Monday, April 26, 2010

Krug Loop

We will get a more detailed one up as soon as we have one...

Sunday, August 10, 2008

The GSC (Girl Scout Camp) Trail

This trail was built on land that used to be occupied by an abandoned Girl Scout Camp. It has also been home to transients and squatters, until we started building trails in the area. There are remnants of both pasts that you will see as you move through the trails.

This will be one of the funnest trails you will ride anywhere, I promise. It is safe and predictable for the most part, but your first time through, be careful... There are some off camber decents and turns that will take you by suprise if you are not ready, and they could end in a wreck if you are not paying attention.

The loop is somewhere between 3.5 and 4.5 miles, the actual mileage is under dispute at this time.

This is the first year this trail is in operation (2008) and it has had a good response so far. Please ride, run, and enjoy it - many folks have put in countless hours on this one, and I would say it has had the best community participation of any of the trails that have been built in town so far. It is loved by many - already!

Monday, October 8, 2007

Honey Creek Conservation Area

The "A" Route is in Blue. The "B" route is in Pink.
Both have long rocky climbes and decents, long wooded sections, and open field sections. Climbing is tough and the trail is usually straight. It is a good trail system to really enjoy nature.

Note the rules below. There are a few, and bikes are regulated and restricted during the winter months.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Sunbridge Hills

This area was considered sacred by the Native Americans. Treat it with the utmost respect. Reflective Hiking, Running, and Biking in this Conservation Area is just about guaranteed to be spiritual.

Monday, August 27, 2007

Corby South Trails

Corby South incorporates trails and bridges built during the Great Depression with trails that are just a couple years old. This mildly hilly and sometimes technical set of trails is the perfect weekday evening loop. Because the older main trails cross the loop trails multiple times, the course can be confusing to first timers. The full loop including some of the over-grown grass sections is between 4.5 - 5 miles long. Without the grass sections it is 4 - 4.5 miles and is easily linked with Corby North on the other side of the parkway.

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.

Brownie Scout Trail

The Newer Brownie Map

The Older Brownie Map

This section of trail is just the first part of a much longer loop that is in the works. Look at all that green yet to be explored. The Brownie trail is very technical, off camber, rocky, tight, and fun. Enjoy this one, but don't try it if your nerves or bike handling skills are shaky. The currently complete trail is about 1.5 miles. The trail starts just East on the Parkway across from Krug park.