“Alternately smooth to rocky as it winds through laurel.”
— LHORBA MTB
Due to the nature of the soil and the ridge top location these trails should be avoided after it has recently rained. This a also a great place to cross country ski in the winter since the Laurel Ridge gets more snow than anywhere else Trails are closed to biking during snow cover. See paccsa.org/lmwebcam
Shares a stream crossing with the yellow blazed Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail (LHHT). No bikes permitted on LHHT where it branches off.
Connects from the rear of the warming hut, crosses Spruce Run
Trail and ends at the southern leg of Spruce Run
Trail near the Burma parking.
The north end starts as bouldery descending to the Spruce Run
stream crossing. Flowy to its crossing of Spruce Run
Trail. Short dogleg on Spruce and turn left into the driveway to a cottage and veer right to begin a rocky gradual climb before leveling off.
The south segment between the Spruce intersections is best ridden northbound.