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Level: Intermediate
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +236/271 ft
Total: 21 riders
 

Mountain Biking The bluffs

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#68 of 111 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#9053 in the world

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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 
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Q: any way to volunteer to help with trail maintenance... really great place but could use some help with the rain/runoff damage
A: infinitely better now, I ride it several times a week

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  • Lcook
    *****

    Nice track. Well marked trails. Adventurous for me and my 12 yo. Some good hills and down hills. 10' to maybe 20' down and back up. Good workout :)

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  • RLBMTB
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    Second group of reviews on the hiking trails on a mountain bike site...strange. Anyway its 100% changed/new any reviews pre 2017 no longer apply and none of the photos are from the mountain bike trails (I added some new ones) several miles of tight twisty single track constantly going up and down rollers and steep chutes. The trail has several optional log piles and skinnies and new ones pop up after every scheduled work day. I think its only 9-10 miles of trail but feels like much more and you can run loops in either direction then link it together in a figure eight getting 15-17 that feel completely different. Really amazing what they have done with limited space and elevation.

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  • Pitmonk

    All around fun ride. Not too difficult to navigate the different trails. There are a good amount of steep hills, some have steps out of composite wood which makes them very slippery. Throw in some sandy sections for a killer leg workout.

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  • jedifoster
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    Sandy, not well kept and all the fun bits are covered in stairs. Yes you can ride a bike there, should you? No. I probably will ride it again just because of how close I now live, but I'm not happy about it

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  • jedifoster
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    Not bad, sandy and flat. Biggest complaint is that almost all the "hills" have plastic stairs built in, making them more difficult than they need to be since there aren't good ways to go around them.

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  • Bruce L Cooper
    ***

    I did this trail and it was a very rough ride. Not well maintained. Tree limbs are abundant above and below. Very challenging hills and some very steep. It takes a little to get used to but I would ride it again, and again.

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  • wilcom
    ****

    Great course; even though the trails meet for hikers and bikers. Plenty of hill, decent grades, deadman Cliff, couple spots where you can pick up some speed. Overall good course

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