Level: Advanced
Length: 14 mi (22.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +122/ -122 ft
Total: 6 riders

Mountain Biking Saint Peters Trail System

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#126 of 294 mountain bike trails in Pennsylvania
#5,036 in the world

Saint Pete's is a hidden gem to most people. travel down the horseshoe trail towards st.petes, there are networks of trails to the left and right. most of the good single track is to the right. the network of trails are very technical and fun, not necessarily a fast trail, some good climbs as well.

First added by Lenny R on Apr 8, 2017. Last updated May 2, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Coming from Pottstown, travel 100 south to 23 west, go about 5 miles and turn right on trythall road, parking about mile down the road on right next to marker for horseshoe trail.
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  • Lee Forrest

    This series of trails is actively upkept by the OJR Mountain bike team (http://www.ojrmtb.com/) while fairly short compared to other riding areas, it has technical areas throughout, both ascending and descending and some singletrack. Adding the loop around the open field in the middle of the trail system (Meadow Trail) gives even more of an endurance working out. From the late summer through the Fall you can find the OJR MTB team practicing there, and trail work being done year round.

    The lower Love Loop is just fine for beginners, though some will bore quickly if that is the only trail they stay on. As beginner skills progress riding from the lower Love to the upper trail will give a steep climb, and some technical descending through a rock garden (fairly tame for an experienced rider) which will meet back up to the Upper Love trail climb. This section can easily be accessed via the Fernbrook Access & Parking area.

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  • Goforbroke

    This was an interesting trail to ride. Somebody has definitely been putting in a lot of work, especially in the back half of the trail system.
    I would more consider this an intermediate trail, but some spots of the trail are advanced.
    I really enjoyed the back half of the trail with the short bridge rides and climbing up the big boulders.
    It's pretty well marked as well. I entered the trail on Trythall road and parked next to the marker for Horseshoe trail.
    You can also enter the trail on Ridge Rd (23) and Hill Rd. There is trail marker for Horseshoe trail there.
    I only got in 11 miles, but you could definitely get in the 14 miles thats suggested.

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  • Lenny R

    Great fun techy trails, don't expect a lot of miles, alot of twist and turns, log riding and technical rock passages, all in all u can expect about 14 miles, all loops lead back to the original trail, have fun and explore!

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