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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +544/ -774 ft
Total: 147 riders

Mountain Biking The Trails At Memorial Park

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The trail has minor ups and downs, anthills, a few small ramps to jump a lot of fast paced winding trails. Overall a fast paced trail. Recommended route orange or green trail. I'm not sure on the distance of each trail.

First added by zoedorell on Apr 27, 2005. Last updated May 1, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From 610 West Loop exit Memorial or Woodway towards downtown (East.) Both roads become the same road. Exit North Picnic Lane the Park is on the right. Park anywhere. Go riding. On either side of the sports feilds there are trails. You have 4 or 5 trails to chose from.
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  • zctn

    It's in the city so I don't have many complaints. Some spots with crazy tree roots are difficult to ride over. Markings are clear in green, yellow, red, orange, blue and purple. Green offers one way 2.2 miles is on one side and the rest stays together on the other side as loop trails. Every time, I can easily log 8-10 miles there.

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  • carolinaelite12

    There are some wet spots and puddles along the trail but nothing you can't ride around.

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  • LucasPants

    Haven't rode these trails in about 10 years. Sure did miss them. Lots of fun. Trails were in good shape thanks to the GHORBA volunteers.

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  • MG007

    The trail system in Memorial Park is amazing when you consider that the park is within the inner loop of Houston. The features are challenging and can give you a really run for your money. You can link several trails together and get a ride in. Be prepared to ride roots and sandy tracks. The roots are smooth which makes riding them a challenge. Some of my favorites trails are Green, Orange and he Tri-angle. Note that trails are shared with runners and walkers but that should not stop you from enjoying these great inner city trails!!

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  • Nefarious Eduardo

    About as good as you can get for an urban trail. Closed frequently due to weather, but these trails are frustrating when wet. Green trail is my favorite. Combine this with the paved Buffalo Bayou loop for a good 20 mile ride with as much elevation change as you can get in the swamp.

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  • gedminkj

    Nice to have some trails in Houston and well kept in most places. But trails are very crowded and maps are long gone at intersections. I'd suggest Anthills and these if you need some variety.

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  • [email protected]

    Trail is often busy, but the quality of the trails is good. For the most challenging ride, go to the trail called the 'triangle.'

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  • dpking

    Was there today and trail was closed to public. Was left to ride paved trails, which were ok, and buffalo bayou!

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  • erikolson

    Great trails in the center of Houston. I will always ride them when in the area. Good flow on the network and easy access from major roads.

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  • kippcarlisle

    Nice trail network of flowy, fast, and generally non-technical trails. Especially nice given the location. Be sure to check out the "triangle" trails between Woodway, Memorial, and I-610. They're the most technical trails of those open to bikes, and have a few actual (very short) climbs. These trails are often very crowded -- think about a night ride if you want extra challenge and no crowds.

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  • grant327

    Great ride for being in Houston, the trails have a wide range in the difficulty. Great place to ride, i will go back for sure.

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  • clint08911

    This is really great trail for what it is, being in the center of houston. GHORBA does a really good job with the up keep on this trail. The trail is divided into sections for easy, intermediate, and advanced. It is a great place to practice technical skills, just wish it were longer.

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  • tumbleweed14

    Decent trail for the area. lots of closures when I was there. Proximity is key here.

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  • TVick

    Memorial Park (aka Ho Chi Minh) is nice, and close to Houstonians. The Park is pretty flat, but fast. The triangle trail (aka Infantry Woods) is reopened. Triangle is more difficult than the rest of the opened trails. The trail mouth is kind of hidden though. Off to the right of the entrance to the Arboretum. To get to it, drop-in off the sidewalk near the Arboretum entrance, then go through the tunnel under Woodway. Wind your way east and after 2 more tunnels, exit at the train tracks. Turn around, ride in reverse.

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  • sigtxmtnbk

    Memorial has a trail for everyone from beginners and up. Many of the difficult trails are closed.... The best feature about these trails is the ease to transition to other trails. Hint: there are more trails than the park map leads on.

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