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Powerline

 3.7 (7)

1.9 Miles 3.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

71' 22 m

Ascent

-57' -18 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (3°)

1,046' 319 m

High

1,003' 306 m

Low

Shared By Nate Hawkins

Conditions


All Clear 60 days ago
Dry - Dry and clear of any debris. Beautiful day. History

Getting forecast...

Twisty singletrack in the Ohio woods.

Nate Hawkins

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Bikes yield to hikers. Dogs should be leashed and under control.

Before heading out, call (937)203-8101 to make sure the trails are ready to ride.

Description

Starting on Arboretum Loop clockwise, Powerline is the first left turn.

This section of singletrack has a little elevation change, beginning with a generally downhill slope, fairly flat in the middle, and climbing at the end. Watch your handlebars between the trees.

This trail has a lot of twists and turns to pack distance into this land. Some folks liken it to riding a hamster wheel. I try to avoid thinking about how close I am to the trail next to me. In summer, that's not too difficult. The forest is quite thick in places.

Log piles are a common technical feature.

A number of races are held here. There are mtb races, CX races held nearby (occupying the same parking), and cross country running races.

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Check-Ins

Oct 19, 2018
Sandy Staats
Dry and clear and lots of wildlife.
Aug 4, 2018
Sandy Staats
Nice and dry, a little loose. Great first time ride here!
May 6, 2018
Brian Furderer
Aug 15, 2017
Raúl Gross
Sep 13, 2015
Brian Pugh
Sep 7, 2015
Brian Pugh

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  3.7 from 7 votes

#8549

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  3.7 from 7 votes
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#129

in Ohio

#8,549

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