Broken Arrow

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1.3 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


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Ascent

-267' -81 m

Descent

722' 220 m

High

455' 139 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

16%

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A fun and fast downhill section with plenty of rollers and wooden features.

Stephen Nerney

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Area drains very well, good for rides after a rainfall. The trail goes in both directions but can be much more enjoyable going downhill.
Broken Arrow trail is full of long straight downhill singletrack sections, switchbacking only four times at the end of each long straight to get you to the bottom of the hill. The trail starts at a scenic section at the top of the hill where it branches off from The Half Pipe. A mainly flat section takes you through a field and across a doubeltrack road where the trail enters the wooded area. Here it turns and starts a long straight descent. Two wooden features come up fast on the right of the trail which are optional.

From there the trail turns 180 (with two turn options) to another straight and downhill section. Rollers line the trail giving it endless flow. Try to stay away from the downhill side of the trail to avoid degrading the trail. Another 180 (with two turn options) goes into another downhill section, where it 180's again and levels out to meet with Fireman's Trail.

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Local Club: Valley Mountain Bikers

Land Manager: Lehigh County

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