Cannonsburg State Game Area (Egypt Valley)

 14 votes

7.1 Miles 11.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

489' 149 m

Ascent

-489' -149 m

Descent

898' 274 m

High

731' 223 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

All Clear

27 days agoUpdate

A local favorite - A classic wooded cross-country trail.

Marleah Bevelacqua

Overview

The Cannonsburg State Game Area is closed from September 15th - February 1st annually for small game hunting season. Please do not ride the trails during this time.

Description

Parking is located off 4 Mile Road near Dursum Ave. This is a 4-section trail with easily identifiable trail markers where it crosses two lightly travelled dirt roads.

It's a nice flowing trail through the woods. Fast or slow, it's always fun.

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Sep 1, 2017
Bill Westers
Aug 27, 2017
Daniel Scott
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Aug 23, 2017
Ryan Sischo
Aug 13, 2017
cummingscj33
Jun 27, 2017
Chris Breen
7.1mi
Jun 25, 2017
Gianfranco Molina
7.1mi — 0h 46m
Apr 14, 2017
Jack Z
fun trail to ride easy at first then intermediate. sandy in a few places. a must ride. 7.1mi
Nov 5, 2016
Bob Howard
Loved itnhere 10.8mi

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  3.9 from 14 votes

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All Clear 27 days ago
Mostly Dry: Some long sandy patches
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This trail is worth riding if you are already at the ski hill. I liked how it's so spread out and feels like you are really in the woods. There is a lot of potential for more trails, so I hope to come back someday and find more :). Apr 28, 2014


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