Horns Hill Park

4.00 out of 5
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I haven't ridden here yet, but I want to add these trails to the database because I want to add them to my wish list. From what I can see on the internet, there are four trails (purpose cut ST DH runs), adding up to maybe 5 miles. There are berms, dirt jumps, rollers, small gaps, small walls and wooden drops. Do a DH run, and then either pedal back up the short hill for another run or shuttle up. It looks like Central Ohio has a nice little DH park here.
I said the config is a "network" because the climb back to the top is rather short, so I would just keep networking trails together by riding the road back up. Of course many probably see this as a shuttle config. I look forward to hearing from those who have ridden here.
added by mongwolfEpic
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Granny Gear

March 3, 2019
Review: Opens Easter then closes October 31

Granny Gear

October 3, 2017
Infj88 Granny Gear  
Review: Love this spot! Although I'm new to DH/FR I was seriously surprised and impressed by these trails. It's over grown is the only reason I didn't give 5 stars. I'm going there tomorrow with a garden rake and some other tools to help with washouts and debris. This spot is SKETCHY in the raddest way possible

Bunny Hop

September 4, 2017
Review: After I bought my DH bike (three years ago) this was the first place I came too. While a dual crown fork and eight inches of travel aren't required for these trails they are still loads of fun on a big bike. These trails are basically all jump lines with the exception of some wooden "North Shore" type features and some rocks towards the bottom of one trail. I've always shuttled back to the top but the road offers a smooth climb to those who are feeling some cardio. If maintenance seems lacking it's because basically one man does it all. Many black diamond features all with ride arounds, gapped jumps are rollable, a fun place to learn drops, jumps and berms at speed.

Similar Trail: Mohican Wilderness

August 22, 2016
Review: Fastest, sketchiest trail Iv ridden in Ohio. I rode it late July 2016 and it was very overgrown making it quite difficult to even find the trails. When you go in to horns hill park you will take the road all the way til it sort of flattens out and the trails will be off the road to your left, if you see the water storage on the left you've gone too far so loop back around. I rode by myself so no shuttle opportunity but you should know it's not a short climb back up especially in 90 degree heat

Similar Trail: None in central Ohio


March 7, 2016
mongwolf Epic  
Review: Looks like a small area but a very cool place to ride. My son and I passed through here a couple of years ago and didn't know the park was here. I look forward to riding here in the future. Here are few links to give you a feel for the trails, people, history, and condition. Plus there are several good videos posted on YouTube. http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2009/06/01/Newpark.ART_ART_06-01-09_B1_JGE18UA.html https://ohiodownhill.wordpress.com/horns-hill/ https://ohiodownhill.wordpress.com/category/horns-hill/ http://ohiosingletrack.com/trailcondition.php?tabid=50

Horns Hill Park MTB Trail 4.00 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.
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