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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 6 riders

Mountain Biking Norwalk Reservoir

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#69 of 108 mountain bike trails in Ohio
#10207 in the world

This is a simple loop with several offshoots. The singletrack is beginner friendly and has plenty of potential. There is currently a claimed 4 miles. Firelands Mountain Bikers is looking to really develop this network.

First added by Richard Hespen on May 1, 2020. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
The trail is behind the Norwalk Reservoir. Enter by the water tower and proceed all the way to the back. After the asphalt ends, proceed to the treeline, just past the pavilion on your left. The singletrack entrance is a path in the treeline that is not currently marked.
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  • Katie M Deitsch

    Needs trail maintenance and the trail had multiple offshoots that were not marked. They were some sections that were for intermediate riders and I got lost because nothing was marked, the beginning of the trail is marked by two short wooden posts at the back of the park.

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  • jake2225

    fun for beginners but also has some stuff that is challenging for more experienced riders. Has some tight turns without burms which are a fun challenge. Uphills and many straights can be found as well. Overall a good, low traffic MTB trail system.

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  • Erichitscar

    This trail gets better every week. Some local riders have adopted it and are working hard to make it great! Fun little track that offers a lot of suprises!

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  • Richard Hespen

    This small trail system is beginner friendly. It can't compete with the big trails, but it's a great place to pick up an after work ride.

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