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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 14 riders
 

Mountain Biking Park-harbor Trail

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#116 of 294 mountain bike trails in Pennsylvania
#4,365 in the world

Located in the Lawrence County West Park Nature Center. Easy to more difficult network of single track. Newly opened with begginners in mind, one direction trail. Open and flowy with a few tight sections. Nice Ride in the woods. 2+ additional miles planned for next year. Multi-use Trail for Hikers and Cross Country Runners. The trail is intended to develop skills of beginner riders and give locals a place to close to home for a quick ride. Trailhead has maps at kiosk or check out the map on line at http://www.lawrencecd.org/MTB%20Trail.htm

First added by Dirtcon42 on Sep 14, 2010. Last updated May 1, 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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Getting there
From the intersection of Route 422/I-376 and Route 224 (near Wal-Mart) take Route 224 West for 0.8 miles and bear to the right onto Old Youngstown Road. Go 0.7 miles toWest Park Nature Center on the right (just across from the New Castle Airport). Use First or Southern Entrance. Trailhead at cul-de-sac at the end of the Road
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  • Mark Scheller
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    I just got back into mountain biking at 46. I live very close to this trail but never new it existed until finding it on singletracks. It is a very easy trail with very little elevation change. The trails are pretty rooty and have some debris on them from the forest. There are a couple tree crossings you can do or work around them on side trails. There are some nice bridge crossings as well. The trails alternate between wooded trails and open fields at a power line. For my first time out in quite a while I had a blast. I'll definitely be coming back for some quick rides.

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  • swampboy62
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    Trails finished in 2010, and were supported by Lawrence Co. Conservation District for a while but now look to be pretty much unmaintained. Beginner/intermediate skill level. This place needs a couple of locals to adopt it and bring it back to life.

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  • enchantressheather
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    Unless you live nearby or are just getting into the sport I would not come here. It was nice to let my dog run with me while riding since there was no one else here. It was more fun speeding down the gravel road than the trail.

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  • 32 Teeth
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    Short and fun trail. Descent signage but needs a bit more to help adventurous visitors to stay off private property. The trails are more on the intermediate side and could use some more shoots and jumps.

    Overal, great single track with fun switchbacks and a fair helping of rolling hills and elevation.

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  • bikerfish

    I rode it yesterday to try out my new bike, trails haven't been used in a while, but still a good time and a fun place to spend a spare hour or so.

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  • ***

    A decent ride for beginners, if your experienced probably only worth the trip if you close by. Some sections are nice and flowing, some are not. Slides and chutes area is pretty fun. The short loop at the parking lot thats listed as difficult is about 3 minutes of boredom. Since the entires trail system is so short it would be nice if they added some more obstacles, ramps, and bridges.

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