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Green Trail

 2 votes

1.1 Miles 1.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

59' 18 m

Ascent

-18' -6 m

Descent

196' 60 m

High

153' 47 m

Low

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

Unknown

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Short and easy singletrack through the woods. Great beginner trail.

John Simon

Overview

$3 per car and closes at Dusk.

Description

There is parking right next to the trailhead by the pond and the Brown Trail begins here as well. Green going CCW begins with a small climb on nice singletrack into heavy woods. It's a pretty ride and after leveling off you get some nice swoopy, winding and fun singletrack to pedal through. There are few tiny little climbs and descents, making for a short, fun pedal for a bit before the trail settles into a straight line. Also, there are a couple more roots and rocks around than you'll find on Brown Trail, but all in all, the trail is pretty smooth and fast.

At the end, you'll intersect with Plantation Trail and Brown Trail. Turning onto Plantation Trail will have you off the singletrack and into doubletrack/fire road for a downhill, fast and fun finish. This trail is more fun than Brown Trail as there is a tiny bit of meandering and a few very small climb/descents.

This proves to be a great, easy beginner ride with options to extend due to the proximity to Brown Trail and Blue Trail. An easy workout and a fun one to boot.

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#174

in Maryland

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