More Difficult (Blue) Trail

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5.4 Miles 8.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

324' 99 m

Ascent

-340' -104 m

Descent

1,073' 327 m

High

915' 279 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Unknown

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The intermediate loop at Lebanon Hills park.

John Lundell

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Trail is closed when wet or during thaws. Check MORC Trail Conditions before you ride.
The More Difficult trail circles near the outside of the 350 acres that make up the west section of Lebanon Hills. The bulk of the mountain bike trails is Intermediate, making up appx. 5.67 miles of the overall trail. One of the most important things about the Intermediate loop is that you have to ride part of the beginner trail to get there. (this wasnt the case when the old parking lot still existed)

The Intermediate now starts at #240, where you have the choice to go right and head back to the trailhead on the beginner, or go left and start onto the Intermediate loop. Please make a note of this location before you ride, as we have had many miss this area and end back up at the parking lot.

As you ride the Intermediate loop you'll experience logs, rocks, rock gardens, optional expert lines (that merge back to the main loop), berms, bridges, and even gnomes! You'll do a decent amount of climbing (for Minnesota anyway) and then be rewarded with some great flowing downhills.

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