Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Elevation: +75/ -75 ft
Total: 35 riders
Mountain Biking Pleasant Valley Nature Park
#50 of 387 mountain bike trails in Wisconsin
1 mile Begginner Loop
1 mile Intermediate Loop
2 mile Advanced Loop
First added by OZCO on Mar 19, 2015. Last updated Apr 24, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: yes
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Pleasant Valley Nature Park, 4301 Pleasant Valley Rd., Town of Cedarburg.
Take Grafton or Saukeville exits from I43. Park is located on Pleasant Valley Road between Maple and Sheboygan Rd. Trail Head is located at the parking area.
Nice set of trails for the area, as there isn't much else. Some punchy climbs and ups & down flowing through the woods. I was disappointed the trail wasn't longer, but what does exist was fun. Living about 45 minutes away, I would only choose these trails if I was trying to squeeze in a ride and they were closest. The trails were somewhat marked. I ended up on a walk-only trail at one point and didn't realize it.Thank |
This trail is cool for what it is but do I think it is worth being rated on of the best in the state? No. The trails in the northern kettles are much better. Even glacier blue hills is better.
That being said, this trail is fun to do laps on. Its more of one of those tight techy trails that never ever ever ever seems to dry out. Most difficult thing about this trail is not skidding out in some mud. It is very well maintained and has some great little features and bridges to it. I enjoy it for what it is. Can ride before work and not be too exhausted.Thank |
Just rode it was a blast. I have talked to the people who maintain it and they are very nice. You can really get flowing if it.Thank |
This is a very nice trail in Cedarburg. Despite having a small amount of land to play with, you can find tight and twisty or fast and straight here. The climbs are often short and very, very steep, so granny gears are required. Also, the wildlife is amazing! Snakes, birds, and deer are regular trail-side acquaintances.Thank |
This is a fun, pretty technical trail, more so than any other trail that I have visited in the area. One thing to watch for are a few 2-way sections, and usually both people have to walk their bikes to pass each other because the trail is so narrow.Thank |
Fun trail. Decent length and well maintained. Great for riders of all skill levels!Thank |
Great trail for beginners or seasoned riders, and well maintained.Thank |