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Milford Trail

 4.2 (16)

4.4 Miles 7.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

216' 66 m

Ascent

-217' -66 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

961' 293 m

High

902' 275 m

Low

Shared By Randy Kessler

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A local riding gem! A roller coaster beginner trail with 2 or 3 short rock gardens.

Randy Kessler

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

This is a good trail to use during hunting season.

Description

This trail rolls fast and is a lot of fun. It crosses the paved Milford Trail multiple times, which is great for beginners not wanting to commit to an extended ride. The flow is excellent for this short (5.5 miles) Milford area gem.

Due to diligent maintenance, the trail has been rerouted to avoid muddy sections and will dry up quickly after the rain. This trail is part of the annual "Milford Challenge" MCMBA fundraiser that combines with Highland, Island Lake, Hickory Glenn, Kensington, and Proud Lake for a total of 100 miles.

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Jul 14, 2018
Ryan Lane
4.7mi
Jul 7, 2018
Nick Cococcetta
First time 5mi
May 19, 2018
Dustin Moulton
6mi
Sep 20, 2017
Michael Carnaghi
4.4mi
Sep 13, 2017
Michael Carnaghi
4.4mi
Sep 3, 2017
S T U Farley 5
5mi
Sep 2, 2017
Michael Carnaghi
4.4mi
Aug 31, 2017
Michael Carnaghi
4.4mi

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  4.2 from 16 votes

#2087

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  4.2 from 16 votes
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#54

in Michigan

#2,087

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Kevin LaRoe
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Kevin LaRoe   dexter
This trail is one of the first trails rideable after Spring thaw. Dec 21, 2015
Trail is very twisty with lots of turns and quickly changes between uphill and downhill. During the summer it is difficult in some areas to see beyond some turns. A good trail to work on turning skills! Pay attention to the edges of the trail on turns. Some turns have sandy loose outside edges which washout very easily if you take the outside of the turn too close! Jun 24, 2017

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