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Level: Intermediate
Length: 13 mi (20.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +349/374 ft
Total: 14 riders
 

Mountain Biking Ski Bowl Park Bike Trails

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#111 of 317 mountain bike trails in New York
#1399 in the world

The ski bowl park bike trails offer a variety of singletrack mountain biking trails, from the beginner level entry trail, ski bowl loop which offers fun flowy riding for all skill level riders, to the trail Alternative which features numerous alternate lines on steep, natural rock face drops, stream crossings, and fun downhill sections, to the highly rocky technical trail On The Rocks which will give any experienced rider a run for their money with it's highly challenging rocky riding with multiple line options. Trails made and maintained by Wilderness Property Management Inc.

Trail Names & Difficulty:
Ski Bowl Loop - Beginner
Carol Thomas Trail - Beginner
Alternative - Intermediate
Hoot - Intermediate
Long Trail - Intermediate
Ski Bowl Connector - Intermediate
Heart Brake - Expert
On the Rocks - Expert
Snake's Tongue Terrain Park - Expert
Lower Raymond Brook downhill - Expert

More trails coming 2016

Before you go
  • Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • Restrooms
Getting there
Take exit 23 off highway 87 and head towards Warrensburgh. Drive through Warrensburgh on route 9 and take a left on route 28. Drive for about 30 minutes until you pass a sign for the town of North Creek. The ski bowl will be shortly after on the left, after the turnoff for Gore Mountain Ski Area. If coming from Indian Lake on route 28, ski bowl will be on the right.
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Mountain Bike Trails Near North Creek, New York

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Rider questions

Q: Ski lift?
A: Not here. Next door at Gore has a lift

Q: NO lift service and Gore has not run lifts for bikes in years.

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  • mtbbeta
    ****

    Good fun single track, good amount of climbing. Heart Break is one of the better trails here. Good trail features and optional lines.
    Check out these videos for a sense of the riding.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VA_RerbxaGU
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhbBdad6wok

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  • TitusTiger
    *****

    This is a great trail... Probably just an edge above me.. the black diamond trails definitely are... but even the green trails are work getting up and down...

    We designed trails and most always seem to be dry, so a good set up.

    What is probably the most amazing thing about the trail... go there on a week day and you feel like you own it, no one there. For the most part even a lot of locals don't know about it

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  • dputma01
    *****

    Great trail system that keeps growing. Best for intermediate-expert as there is lots of climbing, some of it steep.

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  • captainjackal
    ***

    Used to group ride here every week when I lived in Chestertown. All the trails in one continuous sequence always took about 1 1/2 hours with a few breaks. Feels like going uphill all the time, but full of features and ever-expanding (up, of course). New XC-ski trail has wiped out some of the super-tech "On The Rocks"

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  • jstack11
    ****

    I loved this trail. Mostly intermediate and above. You can tell it was professionally done. I would of course have more signage, but there are some signs, and there are spots where there is a kiosk showing the whole park, and that is better than 90 percent of trails. Some flow, some real fun tough stuff. I wouldn't call any of the trails truly beginner, although some parts of some trails are beginner

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  • lbtchnlgs
    *****

    Very fun network of single track. Nice climbs, runs that you can open up on, or if you like tight tech riding there are a couple of great trails to do that on as well. Lots of rocks to play on. Views are fantastic and you can bomb down into town for a beer or snack- Well worth the drive!

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