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Level: Beginner
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +90/94 ft
Total: 79 riders
 

Mountain Biking Quail Hollow

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#59 of 107 mountain bike trails in Ohio
#8662 in the world

Its a good trail for beginners or just trying out some new parts. Some technical parts overall an easy trail. Built and maintaned by CAMBA

First added by fable3022 on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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Just outside of Hartville, Ohio located on 13480 Congress Lake Avenue
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  • Tyler Fullington
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    This was my first trail since getting a real MTB and man I had a good time. It was pretty wet and muddy that day, but the trail was open so I gavfe it a shot. I ended up covered in mud but still had a great time. Nice mix between flowing sections and climbs, nothing overly technical really. A couple jumps near the beginning were fun. Some rock features and a wonderful swamp feature.

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  • ea34
    ****

    First trail I have ever ridden on and loved it. Great challenge for a beginner.

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  • swampboy62

    Quail Hollow is no longer an Ohio state park - I believe it's part of Stark County parks now.

    This is a great trail for beginners, or more advanced riders. For beginners it's short (3.2 miles), has little hills (less than 50 elevation in the whole park), has very little technical challenges, and is a one way trail.

    For more advanced riders the fun will come with the speed that you can get. Get in a couple of laps and it makes for a good day.

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  • Jeffrey A Snook
    *****

    Great trail for any level, you can make it what you want, slow ant technical or fast and flowing. We always ride at least two laps.

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  • BigFatBlack
    *****

    Awesome first time there, great flow and some fun little obstacles. Great place to take kids learning to ride trail.

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  • Richard Hespen
    ***

    This is a short, fun trail with decent flow and beginner technical features. Unlike many other short beginner trails, this one is well maintained. This is one of those trails that you shouldn't go out of your way to ride, but it would be great to have it in your neighborhood. I will put this on my short list of trails for introducing a rookie to the sport.

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  • john@jmkelly.com
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    Great place for a beginner or if you just want to do some fast riding. Stay away for a while after rain - this place stays muddy for a while.

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  • 32 Teeth
    ****

    Nice, quiet trail on state land. Fun and rolling flow with small obstacles. Designated cycling trail ... but could use a bit maintenance and the muddy spots tend to linger.

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  • buzzbinmike
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    I'm new to MTB and I'm told Quail Hollow is a great place to start. It wasn't crowded at all, or very technical that I noticed. The entire ride which is around 3mi. It is not more difficult than navagating my way down the sidewalks of Tusc going from Massillon to Canton. The most difficult part I found was approx 1/8 mi of sort of skinny boards going across the swamp. I am guessing total width was 24 inches wide. Nerve wracking for a beginner but other than that the course was easy for a new guy like me.

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  • ***

    Not a bad place....def better places but its nice when its 15 mins from home.

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  • jmj915
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    Nice trail for a beginner like me. First time ever on single track it was between this trail and West Branch. No problems at all and not crowded. Looking forward to going out again to get more comfortable before I venture on to any more difficult trails.

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  • slider22
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    Nothing too fancy about this trail. A few pretty wide bridges, flow is decent, not a whole lot of switchbacks, good trail for newbies getting into the sport.

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