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Level: Intermediate
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +404/ -617 ft
Total: 34 riders

Mountain Biking Morsches Park

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#27 of 101 mountain bike trails in Indiana
#2,646 in the world

This is a challenging trail with lots of curves and some pretty cool downhills... Brst single track in the Fort Wayne area...

First added by darter4 on Sep 4, 2010. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • 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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Getting there
Go on Hwy 30 west out of Fort Wayne. Take a left on State route 205 and the park is on the right just over the hill... Turn right and go up by the tennis courts and trail head is next to the sign...
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  • Harry_eman

    great trails and some sick jumps

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  • irv0735

    Nice little trail, making the most of the space available. The south loop is a little more technical than the north, but the north has some nice sections that are worth checking out. Trail is a little overgrown and seems to take 3-4 days to really dry out. I rode 3 days after some rain and there were still a couple slick spots to be mindful of.
    Quite a few tree roots have been exposed forming some small natural drops, which are fun to take with some speed. Not a super flowy trail though. It's difficult to carry much speed as not many turns are banked. A couple of the climbs were challenging for my bald tires (time to get new ones for sure).

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  • outlander   ✓ supporter

    Fun trail loops. Nice mix of hills and fast single track. I really enjoy the layout and ride. Depending on how often the trails are maintained, sticker bushes encroach on the trails and can snag you.

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  • J-Dogg   ✓ supporter

    Great fun trail. Well maintained by the local crew. Not very technical but a great cardio workout when you kick it up and do a couple laps. A few drops and jumps. Bit muddy today but adds to the fun. Start at the tennis court parking lot where there's a trail map.

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  • offroadbikerdude

    Not technical but tight and twisty. Has some small climbs as well. Easy trail to follow. Not much traffic on these trails. Worth checking out if in the area.

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  • Tim Yoder

    Not a bad little trail... unfortunately due to road construction you can not ride both sides of the park at this time with out getting back in your car and driving to the other side. Other then that I enjoyed riding it.

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  • Bubblehead10MM   ✓ supporter

    I liked this one a lot. I'm going 4 stars although that may be a little grade inflation. For a park in town it has a lot of trail. About 7-8 miles although some of that is backtracking between N and S. The park and trail is divided by US-30. TH at tennis court on S end but you could start out from N side near hywy. It opens with some good climbing bits if you take the optional loops, which are more like main trail with optional by pass. On the N side there's a nice technical option that parallels the green for a bit, you'll see where to drop in, and someone has been busy building a new section at the N end. It's a bit technical with some sharp steep climbs and drops, still a little loose, and off camber in places, old trail acts as a bypass. Then the milk run all the way back to tennis courts(Mostly) Runners go backwards. Mostly kinda easy but sure was fun.

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  • treky92

    Lots of fun with several different options on what path you want to take. There are a lot of short and rooted climbs and tight twisty sections. There is also not much traffic of walkers or other bike traffic.

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  • batman0077

    Not very technical, good for a timed workout. Not worth a long drive, but good for the beginner.

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