Saturday, June 30, 2007

Corby North Loop

Corby North must be the favorite trail of most STJ Mountain Bikers. It was built during the winter of 2006/2007 and has quickly developed into a fast and fun course. It is approximately 3.5 miles and is easily linked with the Corby South trails on the otherside of the parkway.

1 comment:

lansenm said...

From the Corby Stretching station, head North across the parkway onto the walking path. Follow the walking path north, then east up the hill. About 200 yards after the top of the hill there is a park bench on the left (north) side of the trail. The trail head starts behind it.

This trail is relatively smooth, fast and safe. Just watch for the deer - there is one that will stalk you through the trails.

When you get to the bottom of the course, climb the short hill to the walking path bridge, cross it, and finish off the loop on a rough trail along the edge of the parkway. You will finish right across the street from the Corby South "finish" trail head right by the pond.

Have fun, this is a well designed and built course.