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Level: Beginner
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +43/ -11 ft
Total: 31 riders

Mountain Biking Rock Cory Trail

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#349 of 1,003 mountain bike trails in California
#4,241 in the world

its a median trail. its fun and theres many of different obsticles you can go through. its realy good for practice.

First added by searsandrewj on Oct 18, 2012. Last updated Apr 30, 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
by sun splash off the road bike trail. then there will be a black medal fence with a trail with rocks around it. right after that will be a trail. then the first right there will be a trail and stay on that.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Roseville, California

Intermediate | 0 mi

Rider questions

Q: I am not sure that those directions are helpful for first-time visitors...what is the exit off the freeway? Which side street is the trailhead on?
A: Sorry, just checked and my directions are not correct. REVISION: I-80 to Eureka Road exit. Go East to North Sunrise and turn left, then take first left into UA Olympus Point theater parking lot. Drive west to back of lot . . . .

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  • Vito4Cal

    I don't know the rating system but this path has some very difficult parts for my ability level (I am a nooby). If this is a beginner path, then I have a lot to work on. HA!

    The trail follows the Secret Ravine from Roseville up to Rocklin, and maybe further since I ran out time to ride the whole path. There are some narrow rocky spots and shallow water crossings.

    The other parts I found challenging were the paths (the trail actually branches into multiple paths) that had very loose sandy soil.

    There are several easy sections and some features someone built that are great for practice about 2 miles in from the trailhead.

    Very pretty area, fun and challenging place to ride for me. I looking forward to my next ride there soon.

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  • JRS97

    Got caught in the middle of a downpour. Trail was slick and just no fun. Will give it another shot when the terrain is dry. Has some pretty nice features that are fun. Couple creek crossings and some really cool alternative tracks that have been cut out. Some high berms, and jumps over tree roots.

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  • Joe47

    No. It's not a novice trail. Some easy and some technical. Very fun faster switchback section. Tons of side trails. You can tell HS kids spent a lot of time there.

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  • A1den Taylor

    It is a very nice trail, with some easy obstacles and short climbs. I thourpughly enjoyed this short trail, and I has a nice open area in the middle with some berms and jumps.

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  • Tony Piazza

    There is a trail that leads off the paved trail in Roseville and leads into flate dirt single track all the way to Agular road in Rocklin. You can find the entrance to the dirt section of the trail where the indian grinding stone exhibit is. Follow the dirt path North and you will find yourself in a network of trails that takes you into Rocklin and follow the side of How 80.

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  • cgreen5150

    Very mellow trail. Not really a "mountain" bike trail as there aren't any mountains just a few small hills. Good to get some cardio training in.

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