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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 18 riders
 

Mountain Biking Salmon Falls

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#26 of 92 mountain bike trails in Maine
#3013 in the world

the trails is alot of fun, some big hills challenging to ride up yet fun to ride down.
the trails loop and connect to each other. there are some tech spots, some picnic
table and nice scenery. there are a few swampy sections on the way out with
bridges over them fun trails not many people know about but they are state
owned and legal for bikes.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
the trail starts from the parking lot at salmon falls next to the river, there is a
small paved spot to park and you ride from there. the trail is on rt. 202 in buxton
right across the bridge
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  • dirk326
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    Great place to take the kids and teach them to ride. Lots of roots and rocks and small obstacles. We did the entire loop twice in three hours. Great views, decent marked trail. A few less traveled trails had large trees across them. Anxious to go back by myself and ride it fast. A few water holes with good bridges across them. Caution: thick layer of leaves on trails hide roots, rocks and sticks. Had a few wipeouts in the group.

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  • Team Scrapple
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    I agree with other reviews. We'll marked network. Keyosk just down from parking area has a map. Rocky and rooted start turns into good riding in a few hundred yards. A little sloppy in few areas, plank bridges over worst spots make things fun, mostly Hemlock needle covered trails.

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  • irishdmax

    just wondering where the trail starts from the road didn't see it today when I drove up there

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  • Bonecrackor
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    Great little gem!! Nothing super technical or fast. Good riding and little if any traffic. A few bridges and tricky rock sections. If you take every trail you will be busy for about two hours.Great views along the river. Bring your trunks and jump off the old bridge footing across the river.

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    • irishdmax

      just wondering where the trail starts from the road didn't see it today when I drove up there

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  • *****

    A great place to ride!
    Many trails are overgrown but you can still ride them. Will be going back again soon.

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  • Berd
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    Well kept trails- some nice flowy single track and enough technical stuff to keep it interesting.

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