileage of all the trails combined is 5 miles with about 400 feet of climbing. The trail is built on the side of a prarie hill and is mostly grassy with some good open field scenery. There are very few trees and very few roots which makes for an excellent, fast cross country course. Be sure to bring plenty of water on sunny days due to the lack of shade!

Visit www.dorba.org for more information.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
Dallas North Toll, go west on Panther Creek, north on Teel to Gloryview (dirt road on right) - park is north of Lonestar HS
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  • FredCook

    Great trail for those looking for a smooth fast flowing ride. Nothing really technical here, but if you push it, you'll get a little bit of cardio in. Lower your tire pressure a little and dig into the turns. :) As mentioned by others, no tree cover, but hey, it's north Texas! What'd you expect? The trail was really hard packed my last ride there. So much so that my knobby Kenda Nevegal's were humming like mud tires on a Jeep. The trail has a nice quick flow to it. Just enough easy climbing and descends to maintain a good pace. No real surprises to worry about as you're flying along. And for those interested, there is a pump track at the top of the hill "behind" the trail. Just continue up the hill past the trail's parking lot. One negative...nothing to do with the trail, but more about the area. Development is encroaching. It won't be long before another 10,000 homes surround this once quiet and somewhat remote trail. Instead of enjoying some north Texas prairie vista views, we'll be looking over endless grey rooftops and strip centers. :(

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