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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,406/1 ft
Total: 101 riders

Mountain Biking Tourne Park

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#31 of 111 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#3,126 in the world

This route started by riding from Denville on the paved bike path on Blvd.
The GPS data here covers pretty much all the good singletrack in the park.

First added by thedoner on Apr 20, 2010. 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 I80, take Denville exit to Rt 46e. Go 1 mile and make a left on Boulevard. Go about 2 miles to Boonton and bear left on County Rd 618. Make a quick left on McCaffrey La. Park in Dirt lot on right.
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  • Will Donaway

    Did the red loop and explored some other areas as well. The red loop is very rocky especially in some of the climbing sections. Some good downhill spots made up for it. Have been going here since a kid but never biked it. Well maintained and heavily ridden from what I could see.

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  • Jeffrey Velez

    Great park, has a lot trails to cover. some features for different kind of skills. Park is intermediate for sure. Some area can be for advanced but mostly are intermediate. The park is well maintenance as per what I saw in my first ride. After all is a great park which I'm looking forward to navigate more and learn all the trajectory of the trails.

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  • Guillermo Fuentes

    The place itself is a small, intermediate 5 star park, the only reason i'm giving it a 4 is because the place is popular with hikers. I'm not complaining, it's okay to share, but i constantly have to lose lots of speed or stop all together to let a group pass.

    Trail marking is excellent and once you go thru it a few times and memorize the sharp turns and big rocks, you get rewarded with some tasty flow.

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  • Jason Dubuc

    Small but fun with fast ridding trails. Great if you don't mind doing laps. Most trails are not hugely technical but do have a good flow to them. Just watch out for hikers!

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  • Dave Oettinger

    Very fun place to ride. I took my 11-year old son on the red trail (pretty nicely groomed for NJ). We started from the eastern most part of the park near the first parking lot. Red starts off into a nice climb from that end (which he found challenging). It levels off at the top. Nice fun drop down after that. Very rocky in spots and not like fun, rock garden Moab rocks. Big ass rocks in the trail. Anyway, nice flow overall. Impossible to get lost on any of the trails. Well marked and the park is small . We came across a number of runners/walkers but we gave them the right-of-way, said hi and they were all very friendly. Looking forward to exploring the rest of the trails. P.S. There is a public beach open at the lake at the far western edge of the park in summer. Pay a few bucks and go for a swim after a nice ride.

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  • trailwerks

    This trail is very fun. It's mostly a hiking trail but with respect and courtesy everyone is happy. Some high speed descents that are twisty and fun. The red climb from the pool is a good quick cardio chanllange. Lots of rocks and fun obstacles.

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  • 12hilltop

    Found more good terrain. Blue is now a great little full body work out if you can find it. The more I ride different parks the better this terrain gets. The only downside is too many walkers.

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  • TMBridge

    Went out to the tourney on April 11th, 2015.
    Trail was dry. It was our second time out with the bikes so we took it slow. IIRC, we did blue to red the doubled back after about .75 miles. Took us, as newbies, about 45 min - 60 min.

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  • 12hilltop

    1st day in 4 months. Was great to get out. You can find patches of difficult terrain here. Good for 90 min if you don't mind exploring and doing some backtrackn.

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  • 12hilltop

    Under rated. A little short but if you know your way afound there is a lot good terrain. Red to purple or blue and back again will Take 90 min. If you take the gravel go the top of the tourne You can add 25 min an a good climb.

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  • ***

    Gravel paths will take you to harder single track. Good for an hour ride!

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  • Sickboy82

    There are very technical trails hidden in the tourne if u see anyone there on bikes ask and u might be shown

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