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Level: Easiest
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +89/ -77 ft
Total: 1 riders

Mountain Biking Hickory Creek Trail

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#70 of 88 mountain bike trails in Kansas
#10,586 in the world

Hickory Creek Trail includes approximately 15 miles of multi-use trails with a variety of terrain - woodlands, rocky creeks, open prairie, old roads

First added by Schmo on Dec 26, 2017. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
3 miles north of Burlington, Kansas, on Hwy. 75, south of BETO Junction (Hwy 75/I-35). At south end of New Strawn, turn and go west for approx. 1/2 mile on Embankment Road SW; take sweeping curve to the left and continue 1 mile. The entrance to Damsite parking is located just before you start across John Redmond Dam. Upon entering the park, take an immediate right and then another right to reach the Pin Oak and Damsite North areas.
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  • Schmo

    Well, this is my second attempt to map out this trail. When I got started the trail was kind of a road that led out to the prairie grass. I don't know what to classify this trail as. Its a mowed path close to eight foot wide. This part of the trail is well maintained. Lots of short cuts between the switchbacks. when I got down to the pond I was on another road. This took me to the blacktop at 16th St. where I had to cross. This put me on another road that led me to a double gate. Here you make a left into the brush on another mowed path. Watch out for the stobs. The fallen limbs were a bit slick with the light snow and a bit hard to make my way. Not the best maintenance here. After crossing the ditch the trail got better and led me to another road. Follow this to the blacktop and cross over again. You stay in the mowed path and things jus kind of repeat themselves. I got to the point where I would be going into thick timber. Its deer season here so I headed back. Don't figure I missed anything worth seeing. Save yourself the trouble, your not missing anything either.

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