Chestnut Ridge is a nice intermediate trail with nice climbs and descents.”
— Tim Schacht
This is a single purpose trail designed only for mountain biking.
No night riding unless COMBO has secured a special permit.
No parking at the gate and riding before sunrise or after sunset.
This nine mile trail (five miles easy, with a four-mile loop along the way that is moderately difficult) is one-direction only (clockwise) and walkers, joggers and pets are prohibited.
Family Friendly: Nearby pump-track. Open & smooth trails in the grass field. Shorter & easier routes for all to enjoy.
Dogs: No Dogs
Need to Know
The opening and closing of the trail is determined by the Park Ranger on duty. If these condition are not updated, please feel free to call (614) 837-8760.
The trail was built by COMBO (Central Ohio Mountain Bike Organization). The trail can be accessed from a parking lot located off Mason Road.
Trail starts out as hard pack dirt through rolling woods then turns into sandy-rocky singletrack once you get up onto the ridge. Has a good mix of climbs and descents that sometimes has rocks/sandy patches. There are a few ladder bridge crossings. All are pretty wide and they aren't very long.