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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +31/26 ft
Total: 15 riders

Mountain Biking White Trail / Pakim Pond

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#92 of 111 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#11,269 in the world

This trail is a non-technical ride, and it's mostly flat. So it's not worth riding in daylight unless you're looking for something easy. But for a night ride, the White Trail is fun. Just follow the white markings, and you'll be okay. Oh, and there are a couple of sandy parts, so be ready for that.

First added by Vince V. on Jan 25, 2009. Last updated May 4, 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 the circle at the intersection of Rts 70 and 72, take Rt 72 South about 3 miles. Turn left at Buzzard Hill Road and then left into the parking lot about a mile down.
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  • Chase Ballard

    Wow this is a beautiful park. Hard to find your way though since theres no detailed maps. I was riding on double tracks for about an hour before I found the single tracks which were pretty much were I started out. There's a short one behind the picnic tables to the left of the pond which was really scenic maby 2 feet wide. There's also one strait across from the entrance of the parking lot. That one is any where from 1 foot wide to 6 inches. I'm not sure the length of that one, I rode out ten min and had to turn around cause it was getting to dark to see. It was actually pretty cool.I marked it down because its really flat and there's not many rocks, logs, or roots. Its cool how narrow it gets and how much dodging and weaving you do through the trees. It's fun to stay at a good speed and practice your turns zigging and zagging on such a thin path(6 inches to a foot) through all the close trees(some points no wider than your handle bars) every now and then ducking branches. Had a good time and would recommend going if your in the area. I wouldn't drive no more than an hour to check it out though

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  • mschrenk

    The WHITE trail (aka - Mount Misery trail) is easy from a mountain biking perspective. I use it as a cardio workout and try to keep a 10MPH+ pace. It is fairly flat, some of the single track portions are very tight and twisting and two sections are that wonderful sugar sand (about a 1/4 mile of killer leg/lung workout) I go her quite often since it's close.

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