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Great Scott

 6 votes

6.5 Miles 10.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

199' 61 m

Ascent

-220' -67 m

Descent

1,047' 319 m

High

1,006' 307 m

Low

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

Minor Issues

39 days agoUpdate

The longest loop at John Bryan State Park.

Nate Hawkins

Overview

Dogs should be kept on a leash. Bikes should yield to other trail users.

Please stay off the trails when they are muddy. Call (937)203-8101 to be sure the trail is open before you head out.

Description

Great Scott is the longest trail at a little over 7 miles and has some small climbs, creek crossings, several boardwalks & the biggest ramp (with a bypass).

The early part of Great Scott passes behind the Miami Valley Astronomical Society observatory.

The Frankenlight Loop is the farthest section of Great Scott and has open flowing trail among some beautiful hardwood trees as well as some nice rocky creek crossings. Great Scott is the third left off of Arboretum Loop. Great Scott starts directly across from Abracadabra and finishes behind the big gravel parking lot near the kiosk.

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Minor Issues 39 days ago
Mostly Dry - Fallen walnuts on trail creating some hazards
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