Oka Run

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Trail Description
About this trail
This trail can be used as part of a loop of intermediate trails. To ride the loop, take the Walnut Connecter Trail from the parking lot for the Sycamore Trail. After 1.8 miles on the connector trail, take a right turn at the pond to ride the Walnut Trail. After 3.7 miles on the Walnut Trail, bear left to take the Oka Run Trail. After 1.3 miles, the trail comes back to the pond. (This loop as described, is in a CCW direction). The Oka Run Trail is a fun trail with a couple of short climbs. There are options off the trail for more advanced and technical riding. There's one creek crossing which may require a hike-a-bike.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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September 1, 2016
Review: Fun trail with one hike-a-bike section over a creek crossing. The trail is a bit twisty and turny, but fun. Has a couple of side trails with obstacles and more advanced features. Can be joined with the Walnut Trail to form a loop and with the Walnut Connector Trail together with the Walnut Trail to create a lollipop configuration from the main parking mountain biking parking lot at Harmonie State Park. A solid, fun intermediate trail. Not terribly technical and a few short climbs.

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