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Orange Trail

 3.2 (6)

5.2 Miles 8.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

86' 26 m

Ascent

-104' -32 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

4%

Max Grade (3°)

207' 63 m

High

162' 49 m

Low

Shared By John Simon

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All Clear 45 days ago
Some Mud: Its been wet this year so there were some mud puddles but nothing to take away from the day History

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Flat to mildly hilly single and doubletrack that creates a 6 mile loop.

John Simon

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This is mostly a beginner ride, but a good workout. Not technical at all, but there are many roots and a good deal of sand on the north and west parts. It is mostly singletrack mixed with some double wide stuff. The ride is forested for most of the way but it also wanders past some wetlands. Overall, it is very pleasant and fairly fast. There is a Blue Trail nearby, about 4.5 miles long, that is a touch more difficult.

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Sep 3, 2018
Joe Smith
Sep 2, 2018
Jon Howard
All day parking is $3 for MD plates, $5 for out of state. Closes at sunset — 1h 20m
Aug 21, 2018
Gary Ryan
Aug 18, 2018
Joe Smith
Fun
Nov 29, 2017
Craig Etheridge
Nov 12, 2017
Allen W
Nothing exciting, but its exercise. 5.2mi
Nov 24, 2016
John Newton
Looking forward to an early morning ride for Thanksgiving.
Jan 11, 2016
Dr. Spears

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  3.2 from 6 votes

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#216

in Maryland

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Did this run with my kids over the weekend (2 Sep 2018). Perfect for the kids (ages 10 and 11). Not difficult for them and had enough small inclines and declines to keep them interested and I had fun as well. Enough exposed roots that you could focus on your lines or not and just bounce over them. Spent an hour and some change doing this trail and we were all smiles at the end. Only saw a couple other people hiking on the trails so that was nice as well. The park is free but you have to pay to park; $3 for MD plates, $5 for out of state. Worth it. White trail is currently closed to the public until further notice. Doing the blue trail next Sep 4, 2018

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