Odessa Mtn park is 10 miles of trails available to almost every skill level. You must be a member of Permain Basin Bicycle Association. Helmets required!
Great place to ride and great people every time we go
Odessa MTBP is a very well kept trail system. It's has something for everyone and will still keep you guessing and interested after many hours. Well marked trails and mostly rocky and gravel terrain. There are some very technical areas to try, but I suggest walking them out before you ride.
What a great trail! The park is useable by every skill level. The red trail is will get your heart rate up with multiple technical trails. The trails are marked well and flow well! Watch out for slithering wild life!
Best MTB trail system in West Texas this side of Palo Duro and El Paso. Tight and technical with trails for all skill levels. I ride here 5-10 times a month, and I've never grown tired of it. If you're not local, it's definitely worth checking out if you're ever in the area.
The best trail 150 miles. Very versatile riding with beginner to expert loops
The trail system incorporates two old large earthen pits with well marked beginner, intermediate, and advanced trails. The advanced trails are challenging and most of the trails have excellent flow. There aren't any long hill climbs but lots of ups and downs that make the trails a good aerobic workout. The trails are mostly hard pack and with some rocky sections.
The area is surprisingly fun, especially considering how flat the typical terrain is in the Midland-Odessa area.
Great place for any rider.
Beginner Intermediate and advanced trails
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