Rum Village Pathway Mountain Biking Trail

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.22 out of 5
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Intermediate
6.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 900 ft
↓ 1,900 ft
725
elevation (ft)

Loop
Trail Description
About this trail
Beginner to Advanced. Starts on easy then toward the end of the easy trail there is a turn off to continue onto the hard trail together they are about 6 Miles long. This loop trail contains some quick ups and downs, steep (short) climbs and tight turns, with a big jump at the end. The first portion of the trail is mostly intermediate through fast, rolling terrain, while the latter portion has more climbs and is more technical.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (23)
 

Bunny Hop

July 17, 2018
jacobie Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Recently rode this trail and couldn't be more disappointed. With the utmost respect to those who've maintained the trail over the years, it has gone downhill fast. No pun intended. I can deal with rocks, limbs, trees, face-wackers, and overgrowth on the trail. But the lack of directional signage in several areas is absurd.




Bunny Hop

January 12, 2018
Cassidy Bunny Hop  
 
Review: This is what I would call my "home trail" so I am going to be biased. This was the first trail I rode with my older brother back in the day and it's still my go-to now. It's nothing fantastic, but it has some fast sections, it's well-maintained, and it's easily accessible. I often ride the intermediate trail as a warm-up then chill out and grab a drink at the trail head before moving onto the advanced section (both about 3 miles long). As this trail is also open to hikers (in the opposite direction if everyone is following the signage), I often run here too, it's a great place for that.

Similar Trail: Bendix Woods




Gramcounter

July 19, 2017
 
Review: Not a whole lot of distinguishing features. This Trail is woven onto a postage stamp and it does feel like you're going back and forth quite a bit. That all said it's well-maintained and very clean. You quickly forget how close you are to the road and that you are basically still in the city. A great option to have when you're in town but not something I would seek out




Bunny Hop

June 12, 2017
 
Review: After a 2 year break I got to ride this trail again. I was a little disappointed. This trail used to be technical but not so much anymore. If anything was technical still it had a by-pass which very few seem to ride. There was only a couple logs to ride over that are left. The trail is still well maintained but I miss the technical part that it used to be.

Similar Trail: Morches Park




Doubletrack


November 3, 2016
 
Review: Holy bug cloud batman! I rode this on a warm fall day and there were all these clouds of bugs, which don't taste good. Ride with glasses, but definitely ride it. It is a fun trail with some roots and some flow. The high bank turn is a very cool feature. The route is well signed. The deer were not terrified of my presence and they watched me go by without really getting spooked. Nice day in the woods. Thank you NIMBA for giving this traveler a fun work out. This beats the crap out of a hotel treadmill.




Granny Gear

October 20, 2016
 
Review: This trail is very fun, with 3 different difficulty levels. At times it may get a little confusing with the trails riding close together, but be sure just to stick on the rail and not veer off. There are a few trees and sticks taht need to be cleared, and the road was closed when I rodew here, so I had to park at the Rum Village Park and ride down the road as they are repaving it. To warm up before riding the trails, there is a picnic table, logs, a teeter totter, and a drop to warm up on. This trail is great by itself, but just needs a little cleaned up so it will ride better, since the trail is leaf covered, some roots are not seen.




Gramcounter

July 5, 2016
 
Review: This is a great set of trails as there are three sections beginner,intermediate,and expert. The great thing about these trails is that there is turn offs when you finish a section that allow you to go back to the trail head if you dont want to or dont feel comfortable doing the next section. The expert section has some really technical sections as well as some killer root garden hills. Lately there has been a lot of erosion and they have put a lot of sand out on this trail so be aware of that.




Granny Gear

June 1, 2016
GerardoG Granny Gear  
 
Review: Super nice trail....
I brought my wife and daughter, who are beginners, and they enjoyed it very much. So much that I am starting to think that at least my wife is bordering being an intermediate rider. After we rode it together I went for a spin by myself and was able to ride it a bit faster, boy it was fun.




Gnarly


May 20, 2016
bboehman Gnarly  
 
Review: Very fun trail. Enjoyed it a lot and it was worth the trip. I would recommend it to anyone.

Similar Trail: Potato Creek SP




Granny Gear

September 7, 2015
RaceCar627 Granny Gear  
 
Review: The trail starts off with a 1 mile beginner loop/ warm up loop which features not much but a few short drops and a big berm. Then next is the 2 mile intermediate section which features some difficult climbs small drop offs and a few steep drops, ending with a epic table top. Lastly a 3 mile advance loop. Lots of climbs steep drops, multiple drop offs, "black diamond" sections, a huge berm, and a few small jumps. I found this trail to challenging and a ton of fun with surprises around every corner!



Rum Village Pathway Mountain Biking Trail MTB Trail 4.22 out of 5 based on 23 ratings. 23 user reviews.
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