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Mountain Biking Quarry Trails Metro Park

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#63 of 111 mountain bike trails in Ohio
#5,088 in the world

Bike trails and bike park like features. Opening November 30, 2021.

First added by Jeff Barber on Nov 29, 2021. Last updated Nov 10, 2021. → add an update
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    • hazmat0
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      The good news: 200' of quarry pit offers a lot of elevation for central Ohio. The bad news: it all comes in one big cliff face. There are 3-4 lines down the wall, with wooden features at the bottom of several and then repeated straight jump lines - kind of looks like it was built for motocross. 0 flow, all rocky gravel (maybe it'll ride in to smoother dirt eventually).

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    • BuckeyeNate
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      The mountain bike trails are pretty awesome! All the trails are primarily downhill trials with various difficulties. If you’re a new rider, definitely be cautious. If you’ve ever been to Horns Hill (Newark, Ohio) - just think of it as a smaller version. Still, really great for Columbus!

      If you are coming from the Roberts road entrance, the mountain bike trail parking lot is the first lot on the left. If you pass the first lot, there are two more parking lots that provide easy access to the trails.

      You will definitely want a true mountain bike for these trials - a grocery store bike may not last long. Expect jumps, berms, narrows, drops, and bigger drops!

      Definitely ride to the top of the hill near the first parking lot and you’ll have access to the routes. Keep an eye on the difficulty signs - everything is marked well. Some of the trails intersect, so watch your six!

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