Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Elevation: +553/ -761 ft
Total: 50 riders
Mountain Biking Jordan Creek Parkway
#97 of 294 mountain bike trails in Pennsylvania
On any given day this park can be very busy with Baseball , Tennis , Frisbee Golf
and Biking. On Wednesdays there are local bike shop group rides. The trails are
used for hiking and trail running and several trails will cross or follow the Frisbee
Golf fairways. There is one main jeep trail from the trail head and all trails lead
back to it. You shouldn't get lost. There are 2 climbs and one is long and
relatively steep the other is more technical. There are several smaller climbs.
The trails are used hard and most are crossed with roots and pocked with rocks.
Average speed is about 6 mph. The entire system leans more to the technical
side of MTBing but remains easy. Many log crossings , a few switchbacks , a few
fast areas. Over all , a great place to get started or learn. Watch out for hikers
and their dogs. Give the frisbee golfers some courtesy and please take out
everything you bring in.
First added by Rocky666 on May 8, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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From route 22 in allentown take the 15th street exit. If you are heading WEST
on 22 you will make a right onto 15th street. If you are heading EAST on 22
you will make a left onto 15th street. This is actually Mauch Chunk Rd and you
will pass ROTHROCK auto dealer on your right. Follow to a stop sign and make a
right turn. Follow for about 1/2 mile until you come to a Stop Light. This area
can become very congested during rush hour. At the first light make a right
onto Scherersville Rd. and follow through until you pass the tennis courts. The
parking area and Trail Head is on the left just after the tennis courts.