Salisbury City Park North Trail

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0.9 Miles 1.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

30' 9 m

Ascent

-27' -8 m

Descent

35' 11 m

High

8' 3 m

Low

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

11%

Max Grade (7°)

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Singletrack on the North side of Salisbury City Park.

Neil Winn

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Thanks to the valiant efforts of several ESIMBA members, the trails in Salisbury City Park are legal as of 2013. The North trail runs the North side of the stream and provides a good bit of fun. The trail is easily accessible from roads all around the park.

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Eastern Shore International Mountain Bike Association Salisbury City Park Trails. These are new trails thanks to the hard work of ESIMBA members. They are a lot of fun to ride. There are two sections (for now) one either section of the spillway. The southern trail is accessed behind the ball park and the northern section can be accessed behind the civic center. All of them are east of the city park zoo. youtube.com/watch?v=-wCd3Zo... Mar 27, 2014


Eastern Shore International Mountain Bike Association Salisbury City Park Trails. These are new trails thanks to the hard work of ESIMBA members. They are a lot of fun to ride. There are two sections (for now) one either section of the spillway. The southern trail is accessed behind the ball park and the northern section can be accessed behind the civic center. All of them are east of the city park zoo. Mar 27, 2014


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